“Cops” Revival Coming to Fox Nation

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Cops will be coming back for a 33rd season.

The show which features various U.S. police officers on duty around the nation has gotten a revival with Fox Nation, the streaming-video service backed by Fox News Media.

The outlet plans on launching the 33rd season on October 1 with four new episodes with a new episode dropped weekly. They will also air 15 episodes from Season 32.

Police, firefighters, and emergency responders will be given a free one-year subscription as part of the launch.

Cops first aired in 1989 and it became one of the country’s most iconic shows. But recently, the format has come under scrutiny as the country has been dealing with the issue of police brutality.

ViacomCBS’ Paramount Network canceled Cops and A+E canceled Live P.D. as a result.

Fox Nation intends to launch new series about first responders as well as reviving Cops. The new series include 911: On Scene, which will follow firefighters and paramedics, When Seconds Count, which will show footage of rescues, Protect and Serve, which will show good deeds done by police officers, and Answer the Call, which will tell stories about fallen first responders’ children.