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FOX Dispatches COPS to SpikeTV

Discussion in 'TV Show Talk' started by SayWhat?, May 6, 2013.

  1. SayWhat?

    SayWhat? Know Nothing

    Jun 6, 2009

    Opening salvo in taking FOX off OTA?
  2. SayWhat?

    SayWhat? Know Nothing

    Jun 6, 2009
    This article is very slanted and biased, but I can't disagree with this:


    I've seen a lot of examples of things that officers should be fired for, if not arrested and charged.
  3. Mark Holtz

    Mark Holtz Day Sleeper DBSTalk Club

    Mar 23, 2002
    Sacramento, CA
    900/48=18 and 3/4 days of continuous cops without a repeat episode.

    Perhaps they ought to create a continuous COPS channels and license it for continuous viewing in the correctional institutions.

    Correction: According to http://epguides.com/Cops/, there are 884 episodes of COPS. Thats still 18.41 days of continuous COPS.
  4. Galaxie6411

    Galaxie6411 Icon

    Aug 26, 2007
    Thought they already had a Cops channel, called G4.

    Wonder if we can blame Cops for starting this whole cheap to produce reality TV crap, never realized it started in '89. I can't really think of anything earlier but then again I was 8 when it started and didn't even get all of the now big 4, let alone cable.
  5. gov

    gov Legend

    Jan 11, 2013
    Primetime show for Fox, and probably some of the lowest production costs of any show on a major network. Staggering how much money they made off that, ad rates are based on viewership, not production costs, afterall.
  6. sigma1914

    sigma1914 DIRECTV A-Team DBSTalk Club

    Sep 5, 2006
    Allen, TX
    An American Family, from 1973, was really the first reality show in the sense we know it today.
  7. Paul Secic

    Paul Secic Hall Of Fame

    Dec 16, 2003
  8. Paul Secic

    Paul Secic Hall Of Fame

    Dec 16, 2003
    I agree.

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