Cops (TV series)

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Cops
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Creautit bi John Langley
Malcolm Barbour
Narratit bi Harry Newman
Appenin theme "Bad Boys" bi Inner Circle
Componer(s) Michael Lewis (pilot)
Nathan Wang (season ane)
Kintra o oreegin Unitit States
Oreeginal leid(s) Inglis
No. o series 28
No. o episodes 969[1] (leet o episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) John Langley
Malcolm Barbour (1989–1994)
Producer(s) Andy Thomas (1989)
Paul Stojanovich (1989–1990)
Bertram van Munster
(1990–1997)
Murray Jordan
(1997–2001)
Jimmy Langley
(2001–present)
Morgan Langley
(2007–present)
Lenth 22-30 minutes
Production company(s) Barbour/Langley Productions (1989–2002)
Fox Television Stations (1989–2013)
20th Century Fox Television (1989–2013)
Langley Productions (2002–present)
Spike Original Productions (2013–present)
Distributor 20th Television
Release
Oreeginal network Fox (1989–2013)
Spike (2013–present)[2]
Pictur format 480i (SDTV) (1989–2007),
720p (HDTV) (2007–2013),
1080i (HDTV) (2013–present)
Audio format Mono (1989–1990)
Stereo (1990–present)
Oreeginal release 11 Mairch 1989 – present
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Cops (stylisit as COPS) is an American documentar/reality legal series that follaes polis officers, constables, sheriff's deputies, federal agents an state troopers durin patrols an ither polis activities includin vice an narcotics stings. It is ane o the langest-running television programs in the United States an in May 2011 became the langest-runnin show on Fox wi the annooncement that America's Most Wanted wis bein canceled efter 23 years.[3][4] It follaes the activities o polis officers bi assignin televeesion camera crews tae accompany thaim as thay perform thair duties. The show's formula follaes the cinéma vérité convention, wi nae narration or scriptit dialog, dependin entirely on the commentar o the officers an on the actions o the fowk wi whom thay come intae contact.

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  1. "Episodes: Cops". TV Guide. Retrieved March 8, 2014. 
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  3. Deci, Ben (May 17, 2011). "Fox Cancels America's Most Wanted". KTXL. Retrieved June 15, 2011. 
  4. Our Foreign Staff (May 17, 2011). "America's Most Wanted is cancelled". The Daily Telegraph. London. Retrieved June 15, 2011. 

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