The On Patrol: Live broadcast on Friday had a static screen come up every 10 minutes and no commercials were played, several social media users noted.

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“Hey #oplive what’s going on with no commercials tonite? Are there technical problems? This screen comes on every 10 minutes or so…” a Twitter user said.

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“So what’s the point of going on break when there is no break?!?! Just stay on #OPLive,” another one added.

“I am 10000% cool with this silence instead of hearing Kim Kardashian and the Flex Tape dude 😂🤣 #OPLive #OPNation #OnPatrolLive @ReelzChannel @OfficialOPLive,” a third one said on social media.

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‘On Patrol: Live’, first dropped in July, 2022, is a show where police officers and sheriff’s deputies are followed live in different cities across the United States for three hours. Dan Abrams, retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson host the show and provide minute-by-minute analysis from a studio. Local residents are given the opportunity to have a firsthand experience.

OP Live is a revival of ‘Live PD’, which was cancelled by A&E in 2020 during protests against police brutality after the killing of George Floyd. Big Fish Entertainment, the producers, reworked the series. Earlier this month, Reelz ordered 90 new episodes of “On Patrol: Live”. The series will last at least till January 2024.

Reelz has a distribution on Peacock. Their feed is available to Peacock Premium and Peacock Premium Plus subscribers starting March 1.

Reelz programming also includes shows like “On Patrol: First Shift,” “Jail,” “Cops,” “Autopsy: The Last Hours of..”.