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‘On Patrol: Live’ November 4-5: How to watch Reelz online without cable

“On Patrol: Live” continues on Reelz on Friday, November 4 and Saturday, November 5 at 9 p.m. The series airs live every three hours on Fridays and Saturdays.

For “On Patrol: Live” fans who have cut the traditional cable cords and opted for the streaming service, you can stream the reality show live on Philo (free trial) and DirecTV Stream, also with a trial. free.

Hosted by Abrams, former ‘Live PD’ co-host Sean ‘Sticks’ Larkin and Richland County Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson, ‘On Patrol: Live’ documents for viewers in real time the daily work of police officers on patrol from various departments across America,” Reelz said in a statement.

The new series also includes what the producers call “citizen rides,” in which local residents of the communities featured in the show will ride with officers and the “On Patrol: Live” cameras.

Where to find Reelz

You can use the channel finder on your provider’s website to locate it: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish.

For Those Without Cable, Watch With These Streaming Services

You can watch it on Philo, an entertainment streaming service that offers over 60 channels and a free trial. You can also stream the Hallmark Channel on DirectTV Stream.

About the show

According to Reelz’s official synopsis, “On Patrol: Live” follows the same format as “LIVE PD,” followed by police officers and sheriff’s deputies from various agencies in different cities across the country for three hours. The program is home to former Tulsa Police Department sergeant Dan Abrams. Sean “Sticks” Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson provide minute-by-minute perspective and analysis from a central studio location during footage. Local residents of communities in featured departments have the opportunity to experience first-hand rides with officers at live parties.

About Philo

Philo’s live TV subscription costs $25 per month and includes MTV and over 50 other classic, lifestyle and news TV channels. Subscribers can stream up to three devices simultaneously, create up to 10 profiles, and record an unlimited number of live or upcoming shows for up to one year.