‘Live PD,’ ‘Cops’ Pulled From Television in the Wake of Police Brutality Protests

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A&E will not air new episodes of 'Live PD', Season 33 premiere of 'Cops' Postponed

Two television shows following the careers of police officers have been pulled from their respective networks amid protests following George Floyd’s death. (Live PD image)

(FOX NEWS) – Two television shows following the careers of police officers have been pulled from their respective networks amid protests following George Floyd’s death.

A&E made the decision not to air new episodes of “Live PD” this Friday and Saturday, according to Variety.

The outlet also reported that the Paramount Network postponed the Season 33 premiere of “Cops,” which was initially scheduled for Monday.

The decisions were made in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, a 46-year-old black man who died last week after a white Minneapolis officer knelt on his neck.

Floyd’s death has led to a sustained protest movement across the country.

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