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World’s Wildest Police Videos And Undercover Stings Come To SPIKE!

by dsussman   April 11, 2012 at 11:00AM  |  Views: 23,076
World’s Wildest Police Videos And Undercover Stings Come To SPIKE


Coming in May during primetime, SPIKE will premiere all-new episodes of World Wildest Police Videos as well as the original series Undercover Stings. Boo-yah.

Premiering Monday, May 7 at 8:00pm ET/PT, World's Wildest Police Videos is back, with new episodes that gives access to some of the most shocking and outrageous police footage never before seen on television. From high-speed car chases that turn deadly to bank robberies gone wrong to international hostage holdups, the wildest police videos from around the world will be on display only on SPIKE. Retired Sheriff John Bunnell will once again use his epic vocals to host the series.

From the producers of Cops, one of the landmark programs in television history, comes the new original series Undercover Stings, debuting Monday, May 7 at 9:00pm ET/PT. Filmed on location in cities such as Kansas City, Missouri, Palm Beach, Florida, New Orleans, Louisiana, Savannah, Georgia and Las Vegas, Nevada, this new, original, half hour series gives viewers unprecedented access to the highly dangerous world of undercover police work - from the initial planning and set-up, to the dramatic tactical process and the final execution of the takedown. Whether it's undercover female officers faking a bachelorette party to sting drug dealers, or cops going undercover to bust prostitutes or big-time criminals – ride along with several of the top police units in America as they ply their trade and bust the crooks in the first series dedicated entirely to revealing the seldom seen world of undercover police.

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