COPS have a Starscore of 266,432 and are No.16746 today on the Global social media chart
With a total of 14,131 Twitter followers, 1,214,447 Facebook fans and 6,948,648 YouTube views. Today COPS did not gain any YouTube views, gained 19 Twitter followers and gained 633 Facebook fans. Their social media ranking has moved up 2 places in the daily Documentary Chart to no.39 and remains at no.17 in the all time Documentary Chart.
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Cops (stylized as COPS) is an American documentary/reality legal series that follows police officers, constables, and sheriff's deputies during patrols and other police activities. It is one of the longest-running television programs in the United States and in May 2011 became the longest-running show on Fox with the announcement that America's Most Wanted was being canceled after 23 years. The first episode had been broadcast in 1989. Created by John Langley and Malcolm Barbour, it premiered on March 11, 1989, and is scheduled to air its 850th episode during the 2012-2013 season. It won the American Television Award in 1993 and has earned four Emmy nominations. COPS' 25th season began on December 15, 2012. The series is currently one of only two remaining first-run prime-time programs airing on Saturday nights on the four major U.S. broadcast television networks along with CBS's 48 Hours Mystery. When it expanded to show two episodes in the 8PM hour, it was called Primetime Cops in promos for several years. Cops is broadcast by Fox (with repeats from earlier seasons syndicated to local television stations and other cable networks, including truTV and G4), and follows the activities of police officers by embedding camera crews with police units. The show's formula follows the cinéma vérité convention, with no narration or scripted dialog, depending entirely on the commentary of the officers and on the actions of the people with whom they come into contact. The show has followed officers in 140 different cities in the United States and in Hong Kong, London, and the former Soviet Union. Each episode is approximately 22 minutes in length and typically consists of three segments, with each segment being one or two self-contained police incidents. The show's theme song is "Bad Boys", performed by reggae group Inner Circle.