Fox Nation Streaming New ‘COPS: Spring Break’ Series Episodes

Fox Nation is set to debut a new collection of “COPS: Spring Break” episodes beginning April 5. With a new episode dropping every Friday at 6 p.m. (ET), the season is made up of five episodes showcasing the uptick in crime when spring breakers take over sunny beaches.

From intoxicated college students to jet ski wipeouts, cameras accompany law enforcement as they patrol cracking down on the unruly partygoers.

“As one of the longest running shows in television, ‘COPS’ is a series that continues to deliver compelling content,” Fox Nation president Lauren Petterson said in a statement.

The streamer first greenlighted the series in October 2021, and has continued to debut new episodes each season, creating a library of nearly 50 episodes. Fox Nation continues to offer all first responders, including police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and paramedics (EMS personnel), a one-year free subscription to the service.

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The new “Spring Break” episodes include:

Episode 1: Spring Break Mistakes (April 5)

In this Spring Break special edition, a Pinellas County Deputy learns to play a new game from a group of sun-kissed coeds. In Escambia County, deputies respond to a shooting victim in the parking lot at the beach. While in Okaloosa County, deputies patrolling the waterfront write a ticket when they discover a minor in possession of alcohol and confiscate marijuana. Deputies in Escambia County are flagged down by a nervous female tourist who noticed a strange male following her along the boardwalk.

Episode 2: Spring Break In (April 5)

Escambia County deputies respond to an intoxicated teen found passed out next to the shoreline late at night, while officers respond to a call of trespassers at a hot tub in Pinellas County. A wallet is found floating in the ocean and returned to the owner and a teenage girl is caught taking a sip from an open container of alcohol near a popular pier in Escambia County. The Marine Unit in Okaloosa County rescues a family of four after a jet ski flips over.

Episode 3: Spring Break Heartache (April 12)

Okaloosa County deputies patrol the beach and locate an underaged male in possession of a ‘blackout rage gallon’ or ‘borg,’ a popular mixture of alcohol, electrolyte powder, and caffeine additive. Pinellas County deputies enforce a zero-tolerance policy against glass containers and alcohol during Spring Break, as an Okaloosa County deputy encounters a group of college kids with coolers full of beer and writes notices to appear for the cooperative group.

Episode 4: Spring Break Dance Party (April 12)

Officers patrolling the Las Vegas Strip encounter a group of break dancers and a young lady in possession of an open container of alcohol refuses to cooperate with Okaloosa County Deputies and finds herself in handcuffs. Deputies warn a beachgoer of the dangers of mixing caffeine and alcohol, while a group of out-of-state swimmers are rescued from a riptide by lifeguards and local surfers. Additionally, a man lies about his age when he is caught carrying a cooler full of alcohol.

Episode 5: Spring Break Wipeout (April 19)

An Okaloosa County deputy is stunned when a teen walks up with a beer. A jet skiing woman is stopped for violating a no-wake zone in Pinellas County and tourists discover a loon wrapped in a fishing line, and Okaloosa County deputies work to cut the trapped bird free. A beachgoer is given a ticket for an open container and tells deputies that his mom will take care of it for him while teenage girls are required to dump out a cooler full of beer on a non-alcoholic beach.

Fox Nation SVOD Bringing Back ‘Cops’ Reality Series; First Responders Get Free Subscription

SVOD service Fox Nation Sept. 13 announced it has greenlighted the return of one the first reality TV series, “Cops,” and will premiere season 33 on Oct. 1. The show, which first aired on Fox in 1989 showcasing city police forces in action, ran for 32 seasons until 2020.

The new season debut on Fox Nation will include the first four episodes and each new episode thereafter will drop weekly on Friday nights. The deal also includes 15 episodes from season 32, according to Jason Klarman, president of the subscription streaming service at Fox.

As part of the launch, Fox Nation will offer all first responders, including police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and paramedics (EMS personnel), a one-year free subscription to the $5.99 monthly service beginning today.

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The SVOD, which features Fox News personalities, in addition to curated and original content, will also donate $5 to Answer the Call on behalf of each new subscriber with a maximum donation of $50,000 during the week of Sept. 13-20. Answer The Call is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides financial support to the families of New York City first responders killed in the line of duty.

“We wanted to show our appreciation to all first responders by combining the launch with a free one-year subscription to give back in a small way to those who place their lives on the line every day to keep us safe,” Klarman said in a statement.

A slate of first responder-themed programming in conjunction with the re-launch of “Cops” includes:

  • “911: On Scene”A ride-along show with firefighters, EMTs and paramedics from different agencies across the country as they embark on their dangerous jobs of saving lives.
  • “When Seconds Count” — Anchored by Fox News Channel’s Harris Faulkner, this special showcases dramatic footage of various rescues caught on tape, featuring the actual rescuers and the victims involved, telling the emotional stories behind each video.
  • “Protect and Serve” Hosted by Fox News Channel contributor and former homicide detective Ted Williams, this program will spotlight the good deeds and the truly heroic and impactful interactions that police officers often perform in the communities they serve.
  • “Answer the Call” — Centered on the charity by the same name, this special will focus on children of fallen first responders as they recount stories of their loved ones who died in service and discuss how the charity has helped them following the tragedy of 9/11. Answer the Call was formed after 9/11 to support the families of the NYPD, NYFD, PAPD and EMS personnel who were killed in the line of duty on 9/11.