"L.A.'s Finest" Season 2 Gets Postponed Due to Ongoing Protests
Chartered Communications postponed the second season of "L.A.'s Finest" indefinitely.
The nation is under fire following the death of George Floyd. There is a nationwide protest for the police brutality and racism—following which some T.V. shows are postponed.
The "L.A.'s Finest" also put a stop sign to the second season of the show due to ongoing protests. The second installment was all set to debut on Monday, June 8.
Watch: LA’s Finest Season 2 Official Trailer
L.A.'s Finest, which is the spin-off of the 'Bad Boys' movie franchise featuring Gabrielle Union as she reprises her role from the second movie.
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Gabrielle stars as "Sydney Burnett" in the series, who is transferred to the LAPD at the beginning of series. Jessica Alba will co-star as her partner on the show as Nancy McKenna.
Watch: L.A.s Finest Season 1 Trailer
The show, however, is not the only affected right now. All the networks are putting a hold on their cop series. On Friday, A&E also announced it would not air a new episode of Live P.D.
Even Paramount Network pulled out the 33rd season of 'Cops,' which was set to release on Monday. The show got postponed indefinitely.
Even Charter Communications is yet to disclose the rescheduled date of "L.A.'s Finest."
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