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‘On Patrol: Live’ Episodes 49 and 50: How to watch and where to stream

‘On Patrol: Live’ Episodes 49 and 50: How to watch and where to stream

Season 1 Episode 49 Premiere On Patrol: Live Reelz airs Friday, January 20 at 9/8c. Episode 50 also premieres the following day at 9/8c.

People who have given up on regular cable can still watch new episodes Philo either sling, Both the live-streaming services are something that actually offer Reelz channels with subscriptions.

If you’re not sure which streaming service to use, we can break it down for you.

What is Philo and Sling?

Philo One of the affordable live-streaming services charging its users only $25 per month with over 60 channels to choose from live and on-demand. However, Reelz Channel requires an additional $3 add-on, which still isn’t a bad deal.

Offered with popular channels Philo Include MTV, VH1, AMC, HGTV, History Channel, Discovery Channel, CMT, BET, TLC and more.

First time subscribers can also avail Philo’s 7 Day Free Trial Try it out for free before you commit to anything.

During this, sling One of the cheapest live-streaming services available. It offers three different channel packages for its users: Sling Orange, Sling Blue and Sling Orange + Blue.

No matter which package you choose, however, you still need to purchase the package. Hollywood Extras Add-on For an additional $6 per month to access the Reelz channel.

Sling Blue and Sling Orange both start at $35 per month, but offer different channel selections.

The main difference between the two packages is the ESPN channels offered with Sling Orange, as opposed to channels such as Fox News, MSNBC, Discovery, and Bravo offered with Sling Blue.

Meanwhile, both the Sling Orange + Blue packages are combined for $50 per month.

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See the full breakdown between all three packages Here.

What? On Patrol: Live about?

On Patrol: Live Follows the same format as “Live PD”, tracking down police officers and sheriff’s representatives from various agencies in various cities across the country for three hours.

Host Dan Abrams, retired Tulsa Police Department Sgt. Sean “Stix” Larkin and Deputy Sheriff Curtis Wilson provide minute-by-minute perspective and analysis from a central studio location during the footage.

Local residents from the communities of the featured departments are given the opportunity to gain first-hand experience during ride-alongs with officers on Live Nights.

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