Campaign India Team
Jan 20, 2010

SET rolls out crime-based reality show Crime Patrol

Sony Entertainment Television (SET) has rolled out a cop-based reality show 'Crime Patrol', that will be telecast every Monday to Thursday at 8.30 pm starting January 26. SET aims to present Crime Patrol through the eyes of the police force and will deal with the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ of crimes.

SET rolls out crime-based reality show Crime Patrol
Sony Entertainment Television (SET) has rolled out a cop-based reality show 'Crime Patrol', that will be telecast every Monday to Thursday at 8.30 pm starting January 26. SET aims to present Crime Patrol through the eyes of the police force and will deal with the ‘hows’ and ‘whys’ of crimes.

Crime Patrol will focus on crime against women, senior citizens and children and will highlight its affect on the family of the victim. The channel claims that all the cases will be real cases with real people and will take the viewers to the actual place of crime.

The show will be hosted by Anoop Soni (pictured, left) and Sakshi Tanwar (pictured, right) and has been produced by Optimystix.

 

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Campaign India

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