It is nice to see the return of some of our favorite things before COVID. Concerts are returning. Movie theaters are selling tickets to box office hits. Not to mention full capacity football games. But, one thing that went away, that we have yet to see return is the popular A&E show LIVE: PD. You may remember shortly before the pandemic and all the civil unrest of 2020, LIVE: PD chose the Missoula County Sheriffs' Department as one of the featured departments on the show. Each week we followed along as people around Missoula County found themselves on national television. Whether it was the MCSD responding to a domestic violence call, a routine traffic stop, or a report of a bear taking a nap in a tree outside St Patrick's Hospital. Each week we were glued to the screens as we not only watched what kind of trouble people were getting into here but in other communities around the country.

Why did LIVE: PD get canceled?

According to Deadline, LIVE: PD was taken off the air at the peak of the protests surrounding the death of George Flloyd.

“This is a critical time in our nation’s history and we have made the decision to cease production on Live PD,” the network said in a statement to Deadline. “Going forward, we will determine if there is a clear pathway to tell the stories of both the community and the police officers whose role it is to serve them.

If you miss watching LIVE: PD, check out some "Best Of Missoula Clips" from the show. In the following clips, you will learn the rules about "entrapment," why you should be respectful to the police, why you should not scream the "f-word" at the police, why you should always wear a seat belt, and why asking an officer "are you serious?" 20 times doesn't change their answer.

NOTE: Rumor has it Connor is still wondering if the Missoula County Sheriffs Deputies are serious.

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