Sean ‘Sticks’ Larkin and Anthony Sherman discuss live PD cancellation
former Live PD analyst Sean “stitches” Larkin and Super Bowl winner Anthony Sherman vented their frustration at Live PD being taken off the air.
Sherman, who played in the NFL for u decadein 2020, the catalyst was getting the Super Bowl LIV champion Kansas City Chiefs to watch Live PD every Saturday night before games.
“Live PD was – a two-year run every Saturday night, we watched Live PD from the moment we got out of team meetings around 9am until 10:30-10:45, and then everyone went back to bed checking,” said Sherman in the latest episode of Coptales and cocktails podcast. “It was fun. We enjoyed watching it.”
“Fingers fingers it’s coming back,” Larkin replied.
“He should never have gone away,” Sherman shot back. “It should never have gone.”
“The show was canceled and bad guys that we would deal with on the street, you know anti-police people, they would tell us they’re missing the show,” Larkin said. “Everyone watched, whether for the police or against the police.”
Sherman told Larkin he thought the show did a great job of showing the details of day-to-day police work.
“I think it did a great job of showing the day-to-day struggle that you have as an officer that people don’t see,” Sherman said. “Every call is different and every situation is different.”
The last episode of Live PD aired in May 2020.
Watch the full conversation between Larkin and Sherman here:
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