'Live PD' personality Sgt. Sean 'Sticks' Larkin tapped for new series at FOX Nation
The series sheds light on the narratives behind the most intense crime scenes, emphasizing the role of cameras in apprehending criminals and ensuring their conviction
By Sarah Roebuck
NEW YORK — Live PD alumnus and retired Tulsa (Okla.) police officer Sean “Sticks” Larkin will be hosting a new crime series on FOX Nation.
The show, "Crime Cam 24/7," will be released Friday, July 7 with a new episode streaming every Friday at 6 p.m. ET. The program will air in the same timeslot as COPS, which will return this fall for a new season.
FOX Nation offers a one-year free subscription for all active first responders, including police officers, firefighters, EMTs and paramedics.
“After greenlighting the iconic series 'COPS' back in 2021, we saw how engaged our subscribers are in the realm of true crime and we are thrilled to offer new content from this genre to meet the strong demand," Jason Klarman, president of FOX Nation said in a statement. "As a former member of law enforcement, Sticks is the perfect voice to bring this show to life.”
Featuring surveillance footage captured across the country, this 12-episode series sheds light on the captivating narratives behind the most intense crime scenes, emphasizing the role of cameras in apprehending criminals and ensuring their conviction.
“I’m excited to partner with FOX Nation to continue my passion of sharing stories of law and order," Larkin said in a statement. "Surveillance footage captures the essence of crimes and I’m looking forward to demonstrating how this tool has helped in solving cases across the country with the FOX audience.”
Throughout the series, Larkin will serve as the narrator, providing context as the crimes unfold and offering updates on the victims and the legal proceedings against the perpetrators.