SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8
**SEASON PREMIERE**�"COPS: COAST TO COAST"�(8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) CC
PA: Viewer discretion is advised.
AN ARRESTING 20TH SEASON OF "COPS" PREMIERES
WITH SHOTS FIRED AND A DOMESTIC DISPUTE
ON "COPS: COAST TO COAST"
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, ON FOX
Since the pioneering reality series debuted in 1989, COPS has consistently outperformed its competition and has cemented its place in history as one of the longest-running primetime entertainment programs. Instrumental in launching the reality genre with its video v�rit� style, COPS is approaching its 700th episode milestone this November. Stats from the past 20 seasons include:
� COPS has filmed in over 140 U.S. cities
� 2,044 arrests have been made on COPS
� The oldest arrestee was 90 years old (for battery)
� The youngest arrestee was 7 years old (for a bike theft)
� Roughly 120 hours of footage goes into one broadcast segment
Faster your seatbelts when the 20th season kicks off featuring Officer Caleb Lenz of the Kansas City, MO, Police Department assisting in the pursuit of a car-jack suspect who has shot an officer. The department stops at nothing to track down the offender and releases a K-9, which eventually sniffs out the suspect. Also featured is Sergeant Jeremiah Marcotte of the Lee County, FL, Sheriff's Office, who responds to a domestic violence call in which a female was harmed by her "best friend" on the 20th season premiere of COPS: COAST TO COAST Saturday, Sept. 8 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (CP-2009) (TV-PG D, L, V)