Broward County now has TWO reality shows on the TLC Network and they air tonight (Thursday). Before you read this press release, press play to see the above video of one of the Broward County police women stars Andrea Penoyer. Its a clip of her on the beach, which some have called a gratuitous use of her body to boost ratings. Well, of course! That’s what TV is all about. Broward County reality shows are taking over it seems (lol). Read the press release below…
(Press Release) – POLICE WOMEN OF BROWARD COUNTY is back on Thursday nights and this time, they brought backup. Building on the success of the Police Women franchise, TLC’s introduces UNLEASHED: K-9 BROWARD COUNTY, a new series following two deputies â€“ and a dog â€“ in the Broward County Sheriff’s Office elite man-tracking K-9 unit. The action kicks-off Thursday, April 7 at 9 PM (ET/PT) with an all-new episode of POLICE WOMEN, followed by the premiere of UNLEASHED: K-9 BROWARD COUNTY at 10 PM (ET/PT).
A limited six-part series, UNLEASHED: K-9 BROWARD COUNTY is a candid look into the dangerous, yet surprisingly funny world of a K-9 unit â€“ from foot chases and guns to bathroom breaks and dog food runs. Each 30-minute episode follows Deputy Jerry Wengert, his loyal canine Bali, and partner Detective Geoff Brown as they work together in one of the most treacherous and unpredictable units in law enforcement. Whether they are chasing down armed carjackers, fleeing drug dealers or tracking down an elusive cat burglar, they are tireless in their efforts to bring suspects to justice while maintaining a sense of humor. UNLEASHED: K-9 BROWARD COUNTY will air back-to-back premieres on TLC on Thursday, April 7 and Thursday, April 14 at 10 PM (ET/PT,) with the final two episodes debuting on Discovery Channel on Monday April 25 at 10 PM (ET/PT).
In addition, POLICE WOMEN OF BROWARD COUNTY is back Thursdays at 9 PM (ET/PT), with 13 all-new episodes revisiting the fast-paced action surrounding four female deputies at the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Each one-hour takes viewers inside the real-life drama of women in law enforcement as they juggle their personal lives with demanding and often dangerous jobs. From robberies to homicides, drug busts to domestic violence, these fearless women put their lives on the lines to keep the streets safe.
Meet the POLICE WOMEN OF BROWARD COUNTY:
– Andrea Penoyer (28-years old): Andrea was born and raised in Broward County so she knows first hand just how dangerous her home turf can be. She entered the Police Academy at 20-years old, has steadily climbed the ranks and now represents one of the highest caliber detectives in her department. Andrea is an integral part of the Street Crime Unit where she deals with drug dealers and users day in and day out. She enjoys time off with her son Dominic, her fiancÃ© Ozzy and his two children Bryana and Josh
– Julie Bower (50-years old): For the last 15-years, Julie has been a detective in the Sex Crimes (Special Victims) Unit of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. She deals with rapists, child molesters, domestic abusers on a daily basis and has developed a tough skin in order to be good at what she does. When not working, Julie spends time with her three children, especially her seven-year old son Dominick
– Deputy Shelunda Cooper (27-years old): For Shelunda, being a cop is all in the family. Her twin sister is on the force, and she is also married to another Broward Sheriff’s Office deputy. She works the night shift in the town where she grew up. Her nights are filled with robberies, assault and domestic disturbances. Shelunda majored in Biochemistry in college and is interested in becoming a Crime Scene Investigator. In her free time, she mentors teenagers who are interested in a career in law enforcement.
– Deputy Erika Huerta (28-years old): A first generation Cuban-American, Erika is driven to succeed at everything she sets her sights on. She currently patrols one of the most dangerous beats in Broward and sees drugs, prostitution and assaults on a daily basis. Formerly overweight, Erika has lost 70 pounds and is now a fitness model in her spare time. In college she majored in Criminal Psychology and she is currently attending school to earn her Masters in Criminal Justice. Erika is dating Milo, her boyfriend of six months.
UNLEASHED: K-9 BROWARD COUNTY is produced by Thinkfactory Media on behalf of TLC. Executive Producers for Thinkfactory Media are Adam Reed, Kevin Leadingham, Adam Freeman, and Leslie Greif. POLICE WOMEN OF BROWARD is produced by RelativityREAL, LLC on behalf of TLC. RelativityREAL is a joint venture of Relativity Media, LLC and award-winning television producer Tom Forman. Forman, Julie Laughlin-Jones, Julie Link, and Jon Beyer are the executive producers.