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RENO 911! now on The Roku Channel

Now is the best time to binge the series either for the first time or to revisit some favorite episodes.

As a Roku Original, this cop satire is exclusively now available to watch for free on The Roku Channel. The protectors of Reno don’t take vacation, or stop for lunch breaks. They don’t even sleep. But after a well-deserved sabbatical, the Reno Sheriff’s Department is back in action, laying down the law on The Roku Channel, after RENO 911! launched on May 20 as a Roku Original! The 25-episode short form season follows the committed deputies of Reno as they serve warrants, traffic violations, hot takes on modern culture, and of course, justice to keep their city safe. Do they sometimes conceal evidence, arrest the wrong girl or aid in home burglaries? Maybe, but nobody’s perfect. Uniformed in his trusty short shorts Lieutenant Dangle (Thomas Lennon) leads the charge over local heroes, Deputies Wiegel (Kerri Kenney Silver), Junior (Ben Garant), Williams (Niecy Nash), Johnson (Wendi McLendon Covey) and Jones (Cedric Yarbrough) as they do everything for the sake of their community.

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