TLC Network featuring "Police Women of Broward County"
On August 6th, TLC Network introduces Police Women of Broward County, a new 10-part docudrama showcasing the fast-paced action surrounding a remarkable group of women working at the Broward Sheriff’s Office (BSO). The TLC press release describes the show, “From gang busts to car chases to undercover sting operations, TLC’s cameras capture the harsh and harrowing reality of females in law enforcement, with unprecedented access to the agency’s inner workings.” Premiering Thursday, August 6, at 9:00 p.m. “Police Women of Broward County follows the lives of four women as they juggle the needs of their families with intensely demanding . . . and often dangerous . . . jobs.” BSO Public Information Officer Mike Jachles worked with the producers and crew during filming of the reality program throughout Broward County. The BSO Officers who are featured are Ana Murillo, Andrea Penover, Julie Bower and Shelunda Cooper.
According to Producer Bill Povletich, “More than $500,000 was spent locally on hotel rooms, equipment rentals, local labor, food and supplies while in Broward during our two months of principal photography for Police Women of Broward County. Our two biggest local vendors were the Sheraton Suites-Plantation and Enterprise Car Rental.” Povletich rated both the hotel and the hotel’s sales manager, Terry Behal as “fantastic” during the Film Commission’s exit interview and the local crew, “professional and skilled.”
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