Broward Bad Girl Cops Set for TV Premiere

The Broward Sheriff's Office is the focus of a new reality TV show starring women

There may be a show coming to TV that is an even worse idea than "Miami Social."

An estrogen-enriched version of "Cops" is coming to The Learning Channel and Broward County criminals had better beware.

"Police Women of Broward County" airs August 6 and is another one of those docudrama reality shows that is supposed to give viewers a behind-the-scenes and up-close-and-personal look into the lives of the women behind the badge.

If the show is really real, the four Broward Sheriff’s Office deputies highlighted in the series will be spending much of their time during the 10 shows cowering behind their desks in an attempt not to get laid off. What's kind of funny is BSO employees hate to be called police officers (they prefer deputy), but we digress.

“Some moms pack lunches. These moms pack heat,” says the lead in to the show on the TLC website.

The four lady cops -- Andrea Penoyer, Julie Bower, Shelunda Cooper (the rookie), and Ana Murillo – basically kick ass on the streets of Broward and in their households. They also dig in bad guys’ butt holes for drugs and change diapers. You won’t see that type of action on "Cops."

The trick with this show might be guessing which episode one of the rather attractive ladies gets a pink slip. Our guess is you’ll probably have to wait until the season finale to find out.

Until then, bad guys, keep those teeth clean, because when you are arrested by one of these women, you’ll be on camera. At least you can say you've been collared by a TV star. Oh, and listen out for that music.

"Bad girls, bad girls, what ya gonna do? What ya gonna do when they come for you?"

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