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Crime Patrol returns with second season on Sony

'Crime Patrol 2.0' will air every Monday to Friday from 7 March.

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Mumbai: Sony Entertainment Television (SET) is coming up with the second season of its longest running crime docu-drama "Crime Patrol." Starting 7 March, "Crime Patrol 2.0" will air every Monday to Friday at 10 p.m.

Shot in real locations across India, "Crime Patrol 2.0" will revolve around the lives of the men in uniform who protect the city from gruesome crime every day. While bringing forth impactful crime stories, the show will also give a glimpse into the personal lives of the police officers, their camaraderie, and how these cases leave a lasting impression on them, said the channel in a statement.

Using the point of view of the cops, it will make the viewers understand the anatomy of a crime by highlighting some unseen facets of investigation, the usage of new-age tools, as well as the chase replete with the anticipation, pressure and drive to find an answer, it added.

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