Wiki for the Sony TV Series Crime Patrol

Crime Patrol is a Hindi crime anthology television series that airs on Sony TV in India.

Subramaniyan S. Iyer devised the show for both Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia.

The first season of Crime Patrol was released on May 9, 2003, by the show's creators.

Season 5 of Crime Patrol is now showing on Sony TV.

The storey of Criminal Patrol is based on true crime events that occurred in India.

The hosts of the Crime Patrol TV show describe real-life crimes and offer recommendations for how to prevent them.

According to sources, the show has not only raised awareness about the issue, but has also aided the victims shown in the episodes.

A number of celebrities, including Diwakar Pundir, Anup Soni, Divyanka Tripathi, and others, have presented the Crime Patrol TV series.

In this post, we'll discuss the most recent gossips, upcoming surprises, future storylines, and fresh spoilers from the Crime Patrol Sony TV series.

Crime Patrol Serial Details

  • Serial name: Crime Patrol
  • Genre: Reality Crime Documentary 
  • Crime Patrol Season 1 Release Date: 9th May, 2003 
  • Crime Patrol Season 2 Release Date: 26th January, 2010
  • Crime Patrol Season 3 Release Date :24th September, 2010
  • Crime Patrol Season 4 Release Date: 29th April, 2011
  • Crime Patrol Season 5 Release Date: 15th July, 2019 (Present)
  • Telecast Days: Monday-Friday
  • Crime Patrol S5 Telecast Timings: 11:00 PM
  • Running Time: 40 minutes
  • Channel: Sony TV
  • OTT Platform: Sony TV Liv
  • Language: Hindi

Subramanian S.lyer created Crime Patrol, an Indian Hindi crime anthology series for Sony Entertainment Television India and Sony Entertainment Television Asia. The first season was directed by Anshuman Kishore Singh and produced by Cinevistaas Limited, while subsequent seasons were produced by Optimystix Entertainment. Mumbai, India is the setting for the series.

The episodes in the first and second seasons are 30 minutes long, whereas the episodes in future seasons are 40 minutes long. The series, which was aired on May 9, 2003, is India's longest-running reality crime drama. The fifth season of the show began airing on July 15, 2019. At the 20th Indian Television Academy Awards in 2021, the show received the Milestone Achievement Award (ITA Awards).

Crime Patrol Drama Full Story

The dramatised representations of crime instances that occurred in India are presented in this series. While narrating real-life stories involving harassment, kidnapping, and murder, series presenter Anup Soni offers the best ways to prevent crimes. With these cases, the series opens the eyes of its viewers, making them aware of the crime that surrounds them.

Since June 2015, Crime Patrol has tried to support the victims represented in the episodes in addition to raising awareness about crimes.

Season 1 (from 2003 through 2006)

Diwakar Pundir hosted the first season, which aired weekly on Friday nights until late 2004, when he was replaced by Shakti Anand. The first season was a huge hit right away. Nitesh Mishra is the casting director.

Season 2 has become online (2010)

Sony TV opted to renew the series for a second season due to its popularity in the first season. From Monday to Thursday nights, the second season aired. Anup Soni and Sakshi Tanwar hosted the second season. This season's TRP ratings were not as high as the first season's.

Season three (2010)

On Friday and Saturday nights, the third season aired. Due to low TRP ratings, the season was cancelled early.

Season 4 (2011–2018) is the fourth season of the show.

Four months after the third season concluded, the fourth began.
Each week, the season managed to improve its TRP ratings. The fourth season premiered on Friday and Saturday nights in the United States.

From April 11, 2014, the show was shown three times a week, on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. The show has been renamed Crime Patrol Satark (previously Crime Patrol Dastak until July 6, 2014).

Soni left the series in the fourth quarter of 2017, citing a desire to concentrate on his acting career in films. "I told the producers that I wanted to concentrate on films, and they agreed."They wanted me to finish my contract, which expired in March–April," Soni explained. Sanjeev Tyagi replaced Anup Soni until he rejoined the team.

Season 5 (2019–present) is the fifth season of the show.

The fifth season debuted on July 15, 2019, and is now airing Monday through Friday nights. After 15 months away from the show, Anup Soni returned to host it. [14] After a while, Divyanka Tripathi Dahiya took over as the show's host, followed by Sonali Kulkarni and Ashutosh Rana. The show was put on hold for three months in December, with the possibility of a comeback later.

Spin-off

Crime Patrol Dial 100, a spin-off series, started on October 26, 2015, and aired Monday–Thursday nights. It was created by various production companies. It came to an end on July 12th, 2019.

A gang-rape case has been reported in Delhi.
The Information and Broadcasting Ministry of India intervened and ordered Sony Entertainment Television not to air a show regarding the Delhi gang-rape case, according to Bhartiya Stree Shakti (Nagpur Wing), a non-governmental organisation.

However, on September 10, 2013, the show received clearance to screen the 2012 Delhi gang rape case, and the episode's promos were subsequently shown.

On September 21, 2013 and September 22, 2013, the episode aired in two parts. Sanjeev Tyagi portrayed the character of top police inspector in this episode.

Teacher recruitment scam involving Om Prakash Chautala
In the broadcast, Sony TV planned to telecast episodes about the Om Prakash Chautala teacher recruitment scam.

Following an appeal by Chautala and others, the Delhi High Court on February 22, 2013 barred Sony TV from airing the linked episodes until April 4, 2013, because the case was still pending in court and there was a risk of prejudice in the show.

The performance was cleared by the High Court on March 2, 2013. However, the approval was contested in the Supreme Court, and the episodes of this case were again placed on hold on March 6, 2013.

The Supreme Court granted Sony TV permission to broadcast programmes on May 3, 2013, after the trial was completed and the decision of conviction and punishment was made public.