New crime reality TV show “Outlaw Country” set in small Missouri town

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - A new show set in Missouri is offering a glimpse into the struggle between cops and crooks.  WGN America is premiering ‘Outlaw Country’ tonight.

The unscripted series is described as.. “a real life ride-along with a street crew and the cops sworn to bring them down. When bad blood threatens a good town… whose side are you on?”

The show is set in Buckner, Missouri.  Chief of Police Mike Cook and his brother Steve suspect that siblings John and Josh Monk are responsible for a surge in crime. They give show producers complete access to the police force and the "outlaws." This presents an unblemished view from both sides of the law.

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