ABC News Studios announces “Sound of the Police,” a new Hulu Original documentary directed by Stanley Nelson and co-directed by Valerie Scoon. The film delves into the complex relationship between African Americans and the police, exploring the historical roots and contemporary efforts to address the issue. The documentary will premiere on Hulu on August 11 after a special preview screening at the BlackStar Film Festival and the Martha’s Vineyard African American Film Festival. Nelson and Scoon’s collaboration promises to shed light on crucial aspects of American history, inspiring essential conversations about law enforcement and the Black community.
About Sound of the Police TV Show
"Sound of the Police" is a compelling Hulu Original documentary by director Stanley Nelson and co-director Valerie Scoon, produced by Firelight Films for ABC News Studios. This thought-provoking film examines the intricate and fraught relationship between African Americans and law enforcement, exploring the deep-rooted tensions, fears, and conflicts from historical origins to modern-day struggles. Through a lens of recent high-profile cases, the documentary delves into America's complex racial history that shaped policing in Black communities, unraveling the ongoing struggles and the efforts to find resolution. "Sound of the Police" presents a timely and poignant exploration, aiming to spark crucial conversations and foster understanding in pursuit of stronger communities. Premiering on Hulu from August 11, this eye-opening documentary sheds light on an essential chapter of American history.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite shows. Check out and bookmark our TV shows cancelled in 2019-20 season and TV shows renewed for 2020-21 season lists.