Reno 911!

Reno 911!

  • TV-14
  • 2003
  • 6 Seasons
  • 7.9  (17,174)

Improvised comedy television series Reno 911! has the basic format of a reality cop show. Its primary focus is the bumbling Reno Sheriff's Department in Reno, Nevada (not to be confused with Reno Police Department, or Washoe County Sheriff's Office), and the absurd citizens they encounter. Reno Sheriff's Department's highest ranking deputy is mustachioed Lieutenant Dangle, who wears very short shorts, insists he's not gay, and tries his hardest to keep the rest of the gang under control. Beneath Lt. Dangle are a host of deputies, each with unusual quirks. Among the deputies are Trudy Wiegel, a very unstable woman, Raineesha Williams, who is overly proud of her overly large posterior, and Travis Junior, the NASCAR-loving redneck. The duties of the deputies often lead them to strip clubs, bars, and civilian houses where they attempt to resolve domestic disputes, make arrests for petty theft, and execute unsuccessful drug busts.

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Seasons
Wiegel's Couple's Therapy
15. Wiegel's Couple's Therapy
July 8, 2009
Wiegal discovers her health insurance will no longer cover personal sessions with a psychiatrist. In attempt to continue her sessions, she finds someone to attend couple's therapy with her.
Secret Santa
14. Secret Santa
July 1, 2009
When strange lights are reported in the desert and mysterious, unnamed deputies show up around the station, the Reno lieutenants aren't sure if they should include them in the departments Secret Santa.
The Midnight Swingers
13. The Midnight Swingers
June 24, 2009
Jones and Williams partner up for an undercover investigation of a swingers club.
Viacom Grinch
12. Viacom Grinch
June 17, 2009
The deputies crash children's parties around Reno to stop the sale of illegal toys.
Deputy Dance
11. Deputy Dance
June 10, 2009
Wanting to boost their recruitment numbers, the Reno sheriffs department has a well-known Reno movie director film a commercial.
Stoner Jesus
10. Stoner Jesus
June 3, 2009
As Jim finally gets a chance to present his Princess Diana tribute, the rest of the deputies have their hands full as a "Jesus Christ Superstar" touring company arrive in Reno.
Getaway Trailer
9. Getaway Trailer
May 27, 2009
Wiegel and Rizzo find themselves trapped in a crook's getaway vehicle. The two take this prime opportunity to get better acquainted.
Helping Mayor Hernandez
8. Helping Mayor Hernandez
May 20, 2009
Mayor Hernandez is once again in need of the deputies assistance. This time it's over a prostitute who wont leave his hotel room.
VHS Transfer Memory Lane
7. VHS Transfer Memory Lane
May 13, 2009
The deputies feel a bit of nostalgic about their old cases when they transfer video evidence from VHS tapes to DVD.
We Don't Want the Pope
6. We Don't Want the Pope
May 6, 2009
The Reno deputies serve as tour guides for a mission sent straight from the Vatican.
Dangle's Murder Mystery (2)
5. Dangle's Murder Mystery (2)
April 29, 2009
The conclusion. Jim's party is spoiled by a real death, so the deputies spring into action to solve the case of the murder-mystery dinner party. Scott Thompson and Rachael Harris guest star.
Dangle's Murder Mystery (1)
4. Dangle's Murder Mystery (1)
April 22, 2009
Jim holds a murder-mystery dinner. The guest list includes his ex-wife, her ex-fiancé, and her new fiancé. Scott Thompson and Rachael Harris guest star.
Digging With the Murderer
3. Digging With the Murderer
April 15, 2009
Raineesha and Jim attempt to get a convicted serial killer to tell them the location of his victims' burials.
Extradited to Thailand
2. Extradited to Thailand
April 8, 2009
Jones and Junior take the chance to accompany a suspected murderer on a flight to Thailand. Back in Reno, Jim and Franky perform emergency on a doctor, and Trudy and Raineesha mingle with a street hustler.
Training Day
1. Training Day
April 1, 2009
In the season six premiere, two new officers join the Reno force. Meanwhile, Raineesha and Jim confront a recently terminated employee who refuses to leave.
Description

Improvised comedy television series Reno 911! has the basic format of a reality cop show. Its primary focus is the bumbling Reno Sheriff's Department in Reno, Nevada (not to be confused with Reno Police Department, or Washoe County Sheriff's Office), and the absurd citizens they encounter.

Reno Sheriff's Department's highest ranking deputy is mustachioed Lieutenant Dangle, who wears very short shorts, insists he's not gay, and tries his hardest to keep the rest of the gang under control. Beneath Lt. Dangle are a host of deputies, each with unusual quirks. Among the deputies are Trudy Wiegel, a very unstable woman, Raineesha Williams, who is overly proud of her overly large posterior, and Travis Junior, the NASCAR-loving redneck.

The duties of the deputies often lead them to strip clubs, bars, and civilian houses where they attempt to resolve domestic disputes, make arrests for petty theft, and execute unsuccessful drug busts.Reno 911! is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (89 episodes). The series first aired on July 23, 2003.

Reno 911! is available for streaming on the Comedy Central website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Reno 911! on demand at Apple TV+, HBO Max, Paramount+, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, The Roku Channel, Sling, Google Play, Hoopla, Apple TV and Comedy Central.

  • Premiere Date
    July 23, 2003
  • IMDB Rating
    7.9  (17,174)