It was announced on December 6, 2019 that the series would be revived in 2020 on the streaming platform Quibi.The revival will feature the return of the original series creators Thomas Lennon, Robert Ben Garant and Kerri Kenney-Silver. holds a special place in our hearts, and it will be a delight to get the original cast back together for ‘re-boot goofin'. Quibi’s short format seems custom made for our show.” Throughout the show's run, all three main cast members from Stella (who were also from The State) made appearances as characters.are portrayed by comedian friends of the primary cast, and the cast themselves, while disguising their voices and general appearance (and, whose faces were blurred in the style of Cops).The show's characters occasionally refer to their own program.In addition, actors Ian Roberts and Joe Lo Truglio were added to the principal cast as Sergeant Jack Declan and Deputy Frank Salvatore Rizzo, respectively.On August 13, 2009, Thomas Lennon announced through Twitter that the show had ended its six-year run.In the course of their duties patrolling both the city of Reno and the rest of Washoe County, Nevada, the deputies sometimes address the camera directly (as though being interviewed for a documentary).The show deals heavily in politically incorrect and racy humor, including many jokes about race, sexual orientation, substance abuse, rape, pedophilia, and mental disorders.
Working quickly to take advantage of this, the initial Reno 911! As originally written, the sheriff's department material would have served as link material between traditional comedy sketches; the canceled project was being considered for the Fox Saturday lineup, and the team thought at the time that the Cops format was a natural framework for sketch comedy.
Excess footage from season three was used in season four. In 2007, Lennon and Garant later appeared in-character on a comedy compilation CD, Comedy Death-Ray, released on September 11, singing a song about why not to use drugs.
On October 9, 2006, Comedy Central confirmed 13 new episodes to make up Reno 911! On November 10, 2008, Comedy Central confirmed 10 new episodes to make up Reno 911! Principal photography was done between November and December 2008.
: Miami was released in North America, featuring the complete TV series cast.
The Season Four spring debut drew 1.3 million viewers during the week of March 26 to April 1, 2007.