Fate of Bad Boys TV spin-off LA's Finest revealed

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The fate of LA's Finest has been revealed, and it's good news.

The female-led Bad Boys TV spin-off starring Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union was canned by NBC last month, but saved at the eleventh hour by Spectrum.

And now, the streaming service has officially picked up the series for a second run.

All 13 episodes of season one will be made available to Spectrum's subscribers on Monday (June 17).

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"We’re thrilled LA’s Finest has resonated with our subscribers in such a major way," head of Spectrum Originals, Katherine Pope told The Wrap.

"When I first saw the pilot – a show about two strong women learning to trust and support each other and still getting into plenty of trouble – I knew I’d follow them anywhere.

"Kudos to Gabrielle and Jessica, as stars and executive producers, along with creators Brandon Sonnier and Brandon Margolis and everyone else involved, for helping us launch our first original series and making the decision to greenlight a second season incredibly easy."

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LA's Finest has certainly had a rocky road in its pilot season, with provider changes and its showrunner Brandon Sonnier reportedly having his leg partially amputated following an on-set accident.

Here's hoping season 2 will have a much smoother production.

LA's Finest season one will be available to stream on Spectrum in the US from Monday, June 17.

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