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'Dog the Bounty Hunter' starts new TV-show with wife amid her cancer battle

Junie Sihlangu
Jan 15, 2019
10:19 A.M.
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In December, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Beth Chapman posted a cryptic message on Twitter. She informed her fans that they would be “getting the greatest #Christmas present ever.”

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Her fans weren’t sure if she was referring to her cancer battle or if she was hinting on a new show. On Monday, her husband Duane “Dog” Chapman revealed that they were, in fact, coming back to television

This week, Duane “Dog” Chapman revealed that he and his wife Beth Chapman would be coming back to television. The two are set to star in a new show called “Dog’s Most Wanted.”

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For more on this story go to our Twitter account @amomama_usa. The couple will also feature their team from “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” The Dirty Dozen.

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The new show will see them hunting down fugitives from the “most wanted” lists of the FBI, US Marshals, and States’ Most Wanted Fugitives lists. The reality show is set to air on WGN.

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“Dog’s Most Wanted” will be the network's first unscripted series in five years. Duane tweeted about their comeback on Monday on the 10-part series

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He tweeted:

“#DogPound REGULATORS MOUNT UP !! It’s been a long time please thank @wgnamerica And set your DVRs for the best show on television”

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Currently, there isn’t a specific premiere date but the series is set to debut sometime this year. On the same day that Duane sent out his tweet, Beth also announced the good news.

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She wrote:

“We’re back ! #DogPound meet @wgnamerica an exceptional network who heard your Plea to bring us back now everyone follow @wgnamerica and use #DogWgna when saying thank you …”

In December she’d hinted to her fans that she and her husband had a special Christmas present, it appears this might have been what she was alluding to.

The Chapman’s initially found fame with “Dog the Bounty Hunter” from 2004 to 2012. In 2017 they returned with a special called “Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives,” where they followed Beth’s battle with throat cancer.

Last year, she had to undergo emergency surgery as the cancer had returned

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