Beth Chapman Reportedly Will Be ‘Front and Center’ of the New Show, Despite Chemo Treatment
Duane "Dog" and Beth Chapman announced that they would be returning to the small screen with a new show titled "Dog's Most Wanted."
It will focus on the "pursuit of some of the most wanted fugitives in the country," and the unscripted series will begin production within a month.
The show will be produced by Dorsey Pictures in conjunction with Red Arrow Studios and Entertainment By Bonnie & Clyde.
Matt Assmus will serve as Executive Producer for Dorsey, while Beth and Dog will pick the producing mantle up for Bonnie & Clyde.
The duo is fully committed to their show, despite Beth's chemotherapy, which she is has to undergo since her throat cancer returned in January.
Both Beth and Dog are as determined as ever to fight this battle. Beth is currently undergoing treatment in Colorado, surrounded by her family.
Their original show, "Dog The Bounty Hunter," aired for more than 300 episodes. Beth and Dog soon became American's favorite bounty hunters.
However, tragedy struck when Beth diagnosed with stage 2 throat cancer in 2017. Viewers got a glimpse of her battle in a segment filmed by their network.
In an exclusive interview with In Touch Weekly, Beth promoted their special, "Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives."
The episode shed light on Beth's diagnosis and followed her first round of treatment and recovery. She explained:
"As I start this battle, I don't see a lot of optimism [...] I want my children to get to see what a fight their mother put up."
Beth and Dog have three children together – Cecily, Bonnie, and son Garry. She also has another son, Dominic, from a previous marriage.
Her family supported her through her diagnosis and treatment, and Dog said matter-of-factly that "cancer picked on the wrong woman."