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Beth Chapman Reveals New Show ‘Apparently’ Won’t Happen This Year

Rebelander Basilan
May 19, 2019
08:45 A.M.
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Beth Chapman declared her and husband Duane "Dog" Chapman's latest show wouldn't premiere this year.

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After a fan of "Dog's Most Wanted" tweeted about their excitement for the forthcoming series, Beth, 51, shared it and wrote, "Apparently not this year."

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“Crime in America is skyrocketing! Criminals are finding it easier to avoid the system."

The disappointed fans quickly took to Twitter to express their outrage.

One person wrote, "Come on [WGN America] don't be playing with the Chapmans nor #DogPound give the Pound what they want and deserve."

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"Oh man!!!!! Come on [WGN America]! We need the Chapman's back on TV!!!" added another.

"Omg! I’m freaking out lol, what it’s not airing this year," another fan commented.

A couple of hours after Beth uncovered the show might be on a postponement, she alarmed fans when she answered to one fan, writing that she was frustrated in the delay since she "was hoping to at least see it air."

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Earlier this year, "Dog's Most Wanted" was announced by WGN America, and Beth and Dog have been diligently working for the show.

Announcing that he and his team would return to television, Dog, who worked in the law enforcement, wrote:

“Crime in America is skyrocketing! Criminals are finding it easier to avoid the system. With more and more dangerous criminals running the streets the time couldn’t be better for the World’s Greatest Network to bring back the World’s Greatest Bounty Hunter. Fugitives beware!”

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The declaration of the show came just weeks after Dog affirmed that Beth had been diagnosed again with aggressive cancer.

In November 2018, Beth was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles for emergency surgery to clear a throat blockage that was obstructing her airways. The doctors then revealed that the cancer had returned.

Beth was first diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017 and had to undergo surgery to have the tumor removed from her neck.

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