Duane "Dog" Chapman and his cancer-fighting wife are returning to the world of bounty hunting in a new official trailer released on Monday.
WGN shared the new trailer for the couple's upcoming show "Dog's Most Wanted," and fans were eager to see more. They also wanted to show support for Beth Chapman.
In the clip, Duane puts the focus on his wife before warning criminals that he won't be showing them any mercy in the new show. It will be the network's first reality series in about five years.
"Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman here. My wife, the love of my life, is fighting for her life. Instead of being at home helping her, I’m out here looking for you. I’m warning you in advance. May God have mercy on you when I get you because I won’t.”
"You've been warned," chimed in Beth, who is battling throat cancer again since her initial diagnosis in September 2017. Two months into that battle, she was free of the disease.
It returned in November 2018, this time in a much dire way. The 30-second trailer began with snippets of Beth in the hospital and ended with action-packed chases by Duane.
No release date was offered to fans, many of whom were desperate to know when the show was set to begin. Others were quick to again offer their prayers to a fighting Beth.
Words of support have been pouring in for the female bounty hunter ever since she was rushed to the hospital for the throat blockage in November last year.
Some people, like Cheryl Colvin, could relate to Beth's' battle as she herself beat uterine cancer, but others simply wanted to send out positive energy and genuine words of support.
Weeks before the official preview came out, a member of the "Dog Pound" (the couple's fan base) produced their own unofficial trailer. It turned out to be a hit with other fans of the tough couple.
When Beth retweeted the fan-made clip, the likes under it increased quickly, and it was retweeted by several others. Fans are really looking forward to seeing those on the Most Wanted lists get taken down.
In mid-May, Beth looked radiant in a photo taken with her stepson Leland Chapman around Mother's day. She wore a slimming black dress and a pearl necklace to accessorize.
Leland, also in black, wore a vest and denim jeans. He and Beth hugged each other while smiling at the camera. "This guy had me [sic] laughing all weekend. What a joy to be around," Beth captioned the picture.
She continued: "Thank you God for blessing me with such a kind young man." We pray for Beth to beat cancer and hope that the show is successful.