Duane Chapman Reveals New 'Dog's Most Wanted' Show's Release Date in a Recent Post
Following the tragic demise of Beth Chapman, his wife, and co-star, Duane “Dog” Chapman reveals the premiere date for their famous bounty hunter show.
The American reality star recently took to Instagram to share a picture of himself in his full bounty hunter getup. He looked every bit the macho man in an all-black leather ensemble of which only its top half is seen.
That is, however, just enough to see that Duane means “business” as he sported his work tools as well as a badge.
The post is Duane’s way of announcing that his most anticipated crime reality series, “Dog's Most Wanted” will premiere September 4. Via the post's caption, the father of twelve proudly declared his goals.
“Fe Fi Fo Fum Look our America here we come We’re going to make America Safe Again.”
JUST ONE THING IS MISSING
There is one thing that is absent from the picture, and it is his wife, Beth Chapman. The bubbly star passed away from complications of lung cancer last month. Her large family sorely misses her, and that includes her doting husband, Duane.
It is, however, quite laudable to find that the hunky star has finally quit mourning and is pushing forward with the show. Knowing Beth, that is what she would have wanted.
Duane and the entire Chapman have their loyal fan base coming forward to support them at this unfortunate time. A significant number of Duane’s followers quickly took to the comments section of his new post to share words of encouragement and express a longing to watch him again.
One fan, @llstrphrnslay968 wrote:
“Good to see your determination dog. Stay safe.”
Another @lauramacallister said:
“Looking forward to this god bless you and your family have a great day. I love you guys can't wait stay safe dog I am praying for you. xoxo xoxo.”
“IF I’M GOING TO DIE, I'M GOING TO DIE IN MY BOOTS” – BETH CHAPMAN
“Dog’s Most Wanted” follows bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman and his wife, Beth Chapman, as they go on a cross-country hunt with goals of nabbing a carefully compiled list of Dog’s “Most Wanted” fugitives. The show also documents the couple’s personal lives and Beth’s battle with throat and lung cancer.
“If I’m going to die, I’m going to die in my boots.”
Beth's lovable yet tough character is one every avid fan will miss. May her soul rest in peace.