On Thursday, WGN America released another teaser for their new bounty hunting show “Dog’s Most Wanted.” The short clip featured the late Beth Chapman.
A new teaser was released this week for the upcoming show “Dog’s Most Wanted.” The 15-second video showed some scenes from the new bounty hunting show.
Duane "Dog" and his late wife, Beth Chapman, featured in the clip. Beth passed away on June 26 from throat cancer after a long battle.
One scene in the clip showed Duane, Beth, and "The Dirty Dozen" team members bouncing up and down in a truck after apparently jumping a ramp or hill. The group was probably on a hunt in the short scene.
The caption on the post read:
“So many fugitives. So little time. #DogsMostWanted premieres Wednesday, September 4th at 9/8c only on #WGNAmerica.”
Towards the end of the video, Duane could be seen speaking to a woman in handcuffs who was heard asking: "Who are you?" The famous bounty hunter shouts back: "Now you know who we are!"
WGN America released another promo teaser for the show to hype up fans earlier in the month. In it, Beth confessed to her husband that she had a “50-50 chance” of surviving cancer with the chemotherapy.
Later as her husband captures a fugitive he says: "This one's for Beth." One of the scenes in the clip showed the Chapman family praying together with their team before starting their day.
The first trailer that was released for “Dog’s Most Wanted” came out in July. The clip was the longest of the three and featured more footage of Duane tracking down criminals with his team of bounty hunters.
The new series is the first time the Chapmans will be seen on television since A&E aired “Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives.” The A&E special aired in 2017 and was focused on chronicling how the Chapman's handled Beth’s cancer battle.
The bounty hunting family found fame in 2004 when they starred in “Dog the Bounty Hunter” on A&E. The show played for many seasons and was only canceled in 2012.
After that, the Chapmans launched a CMT show called “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt,” which ran from 2013 to 2016.
After Beth’s Colorado memorial, her husband revealed that he was struggling with the idea of returning to Hawaii where she passed away. Duane confessed that he was coping with her death by focusing on his bounty hunting work.