Duane 'Dog' Chapman Asks Fans to Join Him on IG Ahead of New 'Dog's Most Wanted' Featuring Beth
With the brand new season of "Dogs Most Wanted" coming up, reality star Duane Chapman urged fans to follow him on Instagram.
The "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Duane Chapman, is still coping with the death of his wife, Beth, but he is keeping himself busy with work.
Duane's show "Dog's Most Wanted" debuts on September 4 on WGN, and he wants his fans on Twitter to follow him on Instagram ahead of its premiere.
FANS SHOW THEIR SUPPORT FOR DUANE
The new series is the first for Duane since "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt" ended in 2015. The initial episodes of the series were filmed before Beth's tragic death so fans will get an opportunity to witness her on-screen one more time.
Duane reached out to his fans in a hope that they would show their support to him, but he might not have known that many of them already follow him on Instagram.
Many of his fans showered him with love and encouraged him to stay strong in the light of Beth's absence.
CHAPMAN WILL WATCH THE NEW SHOW STARRING BETH
Beth passed away on June after a long battle with cancer, but her family still misses her the same. Her final reality show debut is bound to be an emotional one for her fans as well as loved ones.
In an interview with PEOPLE, Duane confessed that he has not seen the upcoming series that follows Beth's battle with cancer.
“I have not looked at none of these shows,” the reality star said. “I looked at the first show a little bit, but at that time, I wasn’t able to handle it.”
He also mentioned that he would be surrounded by his family while he watches the show.
THE NEW SHOW FOLLOWS BETH BATTLE WITH CANCER
Beth had always known that cancer would take her life. The trailer for "Dog's Most Wanted" featured Beth speaking out about how her cancer was incurable.
Despite her degrading health, Beth continued to keep herself busy with the filming of the show alongside her husband.
According to Duane, Beth was excited about the show's premiere.
“Beth wanted nothing more than for the show to go on, and I am so proud of the legacy that she left behind. She lived and died for this show, and she would be so proud of how hard we worked bringing these criminals to justice," Duane said.
Duane is grateful for the overwhelming support his has received from fans after Beth's passing. He said that their love and support is what keeps him going especially during this difficult time.