Dog The Bounty Hunter Cancelled by A&E
Wednesday, May 23, 2012
Duane “Dog” Chapman, aka Dog the Bounty Hunter will soon be unemployed.
Recently, A&E announced their decision to cancel Dog the Bounty Hunter after eight seasons.
This series included Chapman and his family as stars as fugitive-recovery agents. This series is set in Hawaii and Colorado. It became a valuable asset for the cable network and it had versions of the series broadcasted in Germany, New Zealand and beyond.
In its eight seasons that have went successfully, Dog had his own behind-the-scene controversies. The series, as well as A&E, was sued in September by a man who appeared in 30 episodes of the series. He claimed the network and Chapman breached an agreement to make him a full cast member.
Recently, a controversy was raised as a family issue between Dog’s sons Duane Lee and Leland and their stepmother Beth created troubles about who would be part of the bounty hunter’s team.
The series got its start after Chapman appeared on the A&E-produced Take This Job, about folks with unusual careers. It became a breakout for the network, captivating viewers with the thrill of the hunt and the family’s unique dynamics.
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