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Dog the Bounty Hunter is a reality television show on A&E which chronicles Duane "Dog" Chapman's operations at his job as a bounty hunter, at Da Kine Bail Bonds in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Dog is joined by his wife and business partner, Beth Smith Chapman, his children Leland Chapman, Duane Lee Chapman II, and "Baby" Lyssa Chapman-Galanti. In season one, the team was joined by Dog's nephew Justin Bihag. Dog's brother Tim "Youngblood" Chapman starred in seasons one to four and made brief appearances in season six; he retired from bounty hunting after season four. Dog refers to Tim as his blood brother – despite having the same last name, they aren't biologically related. Episodes have been filmed in Hawaii, Dog's home state of Colorado, and the city of San Francisco.

The program spun off from Chapman's appearance in the show Take This Job, a program about people with unusual occupations. Both shows are produced for A&E by Hybrid Films, a New York-based production company. The concept of the program was to follow a family of bounty hunters as they capture fugitives. The television show follows the family's adventures in bounty hunting, Da kine Bail Bonds, which has locations in Oahu, in Kona on the Big Island and also on the mainland in Denver, Colorado.

The television series led to a 2007 autobiographical book You Can Run But You Can't Hide chronicles his years before becoming a bounty hunter and also some of his more infamous hunts including the more controversial hunt that took him and his team to Mexico to capture serial rapist Andrew Luster.

Production of and airing of the show was halted by A&E on November 2, 2007, after a disturbing audio tape, containing Duane Chapman using the word, **** repeatedly in a rant directed towards his son's African-American girlfriend, was released. It was first reported by the National Enquirer which then exploded onto every media outlet on television and print, leading Duane to make a teary apology on CNN's Larry King Live for his lack of sensitivity on the matter, vowing to make amends; he soon received support from fans and leaders of the African-American community. On February 19, 2008, A&E announced that the show would return.


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