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It also delves into his criminal past as well as his family background, imprisonment in Texas, marriages and children.
A second book, Where Mercy Is Shown, Mercy Is Given, was published in 2009.
Rounding out most episodes are scenes featuring Dog, Beth and their large family of children, grandchildren and friends.
As the show progressed, viewers were taken further behind the scenes during Baby Lyssa's training as a licensed bail bondswoman and bounty hunter; Dog's capture of Andrew Luster and the ensuing arrests of Chapman, Tim and Leland in Mexico; the deaths of Beth's father (Garry Smith) and Dog's oldest daughter (Barbara Katie Chapman); Chapman and Beth's 2006 wedding; Baby Lyssa's wedding and the birth of her second child; and the shock and fear of the family after Dog, Tim and Leland were arrested by federal marshals in Hawaii to await possible extradition to Mexico.
On May 21, 2012, A&E canceled the series after eight seasons.
Dog and his wife, Beth Chapman, then starred in a spin-off series, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt on CMT, before that series ended in August 2015.
Featured songs include: "Criminal", "Doin' It", and "Ghetto Champion". " includes an impersonation of "Dog Woof Woof" The following summarizes the original broadcast presentation: The television series led to a 2007 autobiographical book, You Can Run But You Can't Hide, which chronicles Chapman's years before becoming a bounty hunter and some of his more infamous hunts, including the controversial hunt that took him and his team to Mexico to capture serial rapist Andrew Luster.
He also says he was injured by pepper pellets that were allegedly fired at him. Quadra, told Celebrity Crime Reporter the lawsuit has no basis "in law or fact".
In September 2011 Bobby Brown, who appeared in 30 episodes, sued A&E Television Networks, Hybrid Films, and D&D Television Productions in Colorado federal court, claiming he was promised to be a full cast member, but received only ,000 for his contributions.
In March 2011, Nguyen filed a lawsuit against Chapman, Brown, and Chapman's sons Duane Chapman II and Leland Chapman.
In the lawsuit, Nguyen claims he lost his job as a result of the incident and had to relocate.
This is contrary to evidence shown in the A&E airing of the episode titled "Easy Rider", on December 16, 2009.