Dog the Bounty Hunter thanks Jimmy Kimmel for a shout-out at the Emmys in his opening monologue

DOG The Bounty Hunter has thanked Jimmy Kimmel for his shout-out at the Emmys in his opening monologue.

The star – real name Duane Chapman – shared the clip on his Instagram story, urging his fans to watch.

He wrote: "Thanks to @jimmykimmelive for mentioning me in his Emmy monologue. Watch!"

Host Jimmy mentioned Dog as he spoke about the role television has had to play during lockdown.

Describing TV as an "old pal" who is "there for us 24 hours a day", he said: "Television is your friend. It's your big brother, your sister's sister, your momma's family, your two dads, your three sons, your crazy ex girlfriend."

He added: "It's even your dog, the Bounty Hunter."

Dog is gearing up for his new show, Dog Unleashed, which will hit screens in January.

The 67-year-old has promised to go after the “worst of the worst” in his upcoming program.

Duane “Dog” Chapman teased back in July that he was back working on a new unscripted series following his adventures as a bounty hunter, and a few days he released the trailer.

Now he’s making even more vows about what fans can expect to see with his return.

With a snapshot of himself yelling at an unseen person hiding behind a cracked-open front door, he wrote: “DOG UNLEASHED IS ON THE WAY !!! 



His followers were so excited to see that he’ll be on a new series soon and shared their enthusiasm in the comments.

One said, “Yessssssss the king!” And many told Dog to “go get them!”

In the trailer, the star promises to take down "violent fugitives" as his fiancée Francie Frane makes her TV debut.

This time around, Dog’s fiancee, whom he got engaged to earlier this year after losing his wife Beth to cancer in 2019, was there for all of the action.

Dog's new unscripted series will exclusively stream on new service Unleashed!

According to Deadline, the service will allow fans of crime and justice entertainment to stream their favorite shows and new exclusive content.

Dog recently revealed he'll be filming with “all” of his family “because when a tragedy like [losing Beth] happens in your family, you gotta pull together.”


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