“For over 12 years we have shown on TV the importance of the bail industry in assisting the criminal justice system,” she continued. “And I have preached about how important it is that bail agents and bounty hunters conduct themselves properly. We made this incredibly tough decision because we feel that without intervention from all of our associations, we will no longer have an industry in which to work.”
But even after the show ended – and a short-lived sequel called Dog and Beth: On the Hunt had also been and gone – the Chapman family continued to make headlines. For example, in 2015 one of Dog’s stepchildren was caught up in a bank robbery, leaving him and Beth “shocked and heartbroken” according to a statement that the pair released. Then a year later Beth was denied entry to the U.K. to film another reality show.