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Dog The Bounty Hunter Opens Up About What Happened With His Health Scare

It's been a really rough few months for Dog Chapman after losing his wife, Beth Chapman.

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Dog The Bounty Hunter Talks Mourning For Beth Chapman In The Public Eye

Dog The Bounty Hunter is back, but he's facing public scrutiny during a time of mourning.

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Dog The Bounty Hunter 'Wasn't Able To Handle' Watching Late Wife Beth Chapman For New Show

Dog's Most Wanted star and legendary bounty hunter Duane Chapman has struggled with the loss of his wife, who will appear on the show.

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Dog The Bounty Hunter's Beth Chapman In Medically Induced Coma, Family Asks For Prayers
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Chris Noth's New Show Gone Looks Perfect For Law And Order Fans

Law & Order vet Chris Noth is returning to the small screen for a show that his procedural fans should enjoy.

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Dog The Bounty Hunter Is Returning To TV For New Show

Dog the Bounty Hunter is making a return to the small screen.

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Watch Jerry O'Connell Hilariously Fail To Crack A Safe In Exclusive Carter Clip

Jerry O'Connell is a hoot in WGN America's crime comedy Carter, as you can see in this exclusive clip from the latest episode.

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How I Met Your Mother's Alyson Hannigan Just Joined An Unexpected Show

Alyson Hannigan has joined a show that is very different from How I Met Your Mother.

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Two Former Law And Order Franchise Stars Are Teaming Up For A New Crime Drama

Two familiar Law and Order franchise faces are joining forces for a new show.

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Every TV Show Cancelled In 2017 So Far

Just because there are more TV shows than ever doesn't mean that all of those shows are extremely successful and capable of lasting until the end of time. (What show is, really, besides The Simpsons and 60 Minutes?)

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Anna Paquin Goes Full Bad Cop In First Trailer For Her New Show Bellevue

A new trailer for Anna Paquin's upcoming show, Bellevue, let's her kick some serious ass as the bad cop in town. Check it out!

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Outsiders Cancelled, No Season 3 At WGN America

Bad news, fans of mountain folk culture. WGN America has officially canceled Outsiders and it will not be getting a Season 3 with the network. Not all hope is lost though, so hit the jump for the details.

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Another DC Comics Show Might Be Coming To TV Soon

There’s no dearth of high quality DC programming on television, and WGN America seems eager to get in on the action; the network has just announced two major pilot orders, one of which will be an adaptation of a classic DC graphic novel. Just don't expect any superpowers or tights this time around.

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Manhattan Season 3 Won't Happen, WGN America Drama Has Been Canceled

Fans of the WGN America show Manhattan got some disappointing news today. The show has been canceled by the network and will not return for a third season. The program was one of the first original scripted shows on WGN.

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Marilyn Manson Will Appear On The Most Obvious TV Show Possible

Marilyn Manson doesn’t seem to worry about typecasting. As a musician known for his relatively dark tunes, it seems like no surprise that he’s mostly known for darker roles on television. Now, Manson has signed on to play a role on a show that seems like a perfect fit.

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Manhattan: Was Abby's Shocking Trick Actually Helpful At All?

For Manhattan Season 2, things over in Los Alamos are quite different in a variety of ways. But in Episode 4, “Overlord,” some very familiar things are happening, and one of them involves Abby butting into another couple's life.

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3 Big Things To Remember Before Manhattan's Season 2 Premiere

Throughout Season 1, Manhattan delivered more surprises and emotional drama than one might have expected. Viewers can expect the same things from Season 2, and here are three things to have in mind for the season premiere.

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How Liza's Mental Illness Will Affect Manhattan Season 2

On WGN America's Manhattan, life at Los Alamos would be a strain on anyone’s mental state, but it seemed to take a larger toll on that of Olivia Williams’ Liza Winter. As Liza’s role within the community grows next season, one has to wonder just how mentally unstable she is, and how it will affect her moving forward.

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 How Historically Accurate Manhattan Is, According To Experts

If its first couple of original series are anything to go by, WGN America is a network that is heavily inspired by this country’s past. But how historically accurate is Manhattan and its depiction of the formation of the atomic bomb during World War II, anyway?

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The Underground Railroad May Soon Be Running Through WGN America

To go along with Salem and the currently airing Manhattan, the network is currently considering a series greenlight for Underground, a pre-Civil War drama that centers on slavery and the iconic Underground Railroad. Nothing but the lightest viewing choices for WGN America.

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