It's been a rough couple of years for famed bounty hunter Duane 'Dog' Chapman, and his wife Beth. But things might be looking up for the reality TV couple.

According to Variety, the two crime fighters will star in a new 10 part series on WGN America called 'Dog’s Most Wanted'. Production is set to begin early this year with the Chapman's elite team, called 'The Dirty Dozen'. This will be the first unscripted show on the network in over five years.

The crew will hunt down criminals on the FBI's Most Wanted list, and those also wanted by individual states, and the U.S. Marshals. The pair previously had a series on the A&E network, as well as CMT, and filmed over 300 episodes beginning in 2004.

Beth Chapman has had some serious medical issues in the last couple of years, including throat cancer, and an emergency surgery to remove a mass from her throat late last year. According to an interview Dog did with E! Entertainment, he is making a return to full time bounty hunting to help pay for some of their skyrocketing medical bills.

The Chapman's were in the studio with me last year, and they couldn't have been nicer. We are wishing them all the best in this new chapter of their lives! You can hear their interview from May, 2018 below.