CONCORD, N.C. â Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will team up with Duane âDogâ Chapman and his exhilarating new unscripted series âDogâs Most Wantedâ when the NASCAR Cup Series returns to the iconic Darlington Raceway for the famed Bojanglesâ Southern 500 on Sept. 1. Stenhouseâs No. 17 Ford Mustang will be fully wrapped to promote WGN Americaâs new series âDogâs Most Wanted,â which features Duane âDogâ Chapman, his late wife, Beth, and a hand-picked team of bounty hunters bringing criminals to justice. The series premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 4 at 9 p.m. ET on WGN America.
âItâs going to be awesome to have âDogâs Most Wantedâ on the car at Darlington,â Stenhouse Jr said. âWe are looking forward to having him at the race and hopefully he can help us track down and capture a trip to Victory Lane.â
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The legendary bounty hunter and TV personality will be in attendance as the green flag waves on the fifth edition of the South Carolina trackâs âthrowbackâ weekend.
In this new series, âDogâ and the late Beth Chapman will be supported by a ferocious team of hunters Dog calls âThe Dirty Dozen.â Together they will go on a cross-country manhunt to track down a carefully curated list of Dogâs Most Wanted fugitives. In their personal lives, the series tackles the familyâs most difficult fight as their beloved matriarch Beth Chapman bravely fights â and tragically loses â her battle with cancer.
âDogâs Most Wantedâ is produced by Dorsey Pictures, a Red Arrow Studios company, along with Entertainment by Bonnie and Clyde. Chris Dorsey (âBuilding Alaskaâ), and Matt Assmus serve as executive producers for Dorsey Pictures. Dog and the late Beth Chapman are executive producers for Bonnie & Clyde.