Enjoy highlights from the first season.
Dog & Beth have been on the road helping others, but the jumps are piling up in Oahu. The team is called into action by Rainy Robinson, their bondsman at Da Kine Bail Bonds, to chase two fugitives that have taken advantage of the Chapman's long absence. Meanwhile, Cecily and Dakota prepare to take their bail agent licensing test. Can they pass and become the next generation of Chapman bounty hunters?
When Dog discovers internal strife at Randy Bosley's family-owned Pacific Northwest Bail Bonding in Seattle, he and Beth call in a higher power to help heal the rift. With the family reunited, only one question remains: Can Dog and Beth clean up Randy's jumps, and use their influence to help bring a dangerous runner back from Sacramento?
Dog and Beth are handcuffed by the laws of Washington state as they head to Angie's Bail Bonds in Mt. Vernon. Despite the laws, the Chapmans struggle to help Angie and her bevy of bondsmen clean up their jumps.
Dog and Beth get a call from Bill and Renee Honea at #1 Bail Bonds in Huntsville, Ala. They have a growing stack of jumps, and Bill has tracked one desperate woman to a small suburb outside of Denver, Colo. Dog and the team are on a mission to find the fugitive and fly her back to Alabama, before heading to Huntsville to help Bill track a $60,000 runner with warrants for attempted murder.
This time, it's the bounty hunters who reach out to Dog and Beth. John Briggs and his crew at Western Bail Bonds need help reining in their bondsman boss, Andy Nelson. Andy is too distracted by his other businesses to give his bounty hunters the support they need, and the stack of jumps is growing fast. As Dog and Beth help capture his fugitives and whip his bounty hunters into shape, only one question remains: Will Andy learn his lesson and do what it takes to keep his crew safe?
Dog and Beth head to the wilds of Casper, Wy., to help Jeanine Beagle and the bounty hunting cowboys of Action Bail Bonds track down a dangerous Iraq War veteran gone rogue. After meeting one young fugitive who has hit rock bottom, the Chapmans organize the community to help clean up the troubled woman's life.
Leland raised his son Dakota while still a kid himself. Now Dakota is graduating from high school with honors and wants to join the family business. Eighteen-year-old Dakota claims to be a natural-born warrior, but before the Chapmans can give him his badge, he needs to prove himself on a variety of grueling tests including weapons, tactics and on one of the most exciting hunts ever on Big Island, Hawaii.
Dog, Beth and Leland travel to the great plains of Hutchinson, Kansas to meet with Barb Carithers and her team of bondswomen. As they chase down elusive fugitives, they discover that a deceitful bounty hunter may be taking advantage of Barb's kindness.
While the Chapmans are home in Hawaii trying to enjoy a short break from the road, they are called to shut down a terribly corrupt bondsman and hunt down his outstanding fugitives. They confront this bondsman, take charge of his operation and put him on a plane out of paradise back to Texas -- with a warning never to return.
Tensions in Oklahoma are high as Dog and Beth track down an elusive fugitive for bondsman Tom Trepagnier. But their work is far from over as they must reign in two more of Trepagnier's jumps while training Trep's crew and showing an Oklahoma state senator the ropes of bounty hunting.
Dog, Beth and Leland are called to Oklahoma to join up with bondsmen in Guthrie and Oklahoma City. Before they hit the road, the Chapmans head to the Rocky Mountains to hunt down a fugitive on the run from the Sooner state. Dog and Beth soon realize there is much work to be done in Oklahoma, so they extend their stay in order to help the bondsmen clean up their businesses.
The Chapmans are in Las Vegas for the Academy of Country Music Awards and the Professional Bail Agents of the United States conference. As senior vice president of PBUS, Beth tends to business with bail agents from all over the country while Dog and Leland take time away from the conference to help a local bondsman pull in several jumps in record time.
Dog, Beth and Leland help an all-femaile crew get their business back in shape.
Dog, Beth and Leland have been called to the mean streets of Los Angeles to help big-hearted bondsman Arnold who has gotten in way over his head. Arnold is on the line for a 390K payout if he doesn't hunt down a defiant fugitive. The Chapmans teach Arnold the strategies and tactics of bounty hunting in order to save his business, and how to toughen up along the way.
An urgent call from Agent J motivates Dog and Beth to travel to Jackson, Michigan to help bondsman Leo Urban track down and apprehend a $500,000 fugitive bond. It's a game of cat and mouse as the Chapmans work with Leo and his crew to track down this elusive and dangerous fugitive.
Dog, Beth and Leland travel to Albuquerque, New Mexico to visit with Tony Madrid, the founder and patriarch of the Madrid Family Bail Bonds business and a legend in the industry. Here, the Chapmans join forces with Tony and his family to promote vital bail bond and bounty hunter legislation at the State Capitol in Santa Fe. While the Madrids are a top-notch bail bonds family, they have some slippery fugitives on the loose. Dog, Beth and Leland take to the mean streets and desolate mesas of Albuquerque and help chase them down.
The Chapmans travel to the small and dusty railroad town of Clovis, New Mexico to assist Bail Bondsman Hank Bayless and his crew. Hank is itching to retire and leave the business to his daughter and granddaughter. But Hank's retirement will be put on hold until Dog, Beth, and Leland help his bounty hunters track down his two most elusive fugitives.
The Chapmans discover there is trouble for a bail bonds company in Denver. Dog, Beth and Leland jump at the chance to assist Mike Vester of Bail City Bail Bonds and his team of bounty hunters. The company has multiple fugitives on the run, but time is running out to capture two big money jumps. Vester knows he better catch them or pay a hefty price. The Chapmans are on a mission to show the Bail City crew how to reel in these big fish.
The world's most famous bounty hunters Dog and Beth Chapman have been off the air for 15 months but haven't missed a day of work. Struggling to pick up the pieces after the end of their hit TV series and the breaking apart of their family, Dog and Beth go it alone to hunt down some of their more elusive fugitives, while seeking reunion with Dog's son and prized colleague Leland. This could be the end of the family business or a whole new beginning. After having overcome a year of challenges, Dog and Beth decide to take their experience and expertise on the road to support bondsmen and bounty hunters across America.