The 2nd season of Dog the Bounty Hunter's spin-off series Dog's Most Wanted has been cancelled months after Duane "Dog" Chapman months proposed to his mistress during an appearance on Dr. Oz.
Season 1 aired on WGN America from September to November 2019, and documented Chapman and his wife Beth during her final days before her death from cancer last year.
The news comes months after Chapman proposed to Beth's best friend, Moon Angell, on Dr. Oz's show, but the couple reportedly aren't engaged.
Angell told Dr. Oz that Chapman "ordered" her to move her clothes into Beth's closet and to move Beth's things out. "It wasn't a negative thing," Angell said, adding that he would smell Beth on her clothes and sit in the closet and cry.
The engagement hurt Chapman's 32-year-old daughter, Lyssa Chapman, who complained that Angell dated her brother before she started dating Chapman.
"If you went to your mothers closet and saw she moved all her clothes and replaced them with her own, what would you do," Lyssa tweeted in January.
Chapman previously denied reports that he cheated on Beth while she battled cancer and while she lay on her death bed.
The scandal proved too sordid for WGN.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper the show wouldn't be returning for a second outing: "WGN called Dog last week to tell him the show was canceled.
"He would absolutely have loved to make a second season of the show so is obviously disappointed,"
The couple married in 2006 after nearly a decade together. She and Duane share three children, while the 66-year-old has a total of 12 kids from four marriages.