Dog, Beth and their son Leland are making their return to television this Sunday on CMT. If you don't remember Dog the Bounty Hunter had a very successful series on A&E, but he made a few racial comments while he was being recorded during a family argument. Those comments ended up costing him his show on the network, well that is until now.

CMT has signed Dog and his crew back for a different kind of Bounty Hunting show and it debuts this Sunday on CMT.

Here's what it's all about.
The world's most renowned bounty hunters Dog and Beth Chapman are taking their show on the road. Joining forces with son Leland, Dog and Beth leave Hawaii to support and advise fellow bondsmen and bounty hunters across the country as they hunt down some of America's most dangerous criminals. Traveling to cities from coast to coast, the Chapmans work with local bondsmen offices and offer their years of experience to every aspect of the business -- from the process of writing bonds to the implementation of tactical tracking and hi-tech device training. With their trademark no-holds barred candor and strong belief in second chances, the Chapmans motivate and inspire the local bondsmen and bounty hunters during adrenaline-filled hunts, all the while showing their contemporaries a few new tricks along the way.