Alfred Haber brings 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' to Cannes

MUMBAI: Alfred Haber Distribution, Inc., distributor of one of the largest catalogues of music, variety and reality programming produced for US broadcast networks, is bringing the Dog The Bounty Hunter to Cannes during MIPCOM. Fresh from its astounding debut on A&E in the US, Dog The Bounty Hunter is now available for international broadcast.


Following the real life adventures of modern day bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, this dynamic new reality series has premiered with over three million viewers per episode, the majority in A&E's target demo of adults 25-54. Heralded for chasing down and capturing more than 6,000 bail-jumpers, Dog Chapman garnered worldwide media attention in 2003 for his inexhaustible efforts in tracking down millionaire fugitive Andrew Luster, heir to the Max Factor fortune, after he fled the US to avoid prosecution for date rape.



Balancing his hard-edge professional life of stalking criminals all over the world with the rigors of a tumultuous family life, including raising his twelve children, Dog the Bounty Hunter brings a whole new level of excitement to reality television while adding a dramatic twist to the dreaded words, "You're under arrest." The company will be represented at the market by Alfred Haber and executive vice president Robert Kennedy.

Alfred Haber Distribution, Inc., was established more than 35 years ago as a supplier of series, mini-series and made-for-television motion pictures for the domestic and international television marketplace. During this period, the company has expanded its reach to become the world's largest distributor of US Network (CBS, ABC, NBC and FOX) awards, music, variety and reality specials.

The company currently represents more than 1,000 hours of programming from over 200 of the world's most creative television producers, spanning the genres of award shows, music events, documentaries, variety specials, wildlife programs and holiday celebrations, as well as series, mini-series and made-for-television motion pictures.

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