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TNT greenlights “APB with Troy Dunn”

U.S. cable network TNT has greenlit APB with Troy Dunn (working title), a Shed Media US series in which the titular star of The Locator attempts to track down missing persons.
November 4, 2013

U.S. cable network TNT has greenlit APB with Troy Dunn (working title), a Shed Media US series in which the titular star of The Locator attempts to track down missing persons.

In the 6 x hour-long investigation series, Dunn (pictured ab0ve) will help bring home long-lost loved ones, with the aid of a companion social media app that is exclusive to the show and allows viewers to contribute to his mission.

The show is set to premiere on January 17 at 10 p.m. EST/PST, following the season two premiere of Cold Justice. The network has invited those who want Dunn to help them locate their missing loved ones to apply here.

Dunn has been helping find long-lost friends and family members for the past 24 years, and was the star of WE tv’s The Locator from 2008 to 2010.

APB with Troy Dunn‘s executive producers are Dunn, Pamela Healey, Dan Peirson and Ted Haimes.

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