Beth Chapman receives a special sender from the television network where she and her husband become icons.
Honchos at A & E tell TMZ … The network broadcasts a 4-hour marathon "Dog the Bounty Hunter" the next morning on Monday and ends with a screen in Beth's memory.
As you know … Beth and Duane "Dog" Chapman began to grow their glory in 2004, when A & E began broadcasting their first real show. The series has a long-term development for eight seasons, becomes nationally syndicated and even generates several divisions in other networks.
Monday begins at 4 o'clock in the morning and ends at 8 o'clock in the morning, ending with a special memory of the woman who helped the dog to turn the show into stormy success.
A & E repeats also add, "We are very sad from the loss of Beth Chapman and our thoughts are with Dog and the entire Chapman family during this difficult time."
As we reported … Beth suffered […] an emergency suffocation in her home and a Dog of Hawaii last weekend, and she was placed in a coma with a drug challenge . The doctors believed that placing Beth in a coma gave her the best shot but she was unable to recover and died on Wednesday morning . Beth's fan has already created a huge memorial to Hawaii … and now she's say goodbye once more.