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Expert in Tracing Missing Persons to Host 'APB with Troy Dunn'



Premiering Friday, January 17, the new TNT investigation series features the titular host using his expertise in answering the pleas of those who are desperate to bring home long-lost loved ones from around the nation.



"APB with Troy Dunn" host
APB with Troy Dunn hostNovember 4, 2013

Troy Dunn
Troy Dunn
Troy Dunn - © TNT
Troy Dunn
Troy Dunn
Troy Dunn - © TNT
TNT has greenlit "APB with Troy Dunn" (working title), a new investigation series featuring Troy Dunn ("The Locator"), the nation's foremost expert in locating and reuniting long-lost persons. TNT has ordered six episodes of the unscripted program, which will incorporate a new social media app designed to help bring loved ones back together. "APB with Troy Dunn" comes to TNT from Shed Media US ("Who Do You Think You Are?," "The Real Housewives of New York City"), with Troy Dunn, Pamela Healey, Dan Peirson and Ted Haimes ("The Locator," "Aftermath with William Shatner") serving as executive producers. The show is slated to premiere Friday, January 17, at 10 p.m. (ET/PT), following the season-two premiere of TNT's real-life investigation series "Cold Justice."

In each hour-long episode of "APB with Troy Dunn," Troy will use his expertise and experience in answering the pleas of those who are desperate to bring home long-lost loved ones from around the nation. He's also going to call upon America to get involved in the search. With a new social media app powered by technology exclusive to the show, viewers at home will be able to contribute to Troy's mission of bringing families and loved ones back together.

In 1990, Troy Dunn helped his mother (who was adopted as a baby) locate her own biological family. That single event caused him and his then-partner to build an organization that did one thing — help people reunite with long lost friends and family members. Over the past 24 years, Troy and his team have assisted thousands of people worldwide in doing just that. He launched his own website, TroyTheLocator.com, to help even more people in their pursuit of a long lost friend and family member. From 2008 to 2010, Troy starred in the series "The Locator." He is also the author of the book It's "Never Too Late: Lessons for Life from The Locator."