The reality star - real name Duane Chapman - starred in an A&E series for eight years, but the show - which saw him and his family hunt down fugitives from the law - was axed by the cable network in June.
However, CMT has now ordered ten episodes of a new show based around Chapman, simply titled Dog, according to Deadline.
The show's format will see Dog and wife Beth advise other bail bondsmen on how to improve both their business and bounty hunting skills, with CMT promising "action-packed, adrenaline-fuelled adventure".
"We were aggressive in our pursuit of a show featuring Dog and Beth, one of the most bankable teams in television history," said CMT's Jayson Dinsmore. "Dog and Beth are not only great television characters, they are the best bounty hunters in the world, and this show is a natural evolution of their life story."
After the original Dog the Bounty Hunter series was cancelled, Chapman was rumoured to be under consideration for Channel 4's Celebrity Big Brother but was ultimately denied a UK visa as a result of a previous conviction.
Dog is planned to begin production in early 2013 for a spring/summer premiere on CMT.
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Watch clips from Dog the Bounty Hunter below: