Skip to comments.'To Catch a Predator' host Chris Hansen dumped by NBC after 20 years
Posted on 08/06/2013 2:38:11 AM PDT by SMGFan
No more catching predators for Chris Hansen.
The host of the controversial reality show "To Catch a Predator" got the boot after NBC stated it would not renew his contract after 20 years on air, according to a news report.
Coincidently, the announcement comes just weeks after photos surfaced of Hansen, a married father-of-two, smooching his ex-mistress Kristyn Caddell.
Chris has been a valued member of the team and we thank him for his many contributions to Dateline and NBC News over the last 20 years, NBC told TV Guide Magazine. We wish him the very best.
(Excerpt) Read more at nypost.com ...
he needs a song.
NBC used Hansen to question Republican presidential candidates during a televised debate some years ago....
At least a catch phrase...”Why don’t you have a tweet over here...”
A lot of the cases were thrown out as entrapment from what I heard. Some times you could almost feel sorry for them. Still, there’s some part of me that enjoyed seeing the blood drain from the faces of pedophiles upon seeing Chris Hanson make a surprise appearance.
is this the guy who liked to visit the set of “Girls” and watch his daughter do love scenes?
That was Brian Williams IIRC
Gagh! Matt Lauer. NOT Williams.
All these NBCers look alike to me.
If he covered “Man’s Country” club in Obama’s Chicago and reported on that homosexual scandal, he would have had ratings.
----"The Weiner Whip-Out Cavalcade"----
....to spotlight nude congressional sex maniacs, sexting tweeters, flashers in raincoats, etc.... (cackle)
Thanks - it just seemed right. (Not my work, for the record.)
He probably engaged in some detestable practice....maybe he was caught reading the Bible, attending a Bible-believing house of worship, or refusing to sign a “congratulations” card for two homosexuals’ union.
No, he was caught cheating on his wife.
Why? Was he getting too close to catching obama?
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