TNT Greenlights Missing Persons Reality Series ‘APB’

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Series will feature missing-persons expert reuniting lost loved ones with their families

TNT is hoping to find an audience for a new show about missing persons.

The cable network has given the green light to a new reality series featuring “The Locator” alum Troy Dunn (pictured), who’s billed as the nation’s foremost expert in locating and reuniting long-lost persons.

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The series, which bears the working title “APB With Troy Dunn,” will depict Dunn using his expertise and experience to help those desperate to bring missing loved ones home.

In a modern twist, the show will also employ a social media app that will allow viewers to contribute to Dunn’s efforts.

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The six-episode series will premiere Jan, 17 at 10 p.m., following the Season 2 premiere of TNT’s investigative reality series “Cold Justice.”  Shed Media US (“Who Do You Think You Are?,” “The Real Housewives of New York City”) is producing, with Dunn, Pamela Healey, Dan Peirson and Ted Haimes (“The Locator”) executive producing.

Those wishing for Dunn to help find their missing loved ones can submit their information here.