‘America’s Most Wanted’ Goes on ‘Biggest Manhunt of the Year’

by | October 14, 2011 at 10:45 AM | TV News

John Walsh (Fox)

John Walsh (Fox)

John Walsh will be back on Fox with a new “America’s Most Wanted” special to air Halloween weekend.

The two-hour special, called “50 Fugitives 50 States,” is scheduled to air Saturday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m. on Fox, the network announced Friday.

In the release, Fox says the show will feature “a nationwide round-up of the country’s worst criminals” and travel coast-to-coast on “the biggest manhunt of the year.”

Walsh’s first stop is Montana, where authorities are searching for a former militia leader, and then he heads to the Diplomatic Security Command Center in Arlington, VA, which monitors and reports information regarding threats against U.S. diplomatic missions worldwide.

Lifetime picked up “America’s Most Wanted” as a regular series after Fox let go of the weekly series, committing to only a series of specials a few times a year.

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