Chris Hansen Is Launching A New ‘To Catch A Predator’ Series And Needs Your Help

After an eight year hiatus, Chris Hansen and the wildly entertaining pedophile investigative series “To Catch a Predator” may be making an encore.

Hansen is turning to crowd funding to fund a new hidden-camera series to capture creeps who troll for underage sex partners on the internet. The kickstarter campaign will start on April 16th and Hansen’s goal is to reach $400,000, according to the L.A. Times.

The new series will be rebranded “Hansen vs. Predator.”

Contributors to the Hansen vs. Predator kickstarter campaign will be offered incentives such as logo-emblazoned t-shirts, a coffee mug, or a private screening with Hansen and his crew.

Hansen states,

“When we did it before, there were chat rooms on AOL and Yahoo. Now there are 22 ways to communicate online.”

Hansen’s suffocating smugness coupled with the idiocy of these mouth-breathing creeps is a winning formula. Hansen manages to make a very disturbing topic downright hilarious at times with his incessant interrogations that lead to some of the off-the-wall responses from these scumbags. Here’s a collection of the most entertaining moments:


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