Toronto-based Cuppa Coffee has worked together with the reality show's stars Duane and Beth Chapman and their manager on the as-yet-unnamed project, which is due to debut at Mipcom in October.
Dog the Bounty Hunter, which begins its eighth season on A&E around the same time, follows the self-appointed husband and wife fugitive recovery agents in their bid to clean up the streets.
"The Chapmans are at their best when making fun of themselves. This show allows them to share in the joke by expanding their personas into an outrageous animated realm," said their manager, Alan Nevins.
Cuppa Coffee founder Adam Shaheen, who co-created the new animated series together with Brendan Russell, said it "lifts off from the A&E brand and goes humorously sideway."
"This is an animated comedy that falls somewhere between the A-Team and Team America," he added.