'To Catch A Predator': This Is Chris Hansen In 2020

To Catch a Predator: This is Chris Hansen in 2020
June 1, 2020 - 16:01 / Anna Valenzuela Rosas

You may remember him from his groundbreaking series on Dateline, To Catch a Predator. What has he been up to since he confronted criminals head on?

Chris Hansen is one of America's favorite reporters. Remember when he teamed up with law enforcement to put away bad guys? He's still at it!

Chris Hansen attends the Calvin Klein And GE Capital Honored on October 8, 2013 in New York City.

Chris Hansen, Dateline's To Catch a Predator Host

Chris Hansen has always been an incredible investigative reporter, and he really captured the nations attention when he created To Catch a Predator. He teamed up with online watch-dog group Perverted Justice to catch grown men attempting to meet up for sex with underage children. 

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Once the predator arrived at the sting operation, he would reveal his camera crew and confront each predator. The show became so successful he eventually teamed up with local law enforcement in the 12 different cities he performed his sting operation in. Audiences tuned in for every new episode to watch Chris ask the criminals to "Have a seat" and then watch the predators be taken down and arrested.

Journalist Chris Hansen speaks onstage during the Federal Enforcement Homeland Security Foundation 2016 Ridge Awards on May 19, 2016 in New York City.

Crime Watch Daily's Chris Hansen Today

Since then he has had success on many different Crime television networks including Investigation Discovery, and even rebooting his series into Hansen VS Predator on Crime Watch Daily. Now he has his own regularly produced YouTube Channel Have A Seat With Chris Hansen where he interview victims, doctors, and other investigators to get to the truth about crimes and criminals he feels passionately about. 

Check out his YouTube series here!