'Wheel of Fugitive' host and Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey might be getting his own show on A&E

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Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, the self-described "most politically incorrect sheriff in the country" is reportedly in talks with A&E for his own television show.

According to WESH, Ivey says he's negotiating with A&E to bring something similar to his "Wheel of Fugitive" Facebook segment to cable TV.

If what Ivey says is correct, that means A&E, home of quality programs like Duck Dynasty, Hoarders, and Dog the Bounty Hunter, is considering paying Ivey with actual money.



If you're unfamiliar with his "Wheel of Fugitive" Facebook segment, it's essentially where he takes pictures of suspects and uses them as game show fodder similar to Wheel of Fortune.

Ivey, as you might remember, is the same guy who posted that video calling for armed vigilantes in Florida to fight ISIS, and he's also the guy that said Pulse victims should have tried harder at fighting back.

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