Friday, February 10, 2012

Swamp people

  • Alligator hunting is easily one of the most dangerous vocations in the world. And at only one month a year in Louisiana, the Swamp People (Thu., 9 p.m.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • People across Northeast Tennessee are among the excited audience awaiting tonights Season Premier of Swamp People! This popular show about alligator hunting in the Bayou enjoys a cult following across the country.
  • (Examiner)
  • The Big Apple has been invaded by the Louisiana swamplands.
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  • Starting today, New Yorkers will be able to meet some of the stars of "Swamp People" and watch live alligators being fed in a makeshift swamp with transported cypress trees.
  • (Houma Courier)
  • PERRY -- The Great Outdoors Show at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter had lots of booths for the dedicated outdoors enthusiast: hunting, fishing, boating, camping and so forth. It also had a booth for swamp people.
  • (Macon Telegraph)
  • "The show's doing so well that people think that if they can get a little piece of the pie, a little bit of the action of 'Swamp People,' they'll do good," says "Swamp People" star Troy Landry.
  • (New York Post)
  • The History Channel showed some teeth on Sunday night after sharing their latest show Swamp People with America.
  • (Examiner)
  • The History channel and its agency, Civic Entertainment Group, have converted 5,600 square-feet of space in New York City's trendy Chelsea Market into a Louisiana swamp.
  • (Promo Magazine)
  • Stars of History hit series Swamp People will be patroling a corner of New York Citys Chelsea Market, where a veritable pop-up flooded forest is promoting Louisiana tourism and the shows Feb. 9 return for a third season.
  • (Multichannel Online)

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