Swamp People: Season 1

Episodes

# Air Date Title
1 Aug 22
2010

Big Head Bites It

Master hunter Junior Edwards and his older son, Willie, make special weapons and specially designed hooks; Trapper Joe L’enfant and his stepson Tommy, hit the marshlands,…

2 Aug 29
2010

Houdini's Last Escape

Troy enters cypress groves in search of a monster gator that’s escaped his traps for years; Junior enters a different kind of foreign territory as he reluctantly hosts th…

3 Sep 05
2010

Troy's Gamble

Troy desperately needs to find a new honey hole; Joe and Tommy contend with their own greenhorn; the Kliebard family shows they don’t need the aid of computers or a facto…

4 Sep 12
2010

Cannibal Gator

Joe and Tommy come up against the notorious cannibal gator they call, Godzilla; Mike tries to pass down his vast swamp knowledge to his son T-Mike; Troy’s lines are empty…

5 Sep 19
2010

Forces of Nature

A cold spell is coming that could end the season early, putting the gator hunters in a race against time to beat the storm.

6 Sep 26
2010

Family Feuds

Halfway through the alligator season stress is taking a toll on families throughout the swamp; Joe and Tommy fight, frustrating Troy; Howard McCrea tracks a deadly gator.

7 Oct 10
2010

Swamp Wars

As the the end of gator season approaches, Tommy and Joe have a poacher after their catch; Junior and Willie try different ways to earn cash.

8 Oct 17
2010

Gator Voodoo

With a week left in the season, the gators have mysteriously stopped biting; swampers fight back with their own tried-and-true tactics as well as some new territories.

9 Oct 24
2010

Final Countdown

It’s the final two days of alligator season. There are still a lot of gators to catch, not the least of which is the big daddy of all cannibal gators, the one known as th…

10 Oct 31
2010

The Last Battle

With just a few days left in the season, the pressure’s intensifying. Can the swampers “tag out” in time?

About Swamp People

Deep in the heart of Louisiana lies America’s largest swamp–a million miles of inhospitable bayous, marshes and wetlands where nature rules and humans struggle to tame it. Many of its inhabitants are the hardened descendants of French refugees who were forced out of Canada in the 18th century and settled in this harsh yet majestic environment. Today, these people are known as the Cajuns, a group renowned throughout the world for their flavorful cuisine, distinctive music and vibrant culture. Resilient, self-reliant and fiercely independent, the Cajuns of the Atchafalaya Swamp still carry on many of their ancestors’ trades and traditions.

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