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Swamp People: Season One

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Season one of SWAMP PEOPLE takes you on a journey to the bayous and swamplands of America's southern heartland to witness a group of people that live on the fringes of society. They are the swamp people, and their distinct culture has its roots in the early days of America's expansion westward. The descendants of moonshiners, immigrant railroad workers and early settlers, the swamp people have inherited a legacy of self-reliance and anti-establishment values that make them true American originals, hidden from the view of the mainstream. HISTORY follows these swampers through a time of year that is crucial to their survival: alligator hunting season. At its core, this is a uniquely American story of a proud and skillful people fighting to maintain an ancient way of life in a rapidly modernizing world, despite the many perils and trials that stand in their way.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Swamp People - Season 1 March 6 2012
Format:DVD
Very happy I purchased Season 1, I originally started watching this show in season 2 out of curiosity. Season 2 was also excellent, so good that I chose to order season 1. It is an interesting look at how the locals earn a good portion of their yearly income. With out a doubt these are some of the toughest people on the planet, with an unquestionably dangerous job. The series is well produced. I find the featured characters intelligent, strong and very proud of their chosen way of life. Looking forward to season 3
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome show!!! Sept. 19 2011
By mjf
Format:DVD
It was an awesome and intense show. I really enjoyed this season and look forward to Season 2!!! I recommend it to others that like this kind of entertainment.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best show period! March 28 2011
By Willbeoutdoors - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This show is just awesome! All of the people are very personable and the show is filled with action. They have a very unique culture down in the bayou and kudos to The History Channel for bringing it to the rest of us. Now days it seems like TV networks just copy one another when it comes to creating reality shows and it get's old quick. At least The History Channel got original and it payed off, big time! I can't wait for season 2, I hope this show continues for a long time.
23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Show that tells of how we can survive off the land March 18 2011
By BronsonC - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
When I first saw the previews for this show I thought to myself that this would be a pretty neat show. Well I was blown away by how awesome it was and how intense it got. Maybe, Alligator hunting is not for everyone but the bonding a father and a son can have with each other can never be any better when your fishing or hunting and having to depend on each other each playing important roles. Being a country boy myself growing up hunting boars and spending time with the family is a bond that should never be broken.
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cajun to the Core May 31 2011
By Texas Boomer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I was born and raised in North Louisiana. I know that (as Texas Tourism Folks Like To Say) South Louisiana is whole other Country and a far cry from the red clay hills of North Louisiana but traveling the state with my parents during my youth gave me an opportunity to experience the cajun way of life.

Bottom Line.... This is a very entertaining series and certainly worth the price of the first season dvd's. For 11.00 you get ten episodes that will let you see what making a living from America's Largest Swamp is like. Thank You History Channel for making this program possible.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I wish you luck! Dec 24 2011
By The Stinker - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
As Willie says in his bio, few people can or would want to hunt down the monsters in the bayou, but if you think you can, come on down....I wish you luck. This is my favorite new show on t.v. much to the chagrin of my wife. The cajuns are a special breed, when it comes to outdoors and wildlife. They remind me a lot of the Aussies. Troy has the most personality, Willie may be perhaps the most cajun...running around in that swamp, at night, alone, reaching into grass and pulling out deadly snakes to make a few bucks. Hello? The two brothers are funny, but I dont believe I'd spend the night. From Lisbeth to JPaul, Bruce and virtually every member of the show, thank you for great entertainment. Stay careful out there, so we dont film gator bait from a treeshaka. Choot im lizbeth!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Review from a Cajun's perspective April 13 2013
By CajunKhan - Published on Amazon.com
It's odd watching this, as some of it is familiar, yet other parts as clearly Hollywooded up. For example, the scene where the guy shoots the aligator in the back of the head with a large shotgun is described as doing so because that's it's one vulnerable spot. In fact I used to use a nine-shot .22 revolver to finish the aligators as a child, and the placement of the shot was mainly about not spoiling the skin rather than because the animal is indestructable anywhere else. The show makes it sound like aligators are terminators with one kryptonite spot and that's just not true. They are animals and as fragile as any large animal. Honestly I was bored senseless helping my father do this as a child. Actually doing that work is about as adventurous as working in a cattle-slaugherhouse. Hallelujah for a college education. Haven't had to do that stuff since my early teens and I don't miss it in the slightest.
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