Swamp People, Season 1

Swamp People, Season 1

Swamp People

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release: 2010-08-22
  • Rate: TV-14
  • Episodes: 10
  • iTunes Price: USD 12.99
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At the outer edge of America, lies the nation's largest swamp — a hidden world where nature rules and man fights back. The way of life has changed little since Cajuns first came here in the mid-1700's, and the lost tribe who dwell here today share the fierce independence of those early pioneers, living off the land as they did. In this new series HISTORY chronicles the swampers busiest time of year — alligator season — and the risks undertaken by the unique group that makes the swamp their home. At its core, this is a story of the American spirit — these people experience first-hand how Mother Nature is a formidable foe, and only those with survival instincts honed over several generations can prevail. Episodes will follow characters like Troy Landry and Junior Edwards as they master the complex world of the swamp, using survival instincts honed over many generations.


Title Time Price
1 Big Head Bites It 43:12 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 Houdini's Last Escape 43:22 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 Troy's Gamble 42:43 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Cannibal Gator 43:37 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
5 Forces of Nature 43:21 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
6 Family Feuds 43:31 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
7 Swamp Wars 43:24 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
8 Gator Voodoo 43:13 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
9 Final Countdown 43:28 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
10 The Last Battle 43:31 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes



  • Swamp People

    By Berk newberry
  • Good 'ole louisiana

    By 'ole hunter
    Adam, you don't quite know what your talking about. I've lived here in Louisiana my whole life. The Gator population is growing out of control, we have gators like a pig farm has flies. When areas start to flood, the gators look for higher ground and they tend to find ponds and such in small neighborhoods where kids and animals like to play. Yes, when a gator gets hungry, they will eat whatever comes by. Many of dogs around here have been eatin by gators, I had one shred a fence and kill most of my hunting dogs. I've shot a many in my yard, but I always clean and eat them, it is a way of life.
  • Adam Woldrop musta been droped on his head.

    By Welcome To The Mask
    You write like you are the expert on alligators and how they regulate themselves, If this movie shows three seasons, with 6-7 hunters catching anywhere from 5-300 alligators per season, thats about 1500 a season that we see & you say that they regulate them selves. If anything that big with that many teeth is hanging around my back yard threatening to eat my kids, I'm gonna kill it as well, regulations or not, any Gator Any Size, with no respect at all in how I trap the dang thing. The highly unethical practice you speak of in your review is in fact the truth that so many people think that humans are lower than dirt & that the animals should have more rights than humans, "If the little alligator wants to eat the kids honey, then thats his right, we should just go back and worship our twigs and let them be." You Adam, are highly Savage and unethical in your practice of worshiping dirt & twigs.
  • Some Of Us Truly Live This Way

    By CarlaLSU
    Gator Control People !!!! Swamp People show the pretty side of the gator world. What you don't see are the gators that swim to our yard ponds or the gators that travel thru natural land drainages to our ditches. When hungry, a GATOR WILL EAT our dogs or our kids!!!! There's not much more than minnows in ditches and not all ponds are stocked. These gators get hungry and will take every opportunity to prey upon any food source. Our children are usually the first to encounter these roaming gators. Gator hunting is no different than deer, rabbit, squirrel, or any other wild animal hunted in the other 49 States. In South Louisiana we eat gator, along with crawfish, like Texans eat BBQ. Louisiana Gators live better lives than any other domesticated animal we eat. They live their entire lives in their own environment; until we need some more Gator Nuggets in our freezers. How can u Tree Huggers twist, "people making an honest hard living, providing a food source, and controlling what would be a deadly reptile population" in to murder and slaughter is beyond me. CITY DUDE, GET REAL!!! Enuf said on that comment. Lady watching with the children - We got a kick out of your story. GO TANNER!!! Too Cute. We have Rednecks, Redbones, City Slickers, In Betweens, but we are known for our Creoles and Cajun Troys. I love the heritage and history of Louisiana! NOW WE HAVE RAGIN CAJUNS. Shrimpers in Venice, La. The last city before the Gulf of Mexico. Everyone in Venice talks like Glenn. TALKS ONLY ;-)
  • Love it!!!

    By MandeJ
    Great show! I'm from Louisiana and love our culture...no other place like it! Great place to visit and experience new things. Love this show and everyone on it!
  • Good show!

    By 928VAL
    This show is really entertaining!!Thankful for the free episode!Im gonna buy the whole season...when I get enough money.
  • Boats

    By Best swamps
    They need a proDrive to go through all of those swamps I have one and it is awsomeeeeeeeeee it jumps flotons and goes on straight mud better than a gator tail best boat ever highly recomended.
  • Swamp People

    By Old Man Pappy
    I am from South Louisiana and this truly depicts the Cajun life style... Hard working and determined to make a living however they can... This is truly a breath of fresh air in reality television... Real Southern Americans making ends meet by the seat of their pants without government assistance... Love it...
  • best show ever

    By bramarall
    this is my favorite show ever!!!it really shows how cajuns live.
  • Best Show ever

    By Mlateralaters
    Dem alligators all up in dem booskyos, yea. great show, entertaining, suspenful, funny, what more can we ask for