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In a world where people live by Cajun justice, the Sheriff is like a king, and voodoo is practiced, they are the police. The detectives and deputies of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Department are the guardians charged with serving and protecting this one-of-a-kind terrain. Forty five miles south of New Orleans and covering 2,000 square miles of treacherous swampland, the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Department investigates thousands of criminal incidents every year. But this is no ordinary cop show. With the fiery personalities of the local Cajuns and the uniqueness of the Louisiana justice system, there’s no such thing as a routine police call. Whether it's a creepy sighting of the Rougarou (‘shape-shifting swamp monster’), a distressed neighbor reporting a stolen air-conditioner during a heat wave, or a lead on the gruesome local serial killer case, the deeper into the sticky swampland they delve, the stranger and more mysterious the calls become. Deep in the remote bayou, certain residents think the rules don’t apply to them and are more than willing to fight back. As the heat and humidity rises, so does the crime rate and bizarre behavior.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBayou Busted||Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois is the most powerful man in town--overseeing the investigation of every strange and eerie occurrence in the region. In this episode, his deputies deal with a wide range of cases you'll only see in Cajun country: Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal, originally from Massachusetts, responds to the report of a nighttime voodoo ritual taking place in abandoned shed deep in the bayou; Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux delves into a case of an ornery citizen who plans to take justice into his own hands after his air conditioner was snitched during a heat wave, and Sheriff Bourgeois and his entire team are on the hunt for an elusive drug dealer known as "Jesse James" that takes them all into the creepy, creature-infested swamps.||21:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCatfish and Gators||In Southern Louisiana, alligators are just a part of everyday life. When a vicious alligator attacks a family's dog, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal must call in the services of her alligator hunter boyfriend, Jacob Lirette, known as the "Gator Man", to handle the threat. The sheriff's office also gets a new lead on a suspect from a major local theft ring, and their hunt takes them on a dramatic chase through the razor-like sugar cane fields. Also, water patrol officers "Funkie Nuts" and "DJ" are sent out in the dead of night to one of the strangest and eeriest bayou calls they've ever seen.||21:05||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGrave Robbery||Aboveground crypts in Terrebonne Parish are just part of the landscape, because with frequent flooding, you can't bury bodies in the ground. These tombs are vulnerable to vandalism and theft. In this episode, Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux responds to a cemetery caretaker's complaint of several grave robberies. It turns out that multiple crypts were opened and the corpses disturbed; a skull seems to be missing along with a necklace. The entire department is on high alert to catch these ruthless thieves, and extra night patrols are set up to monitor the creepy graveyards. Deputy Keith Bergeron and California transplant Deputy Tom Arnold are called to the scene of an eerie disturbance; a "black arts" ritual that might just answer all of the unsettling questions about the grave robbery.||20:42||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFull Moon Madness||The strangest and eeriest calls on the bayou happen at night, especially when a full moon shines overhead. Detective Terry Daigre has been trying to track down a gang of thieves that are preying on empty camps in the deep bayou, and when Sgt. Dudley "DJ" Authement calls him with a fresh lead on the night of the full moon, it's the first clue that leads to a wild and action-packed manhunt. Also, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal gets the strangest call of the night when she's dispatched to a horse stable where all of the horses manes and tails have been braided. The distraught woman who called in the complaint believes it's the work of the "Lutin," a mischievous spirit of an un-baptized baby ghost.||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoA Real Drag||After a violent boating accident, Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois joins forces with multiple agencies to recover a boat, and possibly a body, from the murky depths of the Mississippi waters. Meanwhile, Deputy Keith Bergeron and Sgt. Dudley DJ Authement, both raised on the bayou, head deep into the swamps in the middle of the night to investigate a hair-raising sighting of the legendary Rougarou, the local name for a "shape-shifting swamp monster." When the witness hands over video of the half-man, half-wolf creature prowling the weeds behind his camp, the officers have no choice but to explore the very woods where the mysterious beast disappeared. The next morning, Deputy Bergeron puts two and two together when he is called to the scene of a mutilated calf near where the Cajun swamp monster vanished.||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCursed||The rich culture of Southern Louisiana is steeped with Cajun folklore and superstition. Weeks earlier, Deputy Tom Arnold was cursed by a suspect, and this comes to haunt the former California native; he must face the fact that this voodoo curse is affecting him. After grappling with one mishap after another, Tom seeks the help of a voodoo priestess to see if she can cure him once and for all. Down the bayou, a "Hatfields and McCoys" type dispute between local shrimpers escalates out of control. Lt. Merlin Daigle and Sgt. Dudley "DJ" Authement struggle to piece together the truth from two very different sides of the story. When one of the shrimper's boats catches fire that same evening, Lt. Daigle must determine whether it's a case of retaliation or if the shrimper is dealing with a curse of his own.||21:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBone in My Swamp||The Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office has to be ready for anything. In this episode, Deputy Storm Fitch heads to the docks to meet with a shrimper who believes he's caught a human bone in his shrimp net. Could a murderer be dumping bodies in the swamp? Jacob "Funkie Nuts" Fonseca must break up an explosive battle between a volatile Cajun and his nephew over his crab traps. And water patrol deputies investigate a report of a strange ball of light following a shrimper's troll boat. Could this be the legendary "Fifolet?||20:58||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPoached||In Terrebonne Parish, the local Cajuns are extremely territorial and very protective of their property. In this episode, New Orleans transplant Corporal Carey "CJ" Johnson is dispatched deep into the bayou to sort out a heated dispute between two combative neighbors. He discovers that this ongoing squabble goes much deeper than just a fight over property lines. Also, Sgt. Dudley "DJ" Authement calls in the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, and together they come up with a creative plan to catch two dangerous alligator poachers red-handed in the middle of the swamp.||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGator Man's Law||Terrebonne Parish nuisance alligator hunter Jacob Lirette has only a few precious tools he needs to catch and transport alligators - his fishing pole, his guns, and his truck. When a neighbor alerts him of suspicious activity around his property, he calls in his girlfriend, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal to help him investigate. Thieves have stolen Lirette's precious guns out of his storage shack, and by the looks of the way other items are piled up, they're probably coming back. When the robbers do return, they have no idea they're in for a taste of gatorman's justice. Also, Corporal Storm Fitch stumbles upon an abandoned car in the marsh just off an eerie and haunted bayou road. Could there still be a body inside?||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHunt for the Swamp Monster||The local shrimpers in Terrebonne Parish are notorious for handling their own problems and don't like interference from the cops. However, when Sgt. Dudley "DJ" Authement gets a call about a disturbance on a shrimping vessel, he has to call in the SWAT team when he realizes the captain has taken a deckhand hostage and is trying to escape through the bayou's waterways. Also, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal tries to get to the bottom of a fight between two shrimpers, but both are tight-lipped and won't confess to the scuffle that left one of the fishermen with a nearly severed finger. And Deputy Tom Arnold investigates a disturbance in the deep woods, ultimately confronting two teenage boys who are placing bait and setting traps to bag the ultimate prize.||21:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMardi Gras||Mardi Gras is the biggest party of the year in Southern Louisiana, and it doesn't just happen in New Orleans. Terrebonne Parish is home to the second biggest Mardi Gras in the state, which means the deputies are working around the clock. Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux is dispatched to a routine alarm call at a warehouse only to find out that an expensive sound system has been snatched from a high-profile Mardi Gras float. He passes the case onto Detective Lt. Terry Daigre who gets a hot lead and sets up a stakeout a local bar. When the suspect comes in to the bar trying to sell the sound system, Daigre gets ready to pounce. Also, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal tries to settle a dispute between an estranged husband and wife who are disputing over their Mardi Gras beads, and Deputy Keith Bergeron must settle down the rowdy riders of a party bus.||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Great Swamp Escape||In Terrebonne Parish, shrimping season is about to get underway as fisherman are getting their trawl boats ready and stretching out their nets. Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux and Deputy Leanne Fitch are dispatched to an alarm call at a warehouse in Shrimper's Row, and they find that several expensive shrimp nets have been stolen. A tip leads them to a suspect, but when Deputy Thibodeaux realizes the suspect's nephew is the real culprit, the nephew bolts and disappears in the murky waters of the bayou. After hours of searching, it's getting dark and the boy still can't be located. Could he have possibly pulled off an unbelievable swamp escape? Also, Deputy Keith Bergeron helps a woman who believes her and her mother were scammed by a fraudulent faith healer, or what the Cajuns call a "treateur.||21:02||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGeaux Speed Racers||Terrebonne Parish can be a tough place for teenagers to find weekend entertainment, so deputies will investigate all sorts of calls involving the bayou's most troublesome kids. Corporal Storm Fitch and his brother, Deputy Steam Fitch team together to bust teens illegally street racing down the bayous. Street racing in Southern Louisiana is even more dangerous than other places because one wrong move on the water-lined bayou roads and a driver will be trapped in a sinking car. Also, Deputy Marlin Meeks is dispatched to a disturbance at an old, and rumored to be, haunted plantation house. Centuries ago, entire families died in these houses and were buried on the premises. And Lt. Peter Guidry is dispatched to an eerie call of someone yelling death threats with a bullhorn down the bayou.||21:03||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBayou Biker Thieves||Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Deputies see their fair share of petty theft down the bayous. However, for the past two years, an organized ring of motorcycle thieves has been striking every six months, stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of motorcycles in a single night. When Deputy Keith Bergeron gets a call for a stolen motorcycle, he thinks the organized thieves are at it again. With the help of Detective Lt. Terry Daigre, the two officers investigate. Also, Deputy Marlin Meeks meets with a woman who's distraught because she thinks she's hit a pedestrian on the roadway. She says the pedestrian was wearing a bridal gown, but Deputy Meeks can't find evidence of the accident. Could this be the bayou's legendary haunted tale of the "the woman in white"? And Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux arrives at the scene of two young women scrambling to get out of their automobile after it careens into the bayou and has started sinking into the mud below.||21:05||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBayou Beasts||Down the bayous of Terrebonne Parish, the deputies have to be ready for surprises at every turn. When Lt. Peter Guidry is dispatched to a property full of man-made booby traps, including trip wires and bear traps, he gets an even bigger shock when he finds a tied-up gator acting as the property's guard dog. Guidry must figure out how to handle the property owner and the pesky gator. Also, two residents fight over an unlikely prize; a wild hog killed on the roadway during a road kill accident. Deputy LeeAnn Fitch is dispatched to try to figure out who ultimately gets to keep the kill and live high on the hog. And Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux tries to solve the theft of a local resident's goat.||21:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|17||HDClosed CaptioningVideoSwamp Manhunt||In this episode, an armed and dangerous fugitive from another parish tries to make his escape in the swamps of Terrebonne, and the SWAT team, including Det. Lt. Terry Daigre and Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux, is dispatched to find and apprehend him. After hours wading in the snake and alligator infested waters, they think they're on the right trail, but what they don't know, is the dangerous suspect might also be hunting them. Corporal Storm Fitch is called down the bayou to sort out a strange case of a stolen lawn mower, and Deputy Paul "Highlights" Thibodeaux reveals a very personal secret that has helped shape the person he is today.||21:09||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|18||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBug Off||In Southern Louisiana, the mosquito problem is so rampant and the annoying pests can get so big, the locals will often say the mosquito is the "state bird." Deputy Tom Arnold is called down the bayou to investigate a man disturbing his neighbors. The suspect, who is not a Cajun, is literally being driven crazy by mosquitoes and is trying the most outrageous methods to eradicate the annoying insects. Deputy Arnold tries repeatedly to get the suspect to give up the futile battle, but the man goes too far and puts the entire neighborhood in jeopardy. Deputy Keith Bergeron is dispatched to a creepy bayou mansion where a woman believes a noise in her attic is the haunting of the legendary "Lady Long Fingers." And Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintalencounters encounters the craziest Cajun she's ever met when she's dispatched to talk with a woman accusing her next door neighbor of poisoning her dog.||21:08||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|19||HDClosed CaptioningVideoNot a Moment Too Soon||Cajuns' passion is part of what makes them so fascinating and unique. However, this passion is also alive and well in a Cajun's temper and it can cause fiery run-ins with the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office. Lt. Peter Guidry and Deputy LeAnn Fitch are hot on the trail of an armed man who has threatened his wife and the man he suspects she is having an affair with. Also, Deputy Melissa Quintal must navigate an eerie cemetery in the dead of night to find a runaway child||21:09||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|20||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBourgeois' Last Stand, Pt. 1||Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois is only weeks away from retirement, but he's making it his mission to take down a major copper theft ring that's been terrorizing his parish. After Detective Lt. Terry Daigre interrogates a copper thief suspect from a previous arrest, the suspect gives up vital information that the ringleader and two cohorts from the theft ring are planning to steal copper from a huge warehouse down the bayou. The department springs into action trying to prepare for the bust. Also, Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal tries to sort out a strange case of theft of an expensive "privy bottle". Catfish is shocked and somewhat disgusted to find out that privy bottles are found at the base of old outhouse holes. And Lt. Peter Guidry and Sgt. Dudley "DJ" Authement investigate a case of shots fired in the middle of the swamps in the dead of night.||20:34||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|21||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBourgeois' Last Stand Pt. 2||Sheriff Vernon Bourgeois' time as sheriff is finally coming to an end, but he won't be satisfied retiring until he catches the leader of a very elusive copper theft ring. They had the main suspect in their grasps, but the previous bust didn't yield the results they had hoped, and Bourgeois is more determined than ever to nab him. Deputy Melissa "Catfish" Quintal turns a disappointing birthday dinner with her gator man into an exciting gator hunting adventure in the swamps, and in the creepiest call yet, a man captures a creature in his barn that he is convinced is the elusive swamp creature, the "rougarou".||20:19||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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My family on dads side are from Bunkie, LA. I spent a couple of summers there and various places in LA. My dads family are cajuns and watching this is like old days. Love it! I will be buying the season for sure.