Swamp People Season 8 officially ended after Thursday’s Swamp People Everglades premiere. Like so many of you, I didn’t want this season to end. There were so, so many great and unforgettable moments that happened. And despite the trials of the gator hunting season, all teams successfully tagged out.
After the demands of many beloved fans calling for its return after Season 7 was due to be the last of the series, Season 8 came back strong and with a bang – and the ratings proved so. During its Febuary 16th premiere, the show landed on top scoring two back-to-back 0.6 ratings, drawing in a total of 2.5 million viewers. The finale special, which also featured two back-to-back episodes, ranked 2nd & 3rd in viewership with 2m viewers for each watching. Both episodes scored 0.5! These ratings are a GREAT sign for Season 9.
Thanks to all of the Swampers and their families, Team Swamp People, Original Media, and HISTORY for another awesome season! We can’t wait to see what you guys have in store for us for the upcoming seasons.
Other News Bits
• All of Season 8 + Swamp People Everglades is now available to watch online, On-Demand through your cable providers, and provider apps.
• For episode reviews, visit the Monsters & Critics Swamp People Archives.
• If you’re traveling to Louisiana for the summer and you’re looking to take in the Bayou state’s vast flora and fauna – as well as be able to tour with one of the cast member’s of the show, Joey Edgar and Bruce Mitchell are now offering Swamp Tours.
• Also, please refer to these links if you want to book any of the swampers for events or wish to contact them. Information will be provided on their websites and social media pages. In addition to this, their social media pages are also updated with their upcoming appearances.
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