FAQ – Swamp People

Here are frequently asked questions that you may or may not have about the ‘Swamp People’ show & cast members. I will add to this list as more are asked. If you have a question, please feel free to e-mail me. Thanks!

When did the show air?
August 22, 2010

Where is the show filmed?
All over South Louisiana

What is the show about?
Swampers and hunters of all backgrounds and how they make a living off the land, by mostly hunting alligators.

What channel does the show air on?
The History Channel. Check your local listings.

Is Swamp People shown in other countries?
Yes, these are the countries I know of: Canada, the UK (England), and Australia.

I missed a couple of episodes, where can I watch or download them?
HistoryChannel.com, Comcast/Xfinity, and other cable providers.

How many seasons are there?

Why do the cast members… wear the same thing?
As told by Troy, it’s because for editing purposes.

Where can I go to find out where they (the cast) will be visiting next?
I only post the major events where they will be at (i.e. Jazz Fest in New Orleans), for other individual dates, please refer to their official website, which I have listed under “Calendar of Events”.

What is Troy saying when he says “Choo’tem”!?
Shoot him!

What is the official website and social networking accounts for the show?
HistoryChannel.com/SwampPeople, Facebook.com/SwampPeople, & @HistoryChannel.

Official websites and social networking accounts of the cast?
I have the official websites listed on the side under “Official Links”, for an extensive list, click here.

Who are the Cajuns?
Cajuns are an ethnic group mainly living in the U.S. state of Louisiana, consisting of the descendants of Acadian exiles (French-speakers from Acadia in what are now the Canadian Maritimes). Today, the Cajuns make up a significant portion of south Louisiana’s population, and have exerted an enormous impact on the state’s culture. For more information, click here.

What nationality are RJ & Jay Paul?
They are Native Americans of the Houma Tribe.

What does “kee-tah” mean?
What you got?