Manufacturer: A&E Home Video
Brand: HarperCollins Christian Pub.
In Season 2, Volume 1, of the hit series "Duck Dynasty" on A&E, Louisiana's bearded, camouflage-clad millionaires continue to live out the American dream while staying true to their rugged outdoorsman lifestyle and Southern roots. Ask anyone in Louisiana and they'll tell you that the bayou state's favorite first family doesn't live in the governor's mansion but in the backwoods, where the Robertsons' rags -to-riches story is still unfolding. A homegrown mom-and-pop operation, Duck Commander has become a sporting empire by fabricating top-of-the- line duck calls and decoys out of salvaged swamp wood. This newly-minted multimillionaire family is kept in line by business-savvy Willie, who runs Duck Commander with the help of his brother Jase, their respective wives Korie and Missy, patriarch and founder of the company, Phil, and uncle Si. Together they run a booming business that employs half their neighborhood, but at the end of the day you can find the whole family around matriarch Miss Kay's dinner table. Each episode brings a new set of challenges, met with a special brand of Southern know-how and a down-home sense of humor. These are heady times for the wild and woolly Robertson clan, stars of Duck Dynasty, A&E's "redneck reality" series. Willie, CEO of the family's duck-call manufacturing business, reports that he was able to hire 40 new employees after their successful first season. When pop singer Morrissey, calling them "animal serial killers," refused to appear on Jimm...
The cast of the television series MythBusters perform experiments to verify or debunk urban legends, old wives' tales, and the like. Various myths are tested on the show as well as the results of the experiments (the myths are Busted, Plausible, or Confirmed).
Manufacturer: Discovery Channel
Brand: GAIAM INTERNATIONAL
Think the days of bootleggers, backwoods stills and 'white lightning' are over? Not a chance! It's a multi-million dollar industry. But perhaps more importantly to the moonshiners, it's a tradition dating back hundreds of years, passed down to them from their forefathers. It's part of their history and culture. While this practice is surprisingly alive and well, it's not always legal.Discovery Channel's all-new series MOONSHINERS tells the story of those who brew their shine - often in the woods near their homes using camouflaged equipment - and the local authorities who try to keep them honest. Viewers will witness practices rarely, if ever, seen on television including the sacred rite of passage for a moonshiner - firing up the still for the first time. They will also meet legends, including notorious moonshiner Marvin 'Popcorn' Sutton.