Back with more bite...
A&E'S "BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR" RETURNS FOR AN ALL-NEW SEASON
SEASON TWO OF THE HIT REAL-LIFE SERIES PREMIERES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 AT 10:30PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY, FEBRUARY 12, 2010 � A&E's hit real-life series "Billy The Exterminator" (previously titled "The Exterminators") returns for an all-new season of creepy, crawly on-the-job adventures, beginning Wednesday, March 10 at 10:30pm ET/PT. Twenty new half-hour episodes follow Billy Bretherton and his family who make up Vexcon, one of Louisiana's busiest pest removal companies, as they balance family life with the drama of running a successful business together.
In season two Billy and the team try to capture a beaver wreaking havoc at a summer camp, search for a rattlesnake slithering around a funeral home, go head-to-head with an angry raccoon trapped in a dumpster, tangle with some ornery water moccasins and wasps, match wits with an alligator in a family pond, and confront the largest roach infestation of their career.
Keeping it in the family, Billy runs Vexcon with the help of his brother Rick, who he describes as "just as crazy as me," his father Bill Sr., and his sassy mom Donnie who runs the office. Billy is a former US Air Force Sergeant, and a 16-year pest management veteran.
"Billy The Exterminator" is produced for A&E Network by September Films, a division of DCD Media. Sheldon Lazarus is executive producer and Laura Halperin is co- executive producer for September Films. Robert Sharenow and Elaine Frontain Bryant are executive producers for A&E.
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