[07/20/10 - 07:14 AM] A&E's "Billy the Exterminator" Lends a Hand in the Gulf Relief Effort in Series Special "Billy Goes To The Gulf" premieres on Wednesday, July 28 at 10:00/9:00c.
[via press release from A&E]
A&E'S "BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR" LENDS A HAND IN THE GULF RELIEF EFFORT IN SERIES SPECIAL
"BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR: BILLY GOES TO THE GULF"
NEW ONE-HOUR EPISODE ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 28 AT 10PM
In this special one-hour episode of A&E's hit real-life series "Billy the Exterminator," Billy and his brother Ricky travel to the Gulf Coast to help a family plagued by a pair of aggressive foxes and find themselves head-to-head with the devastation caused by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. From oiled sea turtles to a rescued dolphin, swamp gators to pelicans, the brothers witness first-hand the devastation the oil is causing to wildlife. And after a run-in with angry oiled raccoon, it becomes clear to Billy and Ricky that the spill has put more than just sea creatures and birds in danger. "Billy the Exterminator: Billy Goes ToThe Gulf" premieres on Wednesday, July 28 at 10PM ET/PT.
"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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