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Big Easy Justice 1 Season 2012

Season 1
3.4 out of 5 stars (5) IMDb 7.2/10

Tat2, a former cop turned bounty hunter with a single-minded obsession: arrest every fugitive in The Big Easy. This season, Tat and his crew take down criminals including a junkie concealed in a hollowed out sofa, Tat's old friend and a fugitive murderer.

Original air date:
August 13, 2012

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Season 1

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1. Down to the Bayou

Tat-2, the most feared bounty hunter in New Orleans, heads into the bayou to hunt a violent fugitive who's threatened the life of Tat's friend.

CC TV-14 April 10, 2012 22 minutes
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2. Drug Alley

The team tracks a desperate junkie through the streets of the 7th Ward's infamous "Drug Alley." And Tat-2 vows to bring in a childhood friend who wound up on the wrong side of the law.

CC TV-14 April 10, 2012 22 minutes
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3. Into the Dump

When a violent drug dealer vanishes with his 5 children in tow, Tat-2 and his bounty hunters follow his trail into a crime-ravaged neighborhood known as "The Dump."

CC TV-14 April 17, 2012 22 minutes
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4. The Long Gun

Tat-2 and his team bust out the heavy artillery when they prepare for a confrontation with a fugitive armed robber who has a history of fighting with the police.

CC TV-14 July 23, 2012 22 minutes
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5. Man Down

When tragedy strikes and the team loses a bounty hunter, Tat-2 must carry on with a risky prostitution sting intended to ensnare a volatile crack addict.

CC TV-14 July 23, 2012 22 minutes
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6. Trailer Park Ambush

An ambush goes terribly wrong, leaving the team scrambling and young gun Ricky on his own, in the line of fire.

CC TV-14 July 30, 2012 22 minutes
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7. Running and Gunning

An Alabama fugitive with a history of drug and weapons charges is rumored to be hiding out in New Orleans and Tat-2 vows to track him down, despite the fact that the career criminal has evaded other bounty hunters for months.

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8. Wanted for Murder

When a notorious gang member who is wanted for murder evades every law enforcement agency in town, Tat-2 hatches a dangerous plan to bring him to justice.

CC TV-14 August 6, 2012 22 minutes
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9. The Standoff

Tat-2 tracks a fugitive who's vowed to kill anyone attempting to arrest him and ends up in a frustrating game of cat-and-mouse with family members that appear to be protecting the target.

CC TV-14 August 6, 2012 22 minutes
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10. Wanted in Two States

When an armed and dangerous drug runner flees to New Orleans, a team of Baton Rouge bounty hunters turn to Tat-2, the one man who may be able to bring the fugitive to justice.

CC TV-14 August 13, 2012 22 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Season year 2012
Network Spike
Producers Josh Ackerman, Josh Cole, Justin Daniels, Simon Fields, C. Russell Muth, Benjamin Nurick, Al Roker, Zachary Werner, Alan Wieder
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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There is nothing better than the thrill of the hunt, especially when the game is the human criminal. Tat-2 and his team do justice right in New Orleans. This is not the Dog Chapman bunk with pepper spray and a kind word. This is the reality of the natural funk when dealing with the seedy underbelly of society. I know, because I did it for six long years. If you like law enforcement reality TV, this one will give you your monies worth. Now get on the F--- ground!
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Tat-2 is down to earth,hard working,no Bull about him,and I love to watch him and his team drag the bad guy,and gals out of the hidding places to throw the criminals in jail.The show enlightens the viewer to many areas of New Orleans,and is very informative.
Wish there were more seasons,I would buy every one.
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I enjoyed it!
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By Gabriel on January 25, 2013
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Who wants to watch an over dramatic, super sensitive, whiny ex-cop? This was a waste of money. There are plenty other better and more professional reality T.V. shows to watch.
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I thought this was borning and with little to no substance. This guy is high on his horse and thinks he is more than he is.
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