RJ Molinere

Swamp People Thanksgiving special ‘Swampsgiving’ to air Nov 26

Who’s up for a family-sized serving of gaturducken?!? History Channel is inviting us all over for Thanksgiving in the swamp in the form of “Swampsgiving,” a holiday themed episode of Swamp People set to air Tuesday, November 26 at 10/9c. The special will give viewers a glimpse into the lives of the world’s most famous gator hunters during the off-season as it explores the various Thanksgiving traditions celebrated by the cast members and their families. Keep reading for th full press release with all the degatortails!

Swamp People’s R.J. Molinere, Jay Paul Molinere arrested for beer bottle attack

Back on August 8, R.J. Molinere and son Jay Paul Molinere of Swamp People fame decided to offer a dude a cold one. The problem was that they did so by attacking the unidentified 24-year-old, striking him repeatedly with a beer bottle. See the booking photo for Jay Paul as well as the trouble the gator hunters could be facing.

PHOTOS Meet the Swamp People family’s new addition: Jay Paul Molinere’s daughter A’niyah Nikole!

On Swamp People, RJ is the Papa of the Molinere family, and Jay Paul is the son who makes his Daddy proud. But, Jay Paul is a daddy himself, and very recently he welcomed a new member to his young family: daughter A’niyah Nikole Molinere. Weighing 5 pounds 8 ounces, A’niyah was born July 29th and proud pop Jay Paul has been sharing numerous photos with fans online. Keep reading for lots of pictures of little A’niyah as well as the rest of the growing Molinere family!

SWAMP PEOPLE How much does a gator sell for? 2011 alligator price chart for Season 3

The Season 3 premiere of Swamp People revealed that alligator prices sky rocketed in 2011, creating a gold rush of sorts in the swamps of Louisianna. Find out just how much the prices increased with our foot-by-foot alligator pricing chart, and see our estimates of what some of the stars will be binging in if they’re able to fill all of their tags. Who knows, maybe all the thrills and the $$$ will have you thinking about buying a boat, some hooks, and a bunch of rotten chicken and trying your luck with a new summer job!

VIDEO Swamp People 3 “This is Your Boss” Super Bowl Commercial

The fourth quarter of Superbowl XLVI may or may not go down in history for its great football, but it will live forever in the memories of everyone who has ever dreamed of riding in RJ and J Paul Molinere’s airboat, having a cold beer with the Guist Brothers, or hearing Troy Landry yell “choot ’em” in their ear. Because this isn’t just the year of Superbowl XLVI, this is Swamperbowl I! Here’s the “This is Your Boss” video — our first glimpse of Swamp People Season 3.

VIDEO Swamp People’s RJ & Jay Paul Molinere on ‘Bayou Time’

This is what I like to call going “next level” reality show reporting. Folks out there can’t seem to get enough of Swamp People and it almost always comes down to how darn genuine the cast members are and how real they come across. Well if you love you some Swamp People, especially the realism of it, then you’re going to be singing, “laissez les bons temps rouler” when you see the following clip of father and son gator hunters RJ and Jay Paul Molinere on local HTV 10’s “Bayou Time.” Man I love me some RJ!

Swamp People’s Guist Brothers bios: Guists just wanna have fun

The Guist brothers’ daily grind seems to be: hang out, get hungry, go kill something, cook it, eat it, hang out. The other alligator hunters on Swamp People might make a living off the land, but the Guist brothers really LIVE off it. Keep reading to find out more about Glenn and Mitchell, perhaps our country’s most unlikely (but entirely deserving!) television stars!

SWAMP PEOPLE How much money does an Alligator Hunter make?

Anyone who watches Swamp People knows that alligator hunters care about how much money they make.  With the notable exception of the Guist brothers, the hunters featured on the show are quick to talk about what makes the difference between a profit and a loss during the one-month alligator season in Louisiana. But how much are these guys really making?   What kind of money are we talking about?