Spike TV Series Premiere of “Big Easy Justice”

In New Orleans, he is the top dog of bounty hunters. Spike TV’s new unscripted original series “Big Easy Justice” centers on the gritty underworld of post-Katrina New Orleans and follows legendary bounty hunter Tat-2 as he hunts down some of the city’s most elusive criminals and brings them back to justice.

Ten half-hour episodes of “Big Easy Justice” will premiere starting Tuesday, April 10, with two back-to-back episodes at 10:00 and 10:30 PM, ET/PT.  Following the premiere, new episodes will telecast for nine weeks on Tuesdays at 10 PM, ET/PT.

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Viewers can join in the conversation about “Big Easy Justice” by following @SPIKE_TV on Twitter and using #BigEasyJustice. Biographies, photo galleries, Q&A videos with Tat-2 and his Elite Fugitive Recovery Team and more can be found on Spike.com’s dedicated “Big Easy Justice” destination, bigeasyjustice.spike.com.

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Content will be updated regularly throughout the season to the site, including full episodes, video clips and blog posts, says Spike TV.

“Big Easy Justice” is executive produced by Jennifer Lopez and Simon Fields of Nuyorican Productions, Al Roker of Al Roker Entertainment in association with C. Russell Muth of CRM Entertainment as well as Joshua Ackerman, Benjamin Nurick and Zachary Werner of Bodega Pictures.

Sharon Levy is Spike TV’s executive VP of Original Programming. Tim Duffy and Alex Eastburg serve as the network’s executives in charge of production.

Photo courtesy: Spike TV

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