A&E BRINGS BACK "PARKING WARS" AND "BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR" FOR ALL NEW SEASONS ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6
"PARKING WARS" PREMIERES SEASON 6 AT 9 AND 9:30PM ET/PT
"BILLY THE EXTERMINATOR" PREMIERES SEASON 6 AT 10 AND 10:30PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 20, 2012 - A&E's hit series "Parking Wars" and "Billy the Exterminator" are each returning for their sixth seasons on Saturday, October 6 with back-to-back episodes at 9 & 9:30PM ET/PT and 10 & 10:30PM ET/PT respectively.
Season six of "Parking Wars" takes parking enforcement to New York, New Jersey, Detroit and Providence, where in the world of private towing and ticket court; comical conflicts abound. From the gritty streets of the Bronx, to the antics of outrageous characters on Staten Island to New Jersey's capital of Trenton, independent towing companies face off with illegal parkers who will go to zealous extremes to keep their cars from being towed. In Providence, violators present their far-fetched excuses and passionate pleas before an unflappable judge at the Municipal Court. Everyone's favorite series' alumni return when Detroit's own parking superhero "Ponytail" goes head-to-head with motorists who claim divine right to park illegally, while rulebook-toting Eric schools unrepentant handicap-parking violators, and Lashelle preaches anger management while enforcing the 10 commandments of parking.
On the sixth season of "Billy the Exterminator," Billy is back in the bayou, ready to battle a new batch of beasts. From a house full of deadly snakes to one of the largest gators he's ever seen, it's up to Billy, brother Ricky and the rest of the Vexcon crew to make Louisiana safe. Things get extra sticky when a house call comes in about a Gila Monster on the loose and another with a wild donkey gone rogue. Armed with his spikes, shades and wits, Billy is on the job, and ready to save the bayou state from its various vexations.
"Billy the Exterminator" is produced for A&E Network by September Films, a division of DCD Media. Executive producers for September Films are Sheldon Lazurus, Richard Hansil and Adam Matalon. Executive producers for A&E Network are David McKillop, Elaine Frontain Bryant and Laurie Sharpe.
"Parking Wars" is produced for A&E Network by Hybrid Films. Executive producers for Hybrid Films are Daniel Elias and David Houts and Co-executive Producers are Po Kutchins and Dan Flaherty. Series Producer is Andrew Dunn. Executive producers for A&E are David McKillop, Elaine Frontain Bryant and Laurie Sharpe.
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