Well it looks like all the networks are loving Cajun's these days.  With hit reality shows like "Swamp People", "Cajun Pawn Stars",  and "Ragin Cajuns" the networks are getting big ratings and big revenue's from the shows.

Now the network A&E is getting into the mix with their new show called "Cajun Justice".  The show is based around the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office.


A&E Network presents "Cajun Justice," a new original real-life series that follows the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office, a world where the sheriff is like a king, voodoo is a common practice and no police call is routine. "Cajun Justice" premieres Thursday, June 7 at 10 PM ET/PT on A&E.

"'Cajun Justice' is a character-driven docudrama unlike any other nonfiction cop show," David McKillop, Executive Vice President of Programming for A&E, said. "We are thrilled to introduce viewers to this fascinating, strange and dangerous world they have never seen before."

he detectives and deputies of the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff's Office are charged with serving and protecting over 2,000 square miles of treacherous swampland in Southern Louisiana. Located 45 miles south of New Orleans, the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff''s Office investigates thousands of incidents every year. With the fiery personalities of the local Cajuns and the Louisiana justice system unlike any other (it's the only state that is ruled under Napoleonic law), there's no such thing as an ordinary police call).

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