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History Debuts Web Series Pegged To 'Counting Cars,' 'Swamp People'

Shows Will Air On Web Site, History Apps 6/25/2013 9:42 AM Eastern

History.com is launching two exclusive Web series on the site and on History apps that relate to History series Swamp People and Counting Cars.

The first series, Count’s Kustoms After Hours, debuts today (June 25). It delves deeper into the lives of Counting Cars's Danny and the Count’s Kustom’s staff after the shop doors close – when, according to the network, their days are just getting started. In the premiere episode, Roli Goes Hunting, viewers learn Grandpa and Shannon are avid hunters, but they aren’t prepared for what happens when they take Roli out for his inaugural experience.

Swamp People After The Hunt will follow the lives of the swampers after the 30-day gator hunting season ends. It follows some of the most popular characters during their daily lives on and off the swamp. The premiere episode, Bruce’s Big Discovery (Bruce tries to cash in on a strange rock he discovered in his backyard), debuts on Thursday, June 27. Swamp People’s current season on History ends Thursday, July 18, at 10 p.m. Swamp People After The Hunt: Bruce Rolls a Fatty

Future Count’s Kustoms After Hours episode titles and descriptions are: Getting Horny: Horny Mike is not just an airbrush artist, but an engineer, entrepreneur and a designer who creates something special for a new customer; Mack Daddy: Kevin, the general manager at Count’s Kustom’s takes on a whole new role at home—“big daddy;” Count 77: Danny and his band compose an original song to play at a bar and viewers get backstage and front stage access.

Future Swamp People After The Hunt episode titles and descriptions: Daddy Dear-est: Troy and Jacob turn their focus to deer hunting; Father & Son: Bruce’s partner Ron takes his 10-year-old son into the woods for a squirrel hunting lesson; Bruce Rolls a Fatty (pictured, right): Bruce gives a cooking lesson on whipping up a five-layer meat concoction he dubs "the fatty."

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