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Louisiana Law Animal Planet Season 2 Release Date; When Does It Start?

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Louisiana Law Season 2 Release Date on Animal Planet; Was "Louisiana Law" season 2 get cancelled or renewed? When does it start on Animal Planet? Find all the latest updates about the series status, cast and trailers on this page.

Is "Louisiana Law" returning for a new season in 2021? Will it start any time soon? Find all your answers below!

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What Is Louisiana Law About?

All-new series LOUISIANA LAW follows the men and women of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries as they patrol one of the most geographically diverse states in the U.S., with a jurisdiction that ranges from 200 miles out into the Gulf of Mexico up to the border of Arkansas. With the authority to enforce all fish and wildlife laws in addition to state and federal criminal laws, the wildlife agents of Louisiana are tasked with protecting the natural resources of the state and are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week, often patrolling alone and miles from backup. Audiences will travel deep into the woods and bayous with these wildlife agents as they encounter perilous situations that affect wildlife and citizens alike, all in the name of conservation. LOUISIANA LAW premieres exclusively on Animal Planet Sunday, May 9 at 9PM ET/PT.

Nicknamed "Sportsman's Paradise" because of the state's rich resources and activities like fishing, hiking, and hunting, Louisiana is home to more than one million alligators, countless crawfish, shrimp, oysters, bobcats, black bear, deer, 160 species of birds, and an abundance of fresh and saltwater fish. With this wealth of species, legal fishing and hunting is a way of life for some residents; to preserve the land and to protect both citizens and wildlife, the wildlife agents patrol Louisiana's beautiful bayous, massive river deltas, and thick pine forests.

In the premiere episode of LOUISIANA LAW, audiences meet the courageous wildlife agents who patrol this rich, diverse state. Sgt. Scott Dupre and Senior Agent William Carpenter track down and investigate a crab fisherman allegedly stealing hundreds of traps belonging to other fishermen in the southern waters of St. Mary Parish. Sgt. Dupre and Senior Agent William Carpenter rescue an injured eagle on the side of the road, while in Cameron Parish, Cpl. Michael Hebert seizes an illegally caught flounder and donates the fish to a family in need. In Bossier Parish, Sr. Agent Emily Sexton and Cpl. Justin Greer face a tough dilemma when a young hunter's first deer is brought illegally across state lines by his father. And Cpl. Blaine Wagner and Sr. Agent Austin Landry are on oyster patrol off the southern coast of St. Bernard Parish, where they encounter a Captain that has a full boat of oysters with no proper licenses; the situation escalates when they suspect the captain of driving under the influence.

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LOUISIANA LAW is produced for Animal Planet by Warm Springs Productions in Association with Watson Pond Productions, where Christopher Voos, Marc Pierce, Chris Richardson, and Brad Johnson serve as executive producers. For Animal Planet, Lisa Lucas is executive producer with Marissa Donovan as production coordinator.

'Louisiana Law' previously aired on Animal Planet network in the US. Last episode of the series aired on June 13, 2021.

Louisiana Law Season 2 Release Date

Animal Planet Louisiana Law Air Date: As of July 02, 2021, show was not cancelled or renewed for a new season. This page will be updated once we have more information about 2021 release date.

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