Cajun Pawn Star's (Redneck's) AX Men Billy the Exterminator Swamp People The Real World: New Orleans Hoarders [A&E, 2009] Trashmen [TLC, 2010] The Real World: New Orleans [MTV, 2010] Steven Seagal: Lawman [A&E, 2009-10] Sons of Guns Bad Girls Club New Orleans [Oxygen, 2011] Ultimate Cleaners [TLC, 2011-present] Ghostbreakers [ABC affiliate New York, debuts this fall] A satirical half-hour show spoofing reality television ghost hunters is being produced by Fort Worth, Texas, filmmaker Benjamin Wilbanks. The program was filmed in old houses, businesses and public buildings around the Shreveport area, many of which have real reputations for being haunted. Girls, Guns & Gators [Travel Channel, in production] This series examines the trials and tribulations of 25-year-old Lindsey Simmons as she adjusts to taking over the family business, Simmons Sporting Goods. Caged [MTV, 2012] A serial documentary following a subculture of 20-somethings in rural Louisiana who gather to fight in cages, all the while trying to figure out what to do with their lives. Crawfish Cowboys [in production, no air date] Follow Lake Arthur resident Cody Newman as he harvests crawfish from his ponds and conducts his daily business. Show creator is Raymond Segura, a Jennings native who came up with the idea for the show during a visit home. Cajun Croc Hunters [in production, no air date] Louisiana alligator hunters team up with Filipino crocodile hunters to take out saltwater crocodiles in remote fishing villages in the Philippines. The lead production company is Pateacus Entertainment of Mobile, Ala., and casting calls were held this spring in Houma. Bayou Billionaire [in production, no air date] This reality series being filmed through the end of August in Shreveport by Magilla Entertainment, whose executives have created shows for the likes of ABC, HBO, Bravo, MTV, Discovery, fX and E! The Wank [in production, no air date] This reality program from SSS Entertainment follows the party-fueled lives of young guys and girls living on New Orleans' Westbank, where every weekend is Mardi Gras.