"Swamp Brothers" on Discovery Channel is a reality docu-series that stars Robbie Keszey and Stephen Keszey, an unlikely pair of brothers who run one of the most unique family businesses in the country—working with wild and dangerous animals deep in the swamps of Florida. Robbie's a veteran of the '80s metal scene who's passionate about all things scaly, and Stephen's a former New York City bartender who's more comfortable hailing a cab than handling a snake.

Robbie and Stephen run Glades Herp Farm in Florida, the largest venomous snake breeding farm in the world. In each episode, the "Swamp Brothers" put themselves on the line to protect the most unusual of creatures—from pythons and gators to wildcats and bears. In the series premiere, Robbie and Stephen get dangerously close to a mama gator, as they attempt to rescue her nest of eggs from the threat of animals such as fire ants, raccoons and birds.

"Swamp Brothers" is produced for Discovery Channel by Story House Productions, where Andreas Gutzeit and Shura Davison are executive producers. For Discovery Channel, Kelly Leuschow is executive producer.

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Network: Discovery Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: May 13, 2011
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Story House Productions

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