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Buying the Bayou is a 2013 television series based on people looking for Louisiana real estate. The real estate, located in Bayou, Louisiana, are homes set on extraordinary wild and swampy types of land. This includes homes built on or around swamps, water ways and marshes. This land is ideal for those who love the traditional Louisiana culture and hobbies. The Buying The Bayou series meets the needs of those who make a living off of, or simply enjoy, everything from hunting alligators and catfishing to crawfish and shrimping enthusiasts.

During each episode, a Cajun real-estate agent shows three different properties to a family looking for the unique Louisiana home of their dreams. The buyers weigh out the advantages and disadvantages of each home considering their dreams, needs, and budgets and they decide which property is best for them. During this series, you will see families searching for everything from gator farms to a place where there can simply relax and fish off of their own back porch.

Buying the Bayou is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (46 episodes). The series first aired on September 7, 2013.

Where do I stream Buying the Bayou online? Buying the Bayou is available for streaming on Destination America, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Buying the Bayou on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Destination America, FuboTV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Monday 9:00 PM et/pt on Destination America
3 Seasons, 46 Episodes
September 7, 2013
Action & Adventure, Drama, Kids & Family, Reality
Cast: Pat Duke
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Buying the Bayou Full Episode Guide

  • Mac and Kelsey search for a home on the Bogue Chitto River.

  • Alligator Point, Florida is so swampy and wild, it's known as the Forgotten Coast. This area feels like the bayou, which is why water taxi driver Richard and Julia want a waterfront home here. But there's a unique danger in this area--bayou bears.

  • Jeff and Gabby search for a home on a bayou swimming hole for them and their two kids.

  • Houma, Louisiana is a hot spot for crabbing. That's why commercial crabber Jordan and his wife Kayla want to move there. Currently, Jordan travels four hours to work. They're looking for a waterfront home with a convenient commute and creature comforts.

  • Tommy and Mari grew up in the bayou, so they are all about dock parties. Now they want a place of their own to hold their get togethers.

  • Barbeque restaurant owner Gene and his fiancée Elizabeth are looking for a Big Easy home, but deciding which area to live in is a challenge.

  • In Pensacola, Florida, life's all about being on your boat. After years of moving around with the US Air Force there's nowhere else Ron and his wife want to live. They'll see homes in different boating communities to find their piece of bayou paradise.

  • A couple look for a million-dollar home with the bayou as the backdrop.

  • In the bayou, everything is pickled--from eggs to pigs' feet. Matt's family has been pickling for more than 80 years. Business is booming so he wants the bayou home of his dreams. His wife, Brooke, is a city girl, so finding a compromise will be hard.

  • Tiki King, Leo, and his fiancée, Stephanie, are looking for a waterfront castle on Perdido Bay. They've worked hard to earn their fortune, and are looking along the shores of Florida and Alabama to find the million-dollar home of their dreams.

  • Jazz musician, Jesse, and his Alaskan wife, Emilie, met and got married in less than 24 hours. Now, they are looking for a waterfront home in New Orleans where they can stay close to Bourbon Street and within their tight budget.

  • Woodville, Mississippi is a bayou ski town - waterskiing that is. Bayou newlyweds Dustin and Stephanie are looking find their own piece of waterfront heaven where they can run out the door, hop on their boat, and ski!

  • Captain Henry and his wife, Danielle, are looking for a waterfront home for less than $100,000. To find a bargain on the water they will travel between two states, Louisiana and Mississippi.

  • Drag boat racing couple Ryan and Linda are looking for a home in the largest lake in Texas, Caddo Lake. Ryan's main focus in a home is making sure he has a place to race and store his boats, but Linda is concerned about having enough space for everyone.

  • A couple with a lot of savings decide it's time to spend some of their earnings.

  • David and Blair love spending time on the Louisiana Bayou, so they want a weekend waterfront getaway home. But these houses come with their own inconveniences - like taking a boat to your car on the mainland when you need to shop for groceries.

  • Barrett and Haley just got engaged and are searching for their first home on the Bayou.

  • High school sweethearts Donnie and Laurie have dreamed of weekend getaways of fishing on the bayou for as long as they can remember. Now, with the success of Donnie's new invention, they want to make that dream come true.

  • Rowdy and Stevi are childhood sweethearts and are ready to move to a starter home on the bayou.

  • Marty and Shelly grew up in the backwoods of the Mississippi bayou, but have been living in the suburbs. So now they're looking to return to the wilderness to teach their children the bayou way of life.

  • Trey and Jacob are best friends looking for a backwoods getaway home for themselves and their families. They have their eyes on properties where the fields have been flooded to attract wild birds and a plantation overrun with raccoons!

  • Blane looks for a space he can spend quality time with his teenage daughter, Kendall, doing their favorite activity - hunting.

  • Jamie and his fiancée Brandi search for a place near the Cajun Tropics of Gulf Shores, Alabama to start their life together.

  • Spear fisherman Clay and his girlfriend Jackie are looking for their first home together around Pensacola, Florida, an area where the bayou meets the beach, known as the Redneck Riviera.

  • Spear fisherman Clay and his girlfriend Jackie are looking for their first home together around Pensacola, Florida, an area where the bayou meets the beach, known as the Redneck Riviera.

  • Ross and Sarah want a bayou home where they can walk out their front door and onto their fishing boat. They discover that a house on an island can make getting there tough and see a property on the mainland that wasn't built for normal-sized homeowners.

  • Mike and Kim search for a bayou party house to be their second home.

  • A couple and their two kids raise Catahoula Cur hunting dogs in Northeast Lousiana, and they are busy with the demands of a booming business. With 35 dogs, but only a half acre of land, if they want to keep expanding, they'll need more land.

  • Floyd and Robin Foti started out living in a trailer, selling crawfish out of a truck. With the combination of hard work and determination, the business grew to become a massive food market. Now they're looking for a million dollar home!

  • Josh and Tiffany Chambless love the bayou and spend any spare moment exploring the swamps on their ATVs. Now, they have a one-year-old daughter, Chloe, and they're looking for a place that's good for the baby and for four-wheeling.

  • A pair of workaholics look for a houseboat retreat on the Pearl River.

  • Three best friends who love to go gator hunting are interested in purchasing a home on the water.