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'Lone Star Law' episode featuring Angelina County game warden, vet set to air Sunday

Source: Animal Planet Source: Animal Planet
Source: Animal Planet Source: Animal Planet
ANGELINA COUNTY, TX (KTRE) -

If you are a fan of Animal Planet's hit show, "Lone Star Law," then you may notice someone you recognize from Lufkin.

If you’re not a fan you will want to tune in anyways.

This Sunday viewers will get their first look at Angelina County Game Warden James Barge in action and he makes a stop by Doctor Lindsay Syler's office,  the Angelina Animal Hospital, to get help with a hurt owl.

That episode will air Sunday night at 9 p.m.

The show's second season premiered Sunday Feb.19 at 9 pm on Animal Planet. In the show,  game wardens patrol the largest state in the lower 48 by truck, boat and plane, searching for lost hunters, rescuing injured bald eagles, investigating wildlife trafficking, recovering drowning victims, catching illegal night hunters, and more.

In a previous East Texas News story, Ellis Powell, a Newton County game warden, spoke about his experiences shooting the reality show,

"I watch reality TV and I wonder how legitimate it is and I can tell you on this show, what you see on Animal Planet is exactly how it happened," Powell said. "They don't fluff it up. They basically follow us around and show a day in our lives."

"Lone Star Law" is produced for Animal Planet by Engel Entertainment where Steven Engel and Ben Shank serve as executive producers with Soo Kim as co-executive producer. For Animal Planet, Lisa Lucas is executive producer and Meredith Russell is associate producer.

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