Appalachian Outlaws

2014, TV Show

Appalachian Outlaws
Diggers search for valuable ginseng in the Appalachian Mountains.


Paid | iTunes Aired: 2/13/2014

Season 1, Episode 6
It's the final days of ginseng season, and diggers are risking it all for one last score. Greg Shook rappels down a treacherous cliff face, while Ron and Obie crawl deep into a cave in order to flee armed pot farmers. Landowner Mike Ross makes his final stand to protect his family's land from poachers. And the buyers--Tony Coffman, Corby "The General" Patton, and moonshiner Tiny Roberson--are scrambling to get their hands on as much 'seng as they can, but there isn't enough to go around to all of them.

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Paid | iTunes Aired: 2/6/2014

Season 1, Episode 5
Chinese buyers place the biggest order of Tony Coffman's career--750 pounds of ginseng. It will get him rich if he fills it, but with winter rapidly approaching and Corby "The General" Patton billboards popping up all over West Virginia, it's a tall order. And worse, the market is getting a little more crowded with Tennessee moonshiner Tiny Roberson looking to buy up ginseng for his new moonshine recipe. Meanwhile, outsider Greg Shook ventures back into local territory searching for 'seng, but ends up running for his life from local father-son duo, Mitch and Joe Simpson. Ron and Obie put aside their differences and join forces, hoping for one last big score of the season--but they'll have to infiltrate the dangerous, gun wielding pot farmers to get it.

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Free | Xfinity Posted: 8/20/2014

Ron McMillion stitches up a gash on his leg suffered on the first day of ginsenging.

Free | Xfinity Posted: 8/20/2014

Father-and-son team, Joe and Mitch Simpson, hunt squirrels and cook up an Appalachian feast

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Premiered: January 09, 2014, on History Channel
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: Diggers search for valuable ginseng in the Appalachian Mountains.


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