A&E’s Cuddly ‘Exterminators’

Feb 5, 2009  •  Post A Comment

A&E’s new reality show features a family that runs a pest-control business led by Billy Breatherton, an exterminator who seems to love animals, a review in the New York Times says. “Watching Mr. Bretherton get rid of snakes, bats, raccoons and other interlopers is both fun and enlightening; he dispenses interesting factoids about the various species as he works,” the paper says. “And despite the skull in Vexcon’s logo, Mr. Bretherton proves to be an exterminator with a heart. He is more interested in relocating the animals than in killing them.”
—Jon Lafayette


  1. I caught the first show last wednesday night Feb. 4th and thought it was great. Billy is great with the animals & etc that he is dealing with and tries to relocate any that he can back into nature. The way the family balances work with family situations is very interesting and it
    makes me want to watch each show that I can. So bring on the rest of the series and I’ll be there with all my friends watching…

  2. Relocate? That’s why he uses glue traps?

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