Moonshiners (TV series)

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Moonshiners
MoonshinersLogo.jpg
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Genre Docudrama
Narrated by Jeremy Schwartz
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 4
Production
Running time 42 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Discovery Channel
Original run December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) – present
External links
Website

Moonshiners is an American docudrama television series on the Discovery Channel that dramatizes the life of people who produce (illegal) moonshine in the Appalachian Mountains of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina. The series dramatizes their liquor production efforts, law-evading techniques and life.[1] There have been claims by local officials that the show is not what it portrays to be. Virginia authorities have stated that no illegal liquor is actually being produced by the people depicted in the show. The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) said in March 2012 that, "If illegal activity was actually taking place, the Virginia ABC Bureau of Law Enforcement would have taken action."[2] They also said that they had requested for the producers to add a disclaimer to clarify that the show was only a dramatization, "but the request was overlooked."[2]

Portions of the show that feature Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton were taken from a documentary film by Neal Hutcheson. Hutcheson's documentary was filmed in 2002 and released the same year with the title This is the Last Dam Run of Likker I'll Ever Make.[3] In 2008, a version of the documentary that was edited for television was broadcast on PBS[citation needed] and the Documentary Channel[4] with the title The Last One, and it received a Southeast Emmy Award in 2009.[5] Sutton was arrested in 2007 by ATF agents in Cocke County, Tennessee (led by Jim Cavanaugh of Waco siege fame) for illegally distilling liquor and felony possession of a firearm, and was sentenced to eighteen months in jail in 2009. He subsequently committed suicide, apparently to avoid serving the federal prison term.[6]

The show's first season premiered on December 6, 2011, and its second season premiered on November 7, 2012. Season 3 premiered on November 3, 2013. Season 4 premiered on November 4, 2014.[7]

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired Average rating
(millions)
Season premiere Season finale
1 7 December 6, 2011 (2011-12-06) January 4, 2012 (2012-01-04) 2.76
2 15 November 7, 2012 (2012-11-07) January 30, 2013 (2013-01-30) 3.03
3 13 November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) February 4, 2014 (2014-02-04) 2.53
4 TBA November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) TBA TBA

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2011–12)[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
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1 1 "Moonshine Season Starts" December 6, 2011 2.832
Two partners (Tim and Tickle) scout for a site for their operation, and an ABC agent discovers counter-surveillance measures.
2 2 "Point of No Return" December 7, 2011 2.856
Tim and Tickle begin operating their still for the first time, which goes smoothly until an emergency strikes; a law enforcement agent pursues a hot tip.
3 3 "The Law Comes Knockin'" December 14, 2011 2.578
Equipment failure and an intruder threaten moonshiner Tim and his partner Tickle's first run of moonshine. Law enforcement agent Jesse Tate shuts down an illegal drinking establishment. Veteran moonshiner Popcorn Sutton shows his old-fashioned way of producing moonshine.
4 4 "Outlaw Brotherhood" December 21, 2011 2.791
Moonshiner Tim and his partner Tickle fix up Tim's car and use it to transport some moonshine. A hurricane threatens their still site.
5 5 "A Price to Pay" December 28, 2011 2.618
In the late fall, moonshiner Tim adds a second pot to the still site to double his profits. Tickle falls while working and breaks three ribs. Agent Jesse tries to arrest people.
6 6 "A Moonshiner's Farewell" January 4, 2012 2.899
Popcorn Sutton dies. Tim and Tickle produce moonshine day and night, making more money than Tim has ever made before. Agent Jesse conducts reconnaissance of an active still site.

Season 1 special[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
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7 7 "Cannonball Run" April 18, 2012 1.343
Tim and Tickle plan a risky midday transfer.

Season 2 (2012–13)[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
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8 1 "Rise 'n Shine!" November 7, 2012 3.06
Moonshine season in Appalachia has begun. Tim and Tickle are starting to try to produce some moonshine. A new law enforcement officer, Deputy Sheriff Chuck, is introduced.
9 2 "Moonshine Goldmine" November 14, 2012 2.23
Josh and Bill make progress building their underground still. Mark and Jeff build a new copper still and go into the mountains to establish a new site. Tickle lures Tim back to their illegal site.
10 3 "Moonshiner Vs. Hogzilla" November 21, 2012 2.48
Mark and Jeff call in moonshiner Jim Tom to help fix their broken still. Mark hunts and kills a wild hog. Meanwhile, Deputy Sheriff Chuck gets a tip from a hunter that leads him to an abandoned site.
11 4 "Storm's a Brewing" November 28, 2012 2.36
A storm hits the Carolinas, and Jeff, Mark and Jim Tom produce moonshine during the storm. Nearby, Josh and Bill experience the same storm and a flood threatens their underground still site. Then, Tickle does something. The episode includes news stories about some moonshining arrests, an ongoing tropical storm and Barney Barnwell's documentary.
12 5 "A Shiner's Last Stand" December 5, 2012 2.19
Tickle splits from Tim, recruits Howard as a new still hand, and heads into the woods to find a new site. Mark, Jeff and Jim Tom begin work on a second still to make barley-based liquor, but needs his wife and son to run the second site. Deputy Sheriff Chuck meets a confidential informant to get information about the drop off location for an active moonshine operation. Josh and Bill make repairs to their underground still site.
13 6 "Prophecy Fulfilled" December 12, 2012 3.43[8]
Tickle builds a new still and does something around midnight. Josh gets angry when he damages the nearly completed underground still site. Mark and Jeff make a risky move when they sell some of their product in town. Jim Tom teaches Jeff's son Lance how to measure the alcohol content of moonshine.
14 7 "Tickle Goes Rogue" December 19, 2012 3.65[9]
Tickle goes it alone after his still hand Howard gets spooked by an intruder and disappears. Josh and Bill discover toxic black mold in their underground still site. Jeff's wife and son set up a second still to run barley scotch. Deputy Sheriff Chuck tries to catch moonshiners.
15 8 "Troubled Waters" January 2, 2013 3.46[10]
Tickle gets discovered by an angry landowner, while Tim devises a new hiding spot for his back-up stash of moonshine. Josh and Bill get into a bone-breaking fight at their new still site. Mark carries moonshine by canoe at night.
16 9 "Adios, Mr. Still" January 9, 2013 3.30[11]
Gunfire erupts in the bamboo patch just as Josh and Bill fire up their still for the first time in the season. Meanwhile, Jeff, Mark and Jim Tom make a batch of rye whiskey in the style of President George Washington. Tickle's still is sabotaged.
17 10 "Moonshine Treasure Hunt" January 16, 2013 3.18[12]
Tim hunts for 200 gallons of high-value 60-year-old moonshine at the bottom of a lake. Mark and Jeff encounter a thief stealing their moonshine. Mike and Tweedy hide moonshine under a pile of cattle manure. Tickle has some interaction with his old still hand Howard.
18 11 "Hat in Hand" January 23, 2013 3.17[13]
In debt to dangerous people, Tickle goes to Tim for help. Jeff, Mark and Jim Tom struggle with a nest of yellow jackets at their still site. Josh comes to Cutie Pie's rescue when she gets hurt at the underground still.
19 12 "Last Shiner Standing" January 30, 2013 3.87[14]
As Tim gets ready to go legal, Tickle loads the last batch of illegal moonshine into an RV's water tank to sell to waiting customers. Josh and Bill's above-ground still malfunctions, ending their season, but they find that their underground site is now mold-free and ready to use during the winter. Jeff, Mark, and Jim Tom run three stills at once, and Deputy Sheriff Chuck makes his move, arresting the suspect he pursued all season.
This episode was dedicated in memory of Darrin Lewis, Mike's brother.

Season 2 specials[edit]

No. in
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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(millions)
20 13 "Secret Summit Part 1" February 6, 2013
In Part 1 of this special, the moonshiners meet in a secluded cabin for an interview with executive producer Matthew Ostrom. They talk about run-ins with the law, why they let the cameras in, making dynamite, and old proofing methods.
21 14 "Secret Summit Part 2" February 13, 2013
In Part 2 of this special, the moonshiners meet in a secluded cabin for an interview with executive producer Matthew Ostrom. They talk about the moonshiners code, leading double lives, obsessive fans, and the perils of life at the still site.
22 15 "Tickle's Guide to Love" February 14, 2013

Season 3 (2013–14)[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(millions)
23 1 "Time to 'Shine" November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) 2.52[15]
It's the start of moonshine season! Moonshiners Jeff and Mark, and partners Josh and Bill hit the ground running. Meanwhile, veteran shiner Tim Smith will make a life-changing move, and Tickle is forced to realize that his time to shine has just begun.
24 2 "A Shiner in Kentucky" November 12, 2013 (2013-11-12) 2.02[16]
Mark and Jeff clear their remote North Carolina still site, while an argument between Josh and Bill threatens to destroy their partnership. Tim has a tough time adjusting to moonshining in a legal Kentucky distillery, and Tickle takes a road trip.
25 3 "Swamp Shiners" November 19, 2013 (2013-11-19) 2.12[17]
Mark and Jeff struggle to set up their remote still site, while Josh and Bill are desperate for cash to build a new copper still. Tensions run high in the Kentucky distillery with Tim and his partner Steve, and a new moonshiner appears in Mississippi.
26 4 "More Shiners More Problems" November 26, 2013 (2013-11-26) 2.72[18]
Tim Smith hires a person with a checkered past to help at the distillery in Kentucky. Tickle learns how to make moonshine in a copper pot still from one of the best. In North Carolina, Jeff and Mark are surprised by an unexpected visitor.
27 5 "Hush Money" December 3, 2013 (2013-12-03) 2.78[19]
In North Carolina, Jeff and Mark must pay hush money to the property owner of their still site, while veteran shiner Jim Tom helps Wayne perfect his moonshine recipe. In Virginia, Tickle encounters bad luck when he starts bootlegging his own shine.
28 6 "First Run" December 10, 2013 (2013-12-10) 2.47[20]
Tickle bootlegs at night, while Wayne comes up with an ingenious drop-off plan for his own bootleggers. Equipment failure threatens the production of Tim Smith's legal moonshine, and Josh and Bill finally begin their first run of strawberry brandy.
29 7 "Blue Moonshine" December 17, 2013 (2013-12-17) 2.22[21]
Josh and Bill are forced back to their day jobs after their shine runs blue. Chico, under financial stress, makes a hard decision that could risk it all. Tickle struggles to keep Tim's old territory supplied. Mark and Jeff move their liquor.
30 8 "Rival Shiners" December 24, 2013 (2013-12-24) 2.16[22]
Tim reaches a milestone with his first bottled batch of shine. Jeff and Mark suspect a rival in their territory. Chico takes a risk that could cost him everything. Josh and Bill's only hope at financing their shine operation is to consider bootlegging.
31 9 "Bootlegging Blowups" December 31, 2013 (2013-12-31) 2.45[23]
Tim enlists Tickle's help to investigate his new still hand, Chico. Josh and Bill take on new risks as they try to stay alive in the moonshine game, as bootleggers. Jeff, Mark and Lance look to take out the competition.
32 10 "Moonshine War" January 7, 2014 (2014-01-07) 3.02[24]
Tickle goes undercover in Kentucky, to find out what Chico has been up to. Josh and Bill hit the open road, to bootleg shine at a music festival. But they soon hit a violent roadblock. Jeff, Mark and Lance look to take out the competition with one shot.
33 11 "Firewater" January 14, 2014 (2014-01-14) 2.65[25]
Josh and Bill suffer the consequences of bootlegging. Darlene goes against her best instinct and lights up her still indoors. Jeff, Mark, and Lance find their competition is still out there. Tim takes final measures to protect his legal shine business.
34 12 "Aftershock" January 28, 2014 (2014-01-28) 2.77[26]
Jeff and Mark look to cash in on one final run of the season. Tickle and Chico's still site is compromised. Mike is desperate to complete his New Orleans order, and turns to Darlene. Josh and Bill might get to sell some of their own liquor after all.
35 13 "Liquid Courage" February 4, 2014 (2014-02-04) 3.03[27]
Jeff and Mark reach the ultimate roadblock. Deputy Chuck is hot on a trail. Josh and Bill might finally be back in the game. Mike takes a trip to finish off his biggest sale of the season. Tickle and crew attract unwanted attention.

Season 3 special[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(millions)
"Road to the Shine" November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) 1.25[15]
The off season from moonshining provides the shiners some relief from the long hours of work and constant fear of getting caught. The moonshiners set aside their craft and carry on the other parts of their lives.
"Kick-off Summit" November 5, 2013 (2013-11-05) 1.91[15]
The 'shiners gather in a secluded cabin to kick off the new season. The episode features new-season highlights and clues to what lies ahead. Josh and Bill go on an adventure to Kentucky, and fans get answers to their questions.
"Christmas Special" December 10, 2013 (2013-12-10) 2.08[20]
"The Ballad of Jim Tom" January 7, 2014 (2014-01-07) 2.26[28]
Jim Tom tells his story in song as he begins attempting to fulfill his lifelong dream of becoming a country music star.

Season 4 (2014–15)[edit]

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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(millions)
36 1 "Shine On" November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 1.771[29]
Tim is on the run after his operation was set on fire. Jim Tom prepares for his second coming as a moonshiner. Tickle and Tyler take their partnership to a new level. Josh and Bill sell last year's surplus shine. Jeff and Mark survey an indoor still site.
37 2 "Moonshine Waterfall" November 11, 2014 (2014-11-11) 1.804[30]
Tickle and Tyler need to fix a bad feed line and get back to work at the moonshine cave. Jim Tom and Roy build the still that will carry them to greatness. Josh and Bill are sidelined with a crushed still. Sheriff’s Deputy Chuck gains ground on Lance.
38 3 "Bullet Proof" November 18, 2014 (2014-11-18) 1.879[31]
Josh & Bill pick up the pieces of their broken still. Lance tries to brew a moonshine game changer as Sheriff's Deputy Chuck closes in. Tickle gets stranded miles from civilization. Tim sets out from Kentucky in search of greener pastures.
39 4 "Risky Whiskey" November 25, 2014 (2014-11-25)
Josh and Bill rebuild bigger and better. Lance takes a risk on a new kind of whiskey, while Jeff and Mark prep their indoor still site. Tickle and crew battle the elements in Kentucky. Tim gives the North Carolina distillery a backwoods makeover.

Season 4 special[edit]

No. in
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Episode title Original airdate U.S. viewers
(millions)
"Kick-off Summit" November 4, 2014 (2014-11-04) 1.402[32]
Tim, Tickle, Josh, Bill, Jeff and Mark gather at a secret location to countdown the minutes to the new season premiere. Jim Tom surprises producers by making his debut at the roundtable. Then the guys let Tim be the judge of a moonshine taste test.


Cast[edit]

Key:      indicates a season in which a person appeared

Cast Role Season 1 Season 2 Season 3
Tim Moonshiner
Tickle Moonshiner
Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton Moonshiner
Jesse Law Enforcement Agent
Jeff Moonshiner
Mark Moonshiner
Lynn Moonshiner
Lance Moonshiner
Jim Tom Moonshiner
Barney Barnwell Moonshiner
Josh Moonshiner
Bill Moonshiner
Howard Moonshiner
Moonshiner X Moonshiner
Chuck Deputy Sheriff
Mike Moonshiner
Tweedy Moonshiner
Wayne Moonshiner
Chico Moonshiner
Darlene Moonshiner
Chris Thompson Moonshiner

Cast descriptions[edit]

Descriptions of cast member characters are listed in this section, based on their depiction in the show – which includes some amount of fiction mixed with fact:

  • Moonshiners:
    • The moonshiner team of Tim and Tickle is featured in both season 1 and season 2 (operating out of Pittsylvania County, Virginia):
      • Tim Smith: Tim is a moonshiner. Descended from three generations of moonshiners and bootleggers, Tim has been around moonshine his entire life. His earliest memories were of helping his father hide moonshine in secret stash spots around the family farm. Tim is also the chief of the local fire department. He lives in Climax, VA with his wife where he is the Chief of the local volunteer Fire Department, Shelby and son, JT. Tim wants to get out of the illicit business and spends much of Season 2 making arrangements to go legal. Season 3 chronicles Tim's struggles at Limestone Branch Distillery in Lebanon, Kentucky.
      • Chico: Tim's former partner at the distillery who was working a contract position as a delivery driver. Chico has a criminal record. Chico eventually joins Tickle after being fired from the distillery.
      • Tickle: Tim's right-hand man. Like Tim, Tickle is a native of southwestern Virginia. He is a hard working still hand who loves moonshine and cooking. During season 2, he splits from Tim and tries to go into business for himself. Season 3 follows Tickle's attempts to supply moonshine for Tim's old customers after the latter goes legal and hands the reigns of his empire over to Tickle.
      • Howard: A new "still hand" recruited as Tickle's assistant in season 2.
    • The team of Mark, Jeff, and Jim Tom (operating out of Graham County, North Carolina):
      • Jeff: A man who has spent most of his working life as both a logger and a bulldozer operator. Though he comes from seven generations of moonshiners, Jeff never wanted to practice making moonshine until the recession left him unemployed.
      • Mark: A man who grew up so isolated from mainstream society that he was 14 years old before he ever saw money. When he was a child, Mark's family lived in a cabin far from the nearest town. They survived by living entirely off the land, hunting or growing all their food. Mark has spent the last thirty years working as a hunting guide and making moonshine. Mark is also Jeff's brother-in-law.
      • Jim Tom Hedrick: A moonshiner and storyteller. He has been a biker, pilot, ham radio operator, and musician, while also producing corn liquor. He has been making moonshine for sixty years, and even brewed while he was in prison. After an argument with Jeff and Mark, Jim Tom breaks from the group and mentors a new shiner, Wayne.
      • Wayne: Wayne is a newcomer to moonshining, using the trade to supplement his day job of meat delivery and help pay for his son's education.
      • Lynn: Jeff's wife.
      • Lance: Jeff and Lynn's son.
    • The Josh and Bill group are working on an underground still at the site of a music festival in South Carolina in season 2, inspired by their deceased friend Barney Barnwell's dream of building such a still:
      • Josh: A lumberjack, biker, and moonshiner who splits his time between South and North Carolina. Long before he became a moonshiner, Josh had a career as a professional superbike and motocross racer. He now sometimes rides a motorcycle with his dog "Cutie Pie" riding on the handlebars.
      • Bill: A man who, when not remodeling homes or making moonshine with Josh, plays fiddle with several local country music bands. He also plays guitar, banjo, and mandolin. Bill grew up in North Carolina, but now lives in South Carolina.
    • Moonshiner X (operating out of Johnston County, North Carolina): An unidentified man who is described as being someone who runs a major moonshining operation. Partway through season 2, he withdraws from participating in the show for fear of being arrested.
    • The Mike and Tweedy moonshiners:
      • Mike: A moonshiner first appearing in season 2. After fifteen years out of the business, Mike wants to make enough moonshine to help his brother, who had health problems. His brother unfortunately passed away sometime after season 2.
      • Tweedy: A moonshiner first appearing in season 2.
    • The Mississippi Moonshiners (introduced in season 3)
      • Darlene: Darlene is a horse trainer, barrel racer, and breeder looking to sell moonshine throughout the barrel racing circuit and prove that women can make shine just as good as the men.
      • Mike: A construction worker and horse dentist up north and a shiner in the swamps
      • Shot: Mike's partner who started moonshining after a decline in corn subsidies
  • Law enforcement officers:
    • Jesse: A Special Agent for the Virginia Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control. In season 1, he was trying to catch various moonshiners in Virginia. He did not return for the show's second season.
    • Chuck: A Deputy Sheriff who is a law enforcement veteran and has spent the last decade trying to catch bootleggers and moonshiners. He joined the show in season 2 after Jesse's departure.

Spinoff[edit]

Main article: Tickle (TV series)

In May 2013, it was announced that, in addition to renewing Moonshiners for a third season, Discovery Channel would be purchasing a spinoff about Tickle, to be called Tickle.[33] The series premiered on August 13, 2013.[34]

References[edit]

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