The battle between the Hatfields and McCoys is probably the most famous family feud in American history. Bad blood remains between the families more than a century later. But now the two clans are trying to put the past behind them and come together as the families' descendents have an opportunity that could rewrite history ... or keep their hatred going even longer. With moonshine legal in West Virginia, a liquor executive approaches Jim Quick, a maternal descendent of Randall McCoy, to propose a business partnership with the Hatfields to create a Hatfield and McCoy moonshine. The partnership would require Quick to work with Mark Hatfield, the great-great-great grandson of Devil Anse Hatfield, and the families to share their secret moonshine recipes with each other. This docuseries follows the families as they try to work together in a project that could net them millions.
Runtime: 60 minutes
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Panic 911 (also stylized as PANIC 9-1-1) is an American documentary television series that airs on A&E and debuted on November 29, 2012. The series got its name from the emergency telephone number used in the United States. Panic 911 was canceled on September 12, 2013 after 9 episodes.
Hatfields & McCoys: White Lightning - Premise - Netflix
The series reenacts and follows the events of actual 9-1-1 calls. Within each episode, the 9-1-1 call narrates what is happening while interviews with those involved are also included with their first-hand details. Each episode opens with the following:
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