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'Rat Busters NYC' Premieres on the Animal Planet

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New York pest management professionals Jimmy Tallman and Michael Morales of Magic Exterminating (a New York City and Long Island based company) are the stars of “Rat Busters NYC,” a new series that premiered last week on the Animal Planet.

| August 24, 2011

NEW YORK — New York pest management professionals Jimmy Tallman and Michael Morales of Magic Exterminating (a New York City and Long Island based company) are the stars of “Rat Busters NYC,” a new series that premiered last week on the Animal Planet

According to a press release from the Animal Planet, the new program “invites cameras to see just what's 'rat'tling New Yorkers. These Brooklyn-born pest experts strip away the city's protective veil as they bring the reality of the army of vermin that are a part of The Big Apple's immense population to light — and they're everywhere — from warehouses and small businesses to apartments and single-family homes, from the Upper East Side to Tribeca and crawling all over Brooklyn and Queens! Six hour-long episodes of “Rat Busters NYC” follow service managers Jimmy and Michael, a comedic dynamic duo with a brother-like kinship, as they tackle rat families bigger than their own, and other metropolitan pests like roaches, mice, bed bugs, raccoons and pigeons.”

To learn more about the series and watch clips visit http://animal.discovery.com/tv/rat-busters-nyc/.


 

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