A&E's Hit Real-Life Series 'Storage Wars' Returns for a Third Season on Tuesday, June 5

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May 14th, 2012

via press release:

New York, NY – May 14, 2012 – Everyone’s favorite modern-day treasure hunters continue on their quest for the extraordinary in an action packed all-new season of dramatic bidding, intense rivalries and high-stakes entertainment. Season three of A&E’s most watched series, “Storage Wars,” premieres with back-to-back episodes on Tuesday, June 5 at 10 and 10:30 PM ET/PT.


“Storage Wars,” which follows teams of bidders looking to score it big in the high stakes world of storage auctions, ranks as A&E’s number one series of all time and the number three non-fiction show on cable among adults 25-54. The series’ second season averaged 4.7 million total viewers and in November 2011 hit an all-time high of 5.6 million viewers making it the series’ most watched episode and the network’s #1 original series telecast of all time.


It’s an all-new season and the business of buying is reaching critical mass. Barry Weiss throws everything in “The Collector’s” arsenal at the storage auction game. Jarrod and Brandi are all grown up, but with more money come more problems. Darrell Sheets’ problem is not his quickly filling warehouse; it’s his son Brandon. And Dave Hester reveals that even “The Mogul” may just indeed be mortal. From robots to drag races, and artifacts to artisans…the next level has arrived.


“Storage Wars” is produced by Original Productions, a FremantleMedia Company, for A&E Network. Executive producers are Thom Beers, Philip D. Segal and Jeff Conroy. Dolph Scott is co-executive producer and Jeff Bumgarner is a series producer. A&E executive producers are David McKillop, Elaine Frontain Bryant and Fred Grinstein.

  • Brandon

    How many episodes?

  • Restless


  • SEJ

    @Brandon, 26 episodes. It was in the headline of the press release, which wasn’t included here.

  • steve


  • Texster

    It must have taken the producers quite a while to write the scripts and rent the lockers at various storage facilities, fill them with crap and hide valuables inside, then stop paying and let the lockers slide to auction. I stopped believing this show has anything to do with ‘reality’ a long time ago.

  • LA King

    Texster – if you had seen Storage Wars Unlocked where they go behind the scenes you would know that these shows aren’t staged. The only shows we see are where our crew wins. They don’t show the episodes where others besides the main 4 win.

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