Storage Wars

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Storage Wars is back for another season of heated auction battles and great finds! This season, we have the pleasure of welcoming Emily Wears, a 27-year-old auctioneer from Solon, Iowa. Emily has over ten years of auctions under her belt and is trying... read more
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Storage Wars is back for another season of heated auction battles and great finds! This season, we have the pleasure of welcoming Emily Wears, a 27-year-old auctioneer from Solon, Iowa. Emily has over ten years of auctions under her belt and is trying to grow her business by branching out to the west coast. She turns heads with her unique and immediately makes waves by dispensing with the usual “Going once! Going twice!” and selling the locker at her own pace. Rene (who was trying to jump in at the last moment) gets left out and misses the sale. Throughout the remainder of her nine appearances, Emily gives us a taste of what this auction world looks like through the eyes of an outsider. Dan and Laura Dotson take over for the second half of the season in their usual hyper-energetic style that viewers have gotten accustomed to since the inception of the show. On the buying end, we bring back the regulars: Dave Hester returns, stirring things up from the start; Darrell Sheets shows off his recent weight loss and brings along an eager (if unprepared) pupil; while Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz, having sold their store, are forced to approach the business from a different angle. Rene Nezhoda hits the ground running, nailing a HUGE vintage video game locker and showing that he’s still a major player. Ivy Calhoun keeps grinding, buying locker after locker, working economies of scale to his advantage. Mary Padian is as feisty as ever, holding her own against the competition. Rounding out the bidders this season is longtime fan favorite Kenny Crossley, who made his first appearance alongside Barry Weiss back in season 2. This time, Kenny brings his unique hilarious twist as a bidder in his own right, catching the others off guard and putting on a show for the audience. Simply put: Kenny is magic!

Original Release

12/01/2010 on A&E

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Cast

# Title Air Date
1 The Jenny, The Baker, The Prosthetics Maker Wednesday, 07 November 2018
2 Weekend at Barry's Wednesday, 07 November 2018
3 A Sale of Two Cities Wednesday, 14 November 2018
4 They Shoe Horses, Don't They? Sunday, 18 November 2018
5 Talkin' in Cody Wednesday, 21 November 2018
6 Om Sweet Om Wednesday, 21 November 2018
7 Grandma's Havoc Wednesday, 28 November 2018
8 Cloudy with a Chance of Profit Wednesday, 28 November 2018
9 Let's Give 'Em Something to Tonka About Wednesday, 09 January 2019
10 Fowl Play Wednesday, 09 January 2019
11 What Came First: the Chicken or the Auction? Wednesday, 16 January 2019
12 The Wind Beneath Our Bids Wednesday, 16 January 2019
13 Not All That Glitters Is Gourd Thursday, 24 January 2019
14 Mistress of the Snark Wednesday, 23 January 2019
15 Nowhere to Formaldehyde Wednesday, 30 January 2019
16 Drama in the LBC Wednesday, 30 January 2019
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Cast

Producers

Thom Beers Executive Producer
Philip David Segal Executive Producer
Jeff Bumgarner Executive Producer
Elaine Frontain Bryant Executive Producer
Rob Sharenow Executive Producer
Jeff Conroy Executive Producer
Sean Gottlieb Executive Producer
Dave Mace Executive Producer
Dolph Scott Executive Producer
Roman Mykytyn Executive Producer
Jeff Frey Executive Producer
David McKillop Executive Producer
Fred Grinstein Executive Producer
Sarah Whalen Executive Producer
Ernie Avila Executive Producer
Jeana Dill Executive Producer
Franklin Cumberbatch Jr. Executive Producer
Tim Mann Executive Producer
Matthew Bennett Executive Producer
Jeff Frey Producer
Natalie Knight Producer
Jessica Jimenez Producer
Danny Jordan Producer
Richard Hilton Producer
Rob Lavin Producer
Tim Brown Producer
Alex Sherratt Producer
Bitten Heine Producer
Keith Fisher Producer
Marielle Woods Producer
Lauren Deuterman Producer
Eric Lyons Producer
Andrea Capelli Producer
Mike Jaglin Producer
Katrina Frolov Producer
Jeff Bumgarner Producer
Shannon O'Rourke Producer
Megan Shearin Producer
Roman Mykytyn Producer
Mark Stelljes Producer
Andy Hurst Producer
Matt Maier Producer
Heather Mansfield Producer
Matt Silna Producer
Jillian Pagnini Producer
Stephen Morris Producer
Maggie O. Dolly Producer
Sun de Graaf Producer
John Maps Watkins Producer
Edison Layne Producer
Heather Ito Producer
Liz Finelli Producer
Gloria Kruener Producer
Andrew King Producer
Steven Robillard Producer
Tim Beers Jr. Producer
Meghan Smith Producer
Catherine Pasciak Producer
Logan Leikam Producer
Anna Turner Producer
Lyndsey Hopkins Producer
Will Lupardus Producer
Leigh Broadbent Producer
Jenifer Faison Producer
Cristina Lujan Producer
A. Justin Alderfer Producer
Sundee Manusakis Producer
Dolph Scott Producer
Sarah Venable Burns Producer
Courtney Dickson Producer
Josh Brand Producer
Arom Starr-Paul Producer
Johnny Beechler Producer
Lisa Beth Johnson Producer
Jarret Palmer Producer
Ilse Fernandez Producer
Joanna Whitney Producer
Will Gatlin Producer
Marc Allen Graham Producer
Brian House Producer
John Moody Producer
Deborah Barak Producer
Travis Donnelly Producer
Tia Devlin Producer
Peter Bumgarner Producer
Justin Killion Producer
Mark Fortgang Producer
Adam Flacks Producer
Kirby Williamson Producer
Douglas Bruce Producer
Clayton Cogswell Producer

Editors

Brett Lyda, Brian Keech, Michael Armes, Erick Fefferman, Alex Durham, Joe Mikan, Aner Moss, Jeremy Klavens, George Valdez, Peter Kaminski, John Webb, Alexander Sanchez, Roman Mykytyn, Bryan Richert, Darren Ankenman, Paul Botticelli, Kelly Coskran, Sam Fricke, Gavin Brennan, Harp Pekin, Josh Earl, Ed Greene, Conrad Stanley

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