Today we visit with Brandi Passante from A&E’s Hit-Series “Storage Wars”. A new season just started June 6th. You can watch on A&E and stream the episodes the next day.
“Storage Wars” returns to bidding, buying and selling for a new season of wild auction battles in California. Iconic auctioneers Dan and Laura Dotson once again lead our buyers through unit after unit filled with all kinds of surprises. As for the buyers, Brandi Passante has focused her attention on home staging and storage lockers have a way of offering her all kinds of furniture and knick-knacks. Darrell Sheets is lured out of a cozy retirement, being simply unable to resist the pull of auctions. Ivy Calvin has added his son to the family business, bringing along Ivy Jr with him to increase his chances of success. Rene Nezhoda finds himself re-arranging his business, potentially moving his storefront to a location closer to the other buyers. And let’s not forget Kenny Crossley, who’s still trying to get the hang of buying treasure-filled units (without having to spend a fortune), all while keeping everyone in stitches. Perhaps the biggest development this season is the long-anticipated return of Barry Weiss. Adopting a strict new buying regimen and working with an internationally-recognized bidding coach, Barry is intent on getting back in the game and playing for keeps this time.
Viewers will join the thrill of the hunt at the fast-paced auctions for a look into the exhilarating, high-stakes world of storage auctions. Buyers go to the storage facilities, willing to risk it all, to bid on the contents of lockers and if they’re lucky, find treasure not just trash!
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Pat Sajak, the longtime host of “Wheel of Fortune”, has announced his retirement. On social media, he wrote: “I’ve decided that our 41st season, which begins in September, will be my last. It’s been a wonderful ride, and I’ll have more to say in the coming months….If nothing else, it’ll keep the clickbait sites busy!” Sajak, who is 76, joined the show in 1981. He also hosted a daytime version of the series throughout the ’80s. He’s won 3 Daytime Emmys, plus a Lifetime Achievement honor. In 2018, he succeeded “The Price Is Right’s” Bob Barker as the longest-running host of a game show. LINK: https://tinyurl.com/ybzruz3z
The race to replace Pat Sajak as host of “Wheel of Fortune” is on — and the first candidate who’s said to be in talks is none other than — Ryan Seacrest. Known for hosting “American Idol” and “Live With Kelly and Ryan”, he is reportedly in contact with the game show’s producers — and some sources say he’s the frontrunner. Seacrest joins a few others who’ve expressed interest in the gig, including Whoopi Goldberg and broadcaster Jon Alba. And fans have also looked to letter-turner Vanna White as a possible replacement, after she previously guest-hosted the show.
If you build it … she won’t leave. Kevin Costner has reportedly asked for a court to help get his estranged wife, Christine Baumgartner, out of their shared home amid their divorce. Documents show the “Yellowstone” star claims the former model is refusing to leave their house — despite their long-standing prenup giving her 30 days to vacate their home after she filed for divorce on May 1. Costner also alleges that Baumgartner is using her position as leverage to make him agree to “various financial demands.” Costner has allegedly already given Baumgartner over $1.2 million for his prenuptial obligations.
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