Season 1 Score: 2 out of 5 stars
This show follows storage hunters Dave Hester, Jarrod Schulz/Brandi Passante, Darrell Sheets and Barry Weiss as they battle each other to win units. I am a fan of the show “Auction Hunters”, so I figured I should give this show a go. The show does not have the personality or entertainment that “Auction Hunters” has. Allen Haff & Ton Jones from that show are memorizing to watch on the TV and these guys don’t come close. These people are working these units out of desperation and these people are actually rather sad and I feel bad for them watching. They are not knowledgeable about the business, which is why this show fails…not everyone can have a reality show. If A&E is reading this review, Dave Hester is the reason why I will not continue to watch this show.
The show takes a different angle on the idea of the show. Since the show has so many different types of personalities, this leads to a lot of fighting, bitterness and battling at each auction. Don’t get me wrong it does make for good entertainment but it also takes away from the reveal of the show. What I like most about “Auction Hunters” is there journey to sell the items and make money. This show features people that have their own shops so the sells are not instant and a lot assumed sales. I did complete watching this season but I will not be tuning in for season two. Check out “Auction Hunters” for a damn good reality auction hunting show.
Episodes includes on season one include:
DISC 1: High Noon in the High Desert / Railroad Roulette / Melee in the Maze / War on the Shore / The Old Spanish Standoff / All Guns To Port / Senior Center Showdown
DISC 2: Midnight in the Gardena Good and Evil / Collector’s Last Stand / School House Lock / Gambler’s Last Resort / Auction Royale / Makings of a Mogul / Trouble the Oil
DISC 3: Chairman of the Hoard / High End Heist / Young with the Gun / Skullduggery / Live and Let Bid