"Storage Wars" on A&E is a reality series which follows four professional buyers and their teams as they scour repossessed storage units in search of hidden treasure. Part gamblers, part detectives, these auction pros have found everything from coffins to the world's most valuable comic book collection, paying as little as ten dollars for items valued in the millions.

Each episode of "Storage Wars" follows a group of bidders as they get a quick peek inside the units, aided only by the beam of a flashlight. They then must assess on the spot if the unit is worth a bid and how high they will actually go to grasp the gold. The high-stakes fun begins as we see if the resulting buy is full of mostly trash ... or true treasure. Driven by Dan Dotson, one of the most successful and outrageous auctioneers in the country, the cast of buyers is as colorful and varied as the treasures they uncover.

Season 2

In "Storage Wars" Season 2, the stakes are higher; the rivalries more intense; the drama more explosive. Get set for a wild ride as everyone's favorite treasure hunters return for an action packed second season.

In season two the hunt continues as the fortune foursome blaze through Southern California storage facilities — but with new enemies and higher stakes, finding auction treasure has never been more difficult. Dave Hester opens an auction house, forcing a sizable investment that could destroy his "Mogul" status. Troubles at home sideline Darrell Sheets' business, causing the "Gambler" to take desperate measures. And the rivalry between them both has never been more heated. Meanwhile, Jarrod and Brandi open an annex to their shop, laying down the gauntlet to their bankrolled competition. And after selling rap impresario Suge Knight's clothes, Barry Weiss is just trying to stay out of trouble. Hollywood memorabilia and vintage guitars are just a small measure of the plunder to be found and in this world where cash is king and winner takes all, it's anyone's guess who will come out on top.

Season 3

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.

Season 4

In the season four premiere episode, it's an auction standoff in Stanton, California. Darrell reemerges after scoring the biggest hit in "Storage Wars" history. Barry gets his motors running. And Nabila gets run up on a locker ... that's fit for a dummy. Celebrity ventriloquist and comedian Jeff Dunham guest stars as an appraiser. In the second episode, the buyers are back in Surf City, USA. Barry brings the king of kitsch, Charles Phoenix, to "view" an auction first hand. Darrell finds there's no such thing as home field advantage. And Jarrod buys solo only to have Brandi drag him down to the station!

Season 5

The series returns for a fifth season and the gloves are off! Jarrod and Brandi find themselves fighting to keep their business afloat. Darrell Sheets continues to teach his son Brandon about the business of buying. Rene Nezhodah and his wife Casey will do whatever it takes to gain respect from the veterans, and Ivy Calvin pulls no punches at the auction or at his store. In a world where cash is king, the art of storage buying has never been more valuable.

"Storage Wars" Season 5 is produced by Original Productions, a FremantleMedia Company ("Ice Road Truckers" and "Deadliest Catch") for A&E Network. Executive producers are Thom Beers and Philip D. Segal. Jeff Conroy is co-executive producer and Dolph Scott is series producer. A&E executive producers are David McKillop and Elaine Frontain Bryant.

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Network: A&E
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: December 1, 2010
Finale Date: July 20, 2010
Seasons: 5
Production Company: Original Productions

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ecogirl says:
Since this happened to me in May, losing my entire(4 bdr home)with all belongings/heirlooms etc.. that I had been storing for 14 yrs to clean/restore & pass down to the kids after a '96 toxic mold exposure. I am shocked & saddened to see auction buyers greed/joy on tv for display at the expense of the true & grieving original property owners, who likely hit a financial downturn & were simply unable to meet a few payments, as I was. There is nothing inspiring or rewarding here & no life lesson watching people prey on anothers' losses of collectibles. I missed the mailing, had the car in the shop, was ill and w/o any children to take me there to stop the process. Am unable to shake the huge grief & loss due to this very unfortunate event. Would do anything to retrieve my beloved family's heirlooms/mementos for a trade or payback check or gift. I have nothing left!! Am missing my lovely gifts/puchases of copper, silver, crystal, sterling, china,clothing & other special items incl furniture, toys, family movies,artwork, furs, letters, sporting goods, games, wedding dress,antiques, yearbooks & so much more!! This is truly disheartening reality tv.
zipdisk01 says:
Watched storage wars last night. Quite disturbing to see people take advantage of anothers hardship. As far as I can see the people who buy these units are lacking in morals and basic humanity. What if that was your worldly possesions being sold. When i think of the cast of storage wars "parasite" comes to mind. One can only hope karma pays these people a visit one day soon.
james says:
that brandi is hot. would like to see more of her
inglewood says:
I hope that someone stabs david in the neck in the parking lot one day.
susansmiles61 says:
I love this show! I do not feel sorry for the people that do not claim their goods. Eco girl posted she lost her items that she had been storing for 14 years! STUPID!!! Lets say she paid to store that stuff for only $200.00 a month for 14 years. She spent $33,600.00 to store her stuff. If these possessions were so important to her she should have paid her bill or moved her stuff out before she got in arrears on her payments. Most of the folks losing their stuff just were not careful with their money or budgets. So enough of crying for the stupid stiffs that did not pay their bills. I love all the people on this show. I watch it again and again.

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