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Ready for more Storage Wars? So it the network from where the series comes! A&E announced that two of its popular reality series are slated for their come backs. Storage Wars and American Hoggers will be back with all new episodes in the month of April.
In Storage Wars a pair of auctioneers team up with some other folks to sell off the abandoned lockers of others, with the spoils going to the highest bidders. When it returns this April, it will mark the series’ fourth season. You can expect, according to Deadline, back-to-back episodes on April 16, with one premiering at 9 Pm, and then following right after at 9:30 Pm.
The show is a popular one on the A&E network, topping A&E’s list for adults 18 to 49. It is also hailed as the “third-most-popular non-fiction show on cable”, this for adults aged 25 to 54. You all like to see loot get taken! »
- Sasha Nova
A&E announced today that Storage Wars and American Hoggers will be back next month for new seasons. Storage Wars, the abandoned locker bidding series, returns for a fourth season with back-to-back episodes April 16 at 9 Pm and 9:30 Pm. A big hit for A&E, Storage Wars was the network’s top show last year among adults 18-49 and the third-most-popular non-fiction show on cable adults 25-54. Its Season 3 averaged 4.2 million total viewers. American Hoggers is also back April 16 with dual episodes. Returning for a third season of hog hunter Jerry Campbell and his Texas family, the series will air back-to-back new shows at 10 Pm and 10:30 Pm. Related: A&E Gains 1st Amendment Victory In ‘Storage Wars’ Lawsuit Storage Wars and American Hoggers are produced by Original Productions for A&E. Thom Beers, Philip D. Segal and Jeff Conroy are executive producers for Storage Wars with Jeff Bumgarner co-executive producer. »
- DOMINIC PATTEN
Exclusive: Original Productions, the FremantleMedia-owned company founded by prolific reality producer Thom Beers, has returned to Wme. Beers moved his company from Wme to CAA last June. Two months later, he was named CEO of FremantleMedia North America. As a result, Original underwent executive restructuring, with Philip Segal replacing Beers as CEO & executive producer and Jeff Conroy named president and executive producer. Beers holds a chairman title at Original in addition to his CEO duties at parent Fmna. Since its inception in 1997, Original has produced more than 2,500 hours of TV, including 250 hours in the last year. The company currently has 14 series airing on cable, including The Deadliest Catch, Bering Sea Gold, Ice Road Truckers, Ax Men, Wild Justice, Storage Wars, Storage Wars: Texas and American Hoggers. Storage Wars is A&E’s highest-rated series of all time, with the series’ second-season premiere drawing a record 5.1 million viewers. Its offshoot, Storage Wars: Texas, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
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