It’s time to set your DVR because season five of “Storage Wars” premieres on March 18. The season opens with back-to-back episodes and is followed by “Barry’d Treasure,” a new show featuring Barry Weiss from “Storage Wars.”
What to Expect from Storage Wars Season Five
According to TV by the Numbers, Jarrod and Brandi are fighting to save their business in season five and series regular Darrell Sheets will continue to teach his son about storage auctions. The season will also feature Rene Nezhodah, his wife Casey, and Ivy Calvin. It is shaping up to be a great season for anyone who loves the show.
What are Storage Auctions?
For new viewers, “Storage Wars” is a popular show that follows people who bid in storage auctions. A storage auction is when people are allowed to bid on the contents of a storage space because the owner of the goods has fallen behind on payments. Only after a rather extensive process can items be sold and renters have ample opportunities to keep their items before an auction date is set.
What Do People Store?
What makes “Storage Wars” so exciting is that you never know what the storage units contain. You can use a storage unit to preserve and protect just about anything. It is common for bidders to purchase units that contain clothes, tools, cookware, business equipment, baby items, electronics, books, antiques, and collectibles.
What is “Barry’d Treasure?”
Barry Weiss gained his notoriety on “Storage Wars” as an eccentric collector. He officially retired from storage auctions, but he is not done searching for rare and fascinating objects. In each episode of his new show, he will travel the country searching for special items. Of course, you can expect him to get sidetracked as he always does. During this first season, he will co-pilot a buggy in Amish country and even ride a camel in Appalachia.
Are you going to Watch?
Storage Wars is an entertaining show that those of use in the storage business love to watch. Are you going to watch the new season? Are you going to check out Barry Weiss’ new show? Let us know if you have any questions regarding storage or auctions.