Tuesday (August 15, 2023) the hit A&E series “Storage Wars” returns tonight with an all-new episode
The August 15 episode of Storage Wars tonight airs at 10:30PM ET on A&E. You can watch previous episodes at AETV.com. Check out more information about the episode below.
Storage Wars Tonight “Five Cards But No Stud”
Rene arrives in West Covina feeling nostalgicand ends up cheering him up. Kenny zeroes in on a “tricycle” locker and deals with the contents. The Calvins are just trying to have a good time, but Barry is perplexed by his friends’ lack of professionalism.
“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.
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