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Picked Off is a new television show that is debuting on cable television. Picked off is a purely new take on an old and very familiar television theme. The show combines hunting flea markets for the perfect find with treasure hunting. It definitely keeps viewers glued to the television set. There is plenty of action and excitement on the show to keep you on the edge of your seat until the last challenge. The unique reality game show is hosted by Keith Neubert, a former NFL Player.

The show is unlike any other type of show on cable. It combines a group of picker hobbyists into teams. There are four teams. Each team is given $100 dollars to find the perfect item that has the greatest value. The clock is set and they are off. They drive around the country meeting interesting people with odd objects to sell. They use their picking skills and talents to get the objects at a good price.

The challenge to find that perfect hidden treasure takes skill and talent. Those pickers who are not up to the task are quickly eliminated or picked off. The group brings back some really interesting items for the judges. The judges job is to assess the value of the items that the teams picked. The two judges take time to look over the items. They make a decision on the value of the objects. The team with the least valued object is picked off. The teams that remain will face more challenges. Now, the teams have more money and are able to really go for the gold. They scramble to find the best valued objects and negotiate a good price with the owner.

Soon, only two teams remain. The last challenge is the toughest. One team will be picked off and the other team will win the grand prize of $10,000. This is a game show that is sure to satisfy those who like flea marketing, antiques, and challenges.

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Wednesday 10:00 PM et/pt on History Channel
1 Season, 7 Episodes - New Series
Family, Game Show, Reality
6/10
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Picked Off Full Episode Guide

  • In Louisiana, four teams of amateur pickers compete in a winner-take-all elimination, hoping to turn $100 into valuable objects and a $10,000 grand prize. Antique experts, the Merrill brothers, judge the market value of items.

  • In Mississippi, four teams of amateur pickers compete in a winner-take-all elimination, hoping to turn $100 into valuable objects and a $10,000 grand prize.

  • In Alabama, four teams of amateur pickers compete in a winner-take-all elimination, hoping to turn $100 into valuable objects and a $10,000 grand prize.

  • A 13-foot alligator gives one couple a big lead. At a Pensacola yard sale, a team of New Yorkers leverage their charm while two bickering friends think outside the box to sweeten their bid.

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