Storage Wars: Texas

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  • TV-PG
  • 2011
  • 4 Seasons
  • 5.1  (1,397)

Storage Wars: Texas was a reality TV show that aired on A&E from 2011 to 2014. It was a spin-off of the popular show Storage Wars and followed a group of buyers who bid on abandoned storage units in Texas in hopes of finding valuable items inside. The show was hosted by three main cast members: Walt Cade, Ricky Smith, and Bubba Smith. Walt Cade was a seasoned auctioneer with over 30 years of experience who had a love for the thrill of the bidding. Ricky Smith was a former professional football player turned auction buyer who brought his competitive spirit to each auction. Bubba Smith was a laid-back, fun-loving buyer who sometimes brought along his young son to help him find treasures.

Each episode of Storage Wars: Texas began with the trio arriving at a storage facility and surveying the units up for auction. The buyers were only given a brief glimpse of the contents of each unit before the bidding began, and they had only a few minutes to decide whether to bid or not.

As the bidding started, tensions rose as each buyer tried to outdo the others. The bids often started low, but quickly increased as the buyers tried to win the unit. Once the bidding was finished, the buyer with the highest bid won the unit and had the chance to go inside and see what they had just purchased.

Sometimes the units were a bust, containing only junk or worthless items, but other times they were filled with valuable finds such as antiques, rare collectibles, or even large amounts of cash. The buyers would then take their winnings to be appraised and sold, hoping to make a profit from their investment.

The show not only focused on the excitement of the auctions and the valuable finds but also on the competitive relationships between the buyers. They often went head-to-head, trying to outdo each other both in their bidding and their sales.

The buyers were also shown dealing with the challenges of running their own businesses. They had to navigate the ups and downs of the resale market, deal with difficult customers, and manage their own finances.

The show had a distinct Texas flavor, with many units containing items such as cowboy hats, boots, and antique firearms. The buyers themselves also added to the Texas feel with their colorful personalities and accents.

Overall, Storage Wars: Texas was a thrilling and entertaining show that kept audiences on the edge of their seats with each auction. It provided an inside look at the world of storage unit auctions and the people who made their living buying and selling these abandoned treasures.

Storage Wars: Texas is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (79 episodes). The series first aired on December 6, 2011.

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8. Built for Pleasure
October 1, 2013
The auction action goes down in the east Texas town of Longview. Lesa and Jerry play their home-field advantage and lock horns with the new team of Jenny and Mary. "Man in Black" Rudy Castro takes aim at an unusual weapon. Ricky and Bubba, seeking to expand their warehouse, reckon with more than they can handle. Out in Longview, there may be something for everyone--if their competition lets them get it.
Where to Watch Storage Wars: Texas
Storage Wars: Texas is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Storage Wars: Texas on demand at Philo, Amazon, A&E, The Roku Channel Free, Sling, Hoopla and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    December 6, 2011
  • IMDB Rating
    5.1  (1,397)