Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys - Netflix
Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys is a series that airs extended enhanced episodes with extra information and unseen footage from the show "Storage Wars" that also airs on A&E.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys - Storage Wars (franchise) - Netflix
Storage Wars is an American reality TV franchise on the A&E Network. The original series, Storage Wars, debuted on December 1, 2010, and has so far run for nine seasons, with a tenth currently airing. The success of Storage Wars led to A&E commissioning a spin-off series, Storage Wars: Texas, which ran for three seasons, ending in January 2014. A&E announced that a second spin-off was in production, Storage Wars: New York was scheduled to air on December 11, 2012 but was pushed back to January 1, 2013. Storage Wars: New York ran for two seasons, ending in November 2013. A third spin-off, Storage Wars Canada, was released on the Canadian OLN network in 2013 and ran for two seasons, ending in June 2015.
Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys - Other featured buyers - Netflix
These buyers aren't main cast members of the show, they show up frequently. Bill Archer (Season 1): Archer had recently left his previous job to become a storage-unit buyer at the time of his first appearance. Archer only appeared full-time in one episode in the first season, which was the episode “Young with the Gun”. He has been seen in the background since his initial appearance. Mark Balelo (Seasons 2-4): Balelo owned a liquidation, wholesale, and distribution company, and an auction house, and also used to own a gaming store called “The Game Exchange” from 2009-2012. He was known for bringing large sums of money to auctions, as much as $50,000 at a time, and overpricing Barry to $1,500 and Dave to almost $10,000. He also earned the name “Rico Suave” for his tendency to dress in fancy clothes at storage auctions. He appeared three times during the second season, five times in the third season and three times in the fourth season, filmed shortly before his death. Nabila Haniss (Season 2-present): Haniss received attention for purchasing a storage unit that contained items belonging to socialite Paris Hilton. She appeared five times in the second season, once in the third season, and twice in the fourth season. Jeff Jarred (Season 3): Jarred is the owner of the “It's New To You” antique and thrift store, that he runs with his daughter in Burbank, California. In the past, he has often fought with Dan Dotson, after accusing him of using sneaky tactics at auctions in order to allow regular bidders to win units. However, he and Dotson decided to make peace in the third season. He appeared six times during the third season. Mark Compers (Season 3): Compers is a self-employed antiques and collectibles dealer who appeared in one episode in the third season. Although he failed to secure a unit, he showed willing and turned up to the auction with a substantial amount of cash. Herb Brown and Mike Karlinger (Season 3-present) Herb and Mike are brothers-in-law. They have also appeared in the episodes of season 3 “Portrait of the Gambler”, “Nobody's Vault but Mine”, “Still Nobody's Vault but Mine” in Season 4, “Old Tricks, New Treats”, “Orange You Glad Dan Sold It Again?”, “That's My Jerry!” Brown and Karlinger pranked Dave Hester through tank top twins in episode “Jurassic Bark”, which is where they made their first appearance on the show. The Harris Brothers (Mark and Matt) (Season 3-present): The Harris Brothers, who are identical twins, first appeared in “May the Vaults be with You” as an appraiser for Barry when he went to get something appraised. Since then, they have bid with the rest of the cast. The Harris Brothers first bid with the rest of the cast in the episode “The Kook, The Chief, His Son, and The Brothers”. The self-proclaimed “Kings of Swag,” the Harris brothers specialize in Hollywood memorabilia. They have appeared one episode in Season 3, “The Kook, The Chief, His Son, and The Brothers”, and five times in Season 4 in the episodes “Oysters on the Half Plate”, “The Shrining”, “The French Job”, “There's No Place Like Homeland”, and “Total Wine Domination”.
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