A&E has announced that season three of Barter Kings will kick off on Tuesday, August 6th. The cable channel has ordered eight episodes, up from last season’s half-dozen order.
Here’s the press announcement:
A&E NETWORK TRADES UP TO THE THIRD SEASON OF “BARTER KINGS”
HIT SERIES RETURNS TUESDAY, AUGUST 6 AT 10 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY – July 25, 2013 –The kings of bartering are back with a brand new season, and the trades and the drama are bigger than ever. A&E’s hit series ‘Barter Kings’ returns with eight all-new episodes, premiering on Tuesday, August 6 at 10 PM ET/PT.
“Barter Kings” follows Steve and Antonio, two of the best barterers in the business, as they trade up from low value items to items worth thousands. In the competitive industry of cashless trading, Steve and Antonio have the skills to get what they want without spending a dime. This season, business is booming and Steve and Antonio expand by opening a new store in Utah. With their Apprentice and rising queen Kendall’s help back in the High Desert, this tough team is prepped and ready to do whatever it takes to cash out big!
In the season three premiere episode, Steve and Antonio are looking to trade up to a “monstrous” item for their parking lot sale. However, nothing comes easy in the bartering business, and to close this deal, someone may be taking a shot…from a taser.
“Barter Kings” is produced for A&E Network by Brownstone Entertainment. Executive Producers for Brownstone Entertainment are Drew Brown, Bob Gillan and Brian Richardson. Nicco Ardin is Co-Executive Producer. Executive Producers for A&E are Elaine Frontain Bryant and Nicole Reed.
Please visit press.aenetworks.com to screen the season three premiere episode of “Barter Kings.”
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What do you think? Are you a fan of Barter Kings? Will you be tuning in?