What’s It Worth? and Extreme Unboxing are coming soon to A&E. The cable network has released previews for both new shows, which will premiere next month.
A&E revealed more about the new shows in a press release. Check that out below.
“A&E announces two new series as part of its Summer 2020 lineup. Hosted by comedy legend and personal collector Jeff Foxworthy, What’s It Worth? premieres on Tuesday, August 4 at 9pm ET/PT. The new 30-minute series debuts ahead of the previously announced two-hour live series “What’s It Worth? Live” which will launch this Fall. With people across the nation spending more time inside their homes than ever, this half hour series follows Jeff as he scours the country in search of truly unique possessions and collectibles with shocking values – without ever leaving his Georgia man cave.
Following What’s It Worth? at 10pm ET/PT on August 4, new series Extreme Unboxing showcases a group of daring entrepreneurs as they buy large boxes of discounted merchandise for pennies on the dollar, sight unseen. Viewers will watch as each team bets big and reveals the contents of the boxes for what they hope are big profits.
“A&E has been always been a leader in the transactional programming space and we are excited to bring viewers along on a hunt for hidden treasures in these two new series,” said Elaine Frontain Bryant, Executive Vice President and Head of Programming, A&E Network. “The on-going partnership with Jeff Foxworthy, a one of a kind collector, in both What’s It Worth? and What’s It Worth? Live allows us to expand on the traditional genre with a modern and digital twist. Additionally, giving viewers a look into the fascinating world of pallet flipping, Extreme Unboxing showcases the savviness of these entrepreneurs in a never before seen way.””
Check out the new previews for What’s It Worth? and Extreme Unboxing below.
What do you think? Will you watch these new shows on A&E in August? Has one caught your eye more based on the previews?
I have a set of prints called i carbonizzati by artist Pietro Lazzari from 1967. the date is Washington dc 1967. The artist signed this to Yoichi Okamoto September 1968. Mr Okamoto was the photographer for the white house at the time. I found a letter at smithsonian site from Lazzari to Okamoto dated that same day.
I would love to know if its worth anything at all. Its a piece of history and it was donated to our organization years ago by Mr Okamotos family on his death.
I have a collection of Indian arrowheads that my grandmother collected when she was a little girl living in Oklahoma and playing on the Indian mounds. She kept them in a little box for 50 years before she gave them to me and now I’ve kept them in a box for 50 years. They are in pristine condition and I’d like to know what they are worth.
I helped an older gentle men move his things out of his house when he was moving and came across and old chest and inside was a baseball that had Babe Ruth’s name signed on it in pencil. He said Babe had hit a home run with it and was able to get him to sign it. This game, he told me was in 1939 in NY, that his dad took him to see when he was just a kid. This elderly man had no kids or wife, she had died years before, and said he had no one to… Read more »
how do you bet on extreme unbox i would like to bet to
I have been collecting my entire life antiques, estate items, thrift store finds of various appeal. I am 60 this year and ready to find out what some of my stuff is worth. I saw Jeff live in Richmond Virginia years ago on The Blue Collar Tour but didn’t know he is also a collector. Thats Cool. Would love to be considered for him to tour my house and jewels.
I would like to be on your TV show. I am a huge fan of Jeff Foxworthy and have a signed photo ( I don’t have a letter of proof it’s real) of Jimi Hendrix I got at an estate sale.
My father was an avid bluegrass lover and played the mandolin and dobro. He past away in 2015. I have 1 old Martin guitar, 2 old gibson banjos, an old mandolin and two other instruments that I don’t know the value of. Can you help.
Please can you tell me how to get on What’s it Worth? A friend of mine has recently inherited 8 pieces of art from a collection that an uncle had accumulated. She brought them to me to help identify them. There is very little documentation on them. She does know that he collected in the early nineteen hundreds and traveled extensively in Europe and in this country. I studied art years ago in college, so I know some of the styles and possible value if they are real. Right now they live in one of her closets in Red River… Read more »
May have a memorabilia room you maybe interested in? Can send a video if I have email to send too! Thanks!