A&E Greenlights WWE Memorabilia-Hunting Series And Renews Live PD
The network announced two new series and give Live PD a huge episode order.
WWE is expanding its unscripted TV series catalog for 2020. Currently, the company has Total Divas and Total Bellas on E! and Miz and Mrs. on USA. Now, the sports entertainment giant is launching a new show on A&E, which is being developed under the working title The Ques. Additionally, A&E made two more announcements for upcoming series.
Following in the footsteps of other shows like American Pickers, Pawn Stars, or the new Disney+ series Prop Culture, the official synopsis for The Quest for Lost WWE Treasures reads, "WWE's Stephanie McMahon and Paul 'Triple H' Levesque, will lead a team of collectors, WWE superstars, and legends as they investigate, negotiate, bid and travel across the country to hunt down and reclaim some of the most elusive WWE collectibles."
The show will give viewers a unique look at historical items from WWE's past along with taking them into the WWE Archives, which holds thousands of items from WWE's history including PPV ring signs and plenty of Undertaker coffins. The first season will consist of 10, one-hour long episodes.
The Quest for Lost WWE Treasures joins the previously announced Biography specials, which will showcase WWE superstars Randy Savage, Roddy Piper, Booker T, Steve Austin, and Shawn Michaels.
Additionally, A&E renewed it's unscripted series Live PD which follows law enforcement agencies across the United States, live. The network ordered an additional 160 episodes, as the series celebrates its 300th episode in June.
Finally, the new series What's It Worth? Live has been ordered for eight, two-hour episodes. The live show is hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy as he give viewers the opportunity to purchase rare and interesting items from other people. Foxworthy will be joined by experts that will give viewers more details about the items and their worth. What's It Worth? Live sounds a lot like Antiques Roadshow meets Pawn Stars.
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