A&E Declares ‘Wars’ — All Three of Them — to Be Fit for Renewal

Apr 13, 2012  •  Post A Comment

A&E has given renewals to three successful “Wars” reality shows — two focused on storage lockers and one centered on shipping, according to The Hollywood Reporter’s The Live Feed.

"Shipping Wars," "Storage Wars" and "Storage Wars: Texas" have each been picked up for an additional 26-episode season, with all set to return in the summer, the story notes.

"America is at a crossroads where people are finding new ways to make money and earn a living,” A&E Network/BIO Channel Executive Vice President of Programming David McKillop said in a statement.

"Storage Wars" is cable’s third-most-watched show among adults 25 to 54, the story notes. It’s also A&E’s top-rated program of all time, the piece adds.

“Storage Wars: Texas” is the network’s most-watched new show of the year, followed by “Shipping Wars,” the story notes.

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