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 - Netflix
Storage Wars (stylized as STORAGE WAR$) is an American reality television series on the A&E Network that premiered on December 1, 2010. When rent is not paid on a storage locker for three months in California, the contents can be sold by an auctioneer as a single lot of items in the form of a cash-only auction. The show follows professional buyers who visit storage facilities throughout the state and bid on these lockers. Before each locker is auctioned, the buyers are given five minutes to inspect the contents from the doorway, but may not enter the locker or touch any of the items. After the day's auctions are completed, the winning bidders sort through the lockers, estimating the prices they will set on the contents and/or consulting with experts for an appraisal of unusual items. Running totals on-screen display the cost versus estimated total value, and a final tally at the end of the episode summarizes the buyers' net profit or loss.
Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys - Critical reception - Netflix
Critical response was mixed, with Mary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times calling Storage Wars “a strangely uplifting show — hope being one of the many things one can apparently find in an abandoned storage unit,” and Neil Genzlinger of The New York Times called the series “an especially entertaining addition to the genre.” Brian Lowry of Variety said that “'Wars' should have been left in storage, indefinitely.” Writing for Slate, Troy Patterson gave a mixed review, referring to the series as “trash TV” as well as “trivial and magnetic.” Ellen Gray of the Philadelphia Daily News suggested “if there's an acquisitive bone in your body, you should probably steer clear”.
Storage Wars: Barry's Best Buys - References - Netflix