Great news for the fans of “Pawn Stars!” Now they can catch even more of their favorite cast members as the entire cast has been given a spin off on the History Channel. “Pawn Stars” is all set to make history by introducing a “Pawnography,” a game show version of the show. “Pawnography,” will be set in Las Vegas and recorded before a live studio audience and the duration of the show is half an hour. For the time being, History has ordered 10 episodes of the new “Pawn Stars” game show “Pawnography.”
In each episode of “Pawnography,” the contestants will compete against each other along with Rick and Corey Harrison and Chumlee Russell, trying to answer trivia questions correctly. And in an atypical twist, the grand prize will be items from the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawnshop co-owner Rick Harrison’s personal collection. “Pawn stars” cast will robustly guard their prized items from intelligent contestants.
“Pawn Stars” has become History’s most popular show since it launched in 2009 and as cable’s third most-popular unscripted series. The show’s ratings once peaked at 7.7 million viewers. This brain battle begins shooting on May 18 in Las Vegas. The show is produced by “Pawn Stars” production outfit Leftfield Pictures.
“We are thrilled to work with Leftfield Pictures on this exciting and challenging new game show that combines the two elements that make Pawn Stars an absolute fan favorite — history and the fun, family-dynamic between the Harrison’s and Chumlee,” “This show gives viewers the chance to go head-to-head with the man who knows a little bit about everything, Rick Harrison, and take home treasurable items from the World Famous Gold & Silver Pawnshop,” said History’s Senior Vice President of programming Frontain Bryant in a statement published on Entertainment Weekly (EW).
Are you excited for the news about History ordering 10 episodes of the new “Pawn Stars” game show “Pawnography?” Surely, fans of “Pawn Stars” who can’t get enough of the show are thrilled of this exciting news about their favorite show’s spin-off. Speaking of “Pawn Stars,” the episode entitled “Fiesta Loco” aired on May 1, 2014. According to the show’s Web site, “Fiesta Loco” features an ostensibly genuine Monet painting. For more news about “Pawn Stars” and its spin-off game show “Pawnography,” tune in here at Movie News Guide (MNG).