Get More Barry on His New Show, “Barry’d Treasure”

Barry'd Treasure WeissFor many fans, Barry Weiss’s departure from Storage Wars was a serious blow.

His larger-than-life personality and crazy antics added a level of entertainment to the show that nobody else could hope to match.

But there’s some good news: If you’ve been missing Barry, you don’t have to wait much longer to get your fix.

A new show, Barry’d Treasure, is set to air on 3/18/2014. The show will air at 10pm, right after the Storage Wars season 5 premiere.

This new program takes a detour from the usual storage auction format. Rather than attending auctions, Barry and his new crew are traveling the country in search of rare and intriguing collector items to add to his own eclectic collection.

To do it, he’ll have to interact with a colorful cast of characters from all over the country and haggle with them to hand over their prized belongings. In that respect, the show is more like American Pickers with a decidedly quirky spin.

The format is a good fit for Barry, whose personality – and wealth – always set him apart from the other Storage Wars cast members. As a collector with plenty of expendable money and little interest in resale, the former produce-company owner has wide interests and the charm to make those interests into engaging television.

It’s not clear how long the series is scheduled to run, but if it takes off in popularity it might just be around to stay.

What do you think of Barry and his new show Barry’d Treasure?

Leave your interesting and creative responses in the comments section below.

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  • Barry has the Midas touch whatever he decides to do in life it will always do well good luck Barry can’t wait to watch

    • I agree. People love Barry. He’s funny & witty. He’s also quite popular with the ladies. You wouldn’t believe how many comments we get from women that want to go out with Barry.

  • To be honest,i was so happy when dave was off the show,but devastated when i seen barry was leaving.But all is well now that i get my barry fix on his own deserved show. congrats barry!

    • William – Barry appears to be having a great time! So I think his leaving “Storage Wars’ was the best thing for him.

  • Was upset to hear Barry left Storage Wars. But happy to find out he has his own show! Enjoyed the show on Tuesday and look forward to more episodes. He has such a great personality:) I no longer watch s
    Storage Wars as Barry was the only reason it kept my interest in watching,otherwise BORING!

    • StephanieRN – I must admit without Barry’s antics, the show no longer has that “humor” because Barry’s antics were off-the-wall!

  • I have been a sound man for major touring acts since 1980. Have memorabilia, tour jackets, gold records, itineraries, t -shirts and other items only available to the crew. Santana, REM, PINK, Aerosmith, Counting Crows, Joe Cocker, The Clash, The Highwaymen, Willie Nelson, David Bowie. Please contact me for Resume. I want to sell. Would make a good show.

  • One of the BEST & FUNNIEST Shows on T.V. — I look forward to the show each week and watching reruns. CONGRATS BARRY !! You’ve Earned It !!!
    Vic Worley
    Rainbow City, Al.

  • In the current Barry’d Treasure episode I see he is on a quest for Evel’s leather. Well I have two promotional, pre-production catalogs for his line of leather products. Would like to get these in the hands of someone interested.

      • Thanks, I was hoping to avoid them and go more directly to “Barry”. It’s not the money I’m interested in. I was about to throw them out while packing to move. When looking through the catalogs I noticed hand written notes about layout and etc. Many of the leather products didn’t have names yet. I’m not a collector, I just happen to work in a shop for awhile. One of the salesmen had something to do with the products. When the final catalog was set he was going to throw these away. I asked for them but never paid much attention to them. I probably looked through them once or twice and then put them on the shelf with other books. I doubt they’re worth much and not worth the hassle of Craigslist or eBay. I’m just trying to find an enthusiast that would appreciate them.

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