A&E is going to war not once, not twice, but three more times.
All three shows' new 26-episode seasons will premiere this coming summer. "America is at a crossroads where people are finding new ways to make money and earn a living," A&E's executive vice president of programming, Davod McKillop, told the site. "We're holding a mirror up to this trend in our programming and it's proven to be incredibly relatable to our viewers yet remain highly entertaining."
Storage Wars, going into its third season, averaged 4.7 million total viewers last year. Storage Wars ranks as A&E's No. 1 series of all time and also scored the channel's most-watched telecast of all time — 5.1 million viewers for its Season 2 premiere.
Storage Wars: Texas premiered in December to 4.1 million viewers to become the most-watched original series launch in A&E history. In January, Shipping Wars opened to an impressive 3 million viewers.
Are you excited for the new seasons of Storage Wars, Storage Wars: Texas and Shipping Wars?