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'Storage Wars' news: Barry Weiss gets spin-off 'Barry'd Treasure'

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"Storage Wars" has big news. Fans were really upset when they heard the news that Barry Weiss would not be coming back, but that doesn't mean you will not get to see him on television anymore. On Feb. 25, The Wrap revealed that he will be getting his own show "Barry'd Treasure."

Barry is not working in the business of finding treasures in storage lockers anymore. Instead he will be traveling across the country and trying to see what kind of things he can find. He will look for really rare collectibles to share with viewers.

The very first night two episodes will air. It is unknown how many weeks this show will be on but if it goes over well it will probably be picked up for more. Barry does have a lot of fans.

This show will start airing right after the premiere of "Storage Wars." It will be airing on March 18 on A&E. This is one that you will not want to miss.

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