American Pickers Mike Wolfe Reveals Future Of Show [YouTube]

‘American Pickers’ Mike Wolfe Reveals Future Of Show

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American Pickers star Mike Wolfe revealed the future of the show. Earlier this year, the ratings plummeted to under one million viewers. It’s been years since it’s seen such a huge dip. Meanwhile, fans are calling for Frank Fritz to return to the series.

However, there is one problem. He’s currently recovering from a massive stroke. There hasn’t been any update on his health as he’s fighting for his life. Mike has been hosting the show along with his brother Robbie. Read on to see if the show has been renewed for Season 24.

Mike Wolfe Shares American Pickers News [YouTube]
[YouTube]

Mike Wolfe breaks silence on History Channel series

The show has struggled to attract fans ever since Frank’s shocking firing. He’s dealing with financial and health struggles. Frank was ready to get back on the set of the show, but the History Channel fired him. Mike replaced him with his brother Robbie Wolfe, who has gotten backlash lately.

The American Pickers star took to Instagram to tease the future of the struggling series. On Saturday, August 13, Mike shared a photo of the crew behind the scenes. He shared that the show will return for Season 24 despite the decline in ratings and bad reviews.

Mike Wolfe Films Season 24 Of American Pickers [YouTube]
[YouTube]
The large group of people includes Danielle Colby, who also stars on the show. She has her arm on one of the crew members. The group is gathered outside a vintage shop. The Antique Archaeology van also makes an appearance in the photo.

“@americanpickers Crew getting busy at @thirdmanpressing Yesterday in #detroit Can’t wait for y’all to see what we have rolling with Jack,” Mike captioned the shot.

Mike Wolfe On American Pickers Season 24 [Mike Wolfe | Instagram]
[Mike Wolfe | Instagram]
American Pickers fans took to the comment section to share their thoughts on this latest news. Despite the backlash on Twitter, most of them were happy to see that the show is filming another season. Others offered suggestions.

  • “I would love to see an episode that films the crew behind the scenes.”
  • “It’s such a cool spot! Have had lots of fun there! Can’t wait to see… welcome back to the D!”
  • “Hellllll yaaa!! Pumped you guys are working together again.”

American Pickers Season 23 is a flop?

Earlier this year, the American Pickers Season 23 premiere didn’t do so hot. Some of the critics called the show a “flop,” while fans promised to boycott it until Frank comes back. Some fans claim that “no one cares” about the show anymore.

It all started when Mike tweeted that he was “picking through Mary Stander’s property.” Some of the American Pickers fans said they don’t care about the show anymore. One user wrote, “No one cares anymore. The show is a flop without Frank.” Another added, “The show is a joke. I’ve been buying and selling for 47 years now, and pretty much everything they do is bullsh*t.”

What are your thoughts on the news? Are you excited for American Pickers Season 24? Or, do you think the series should end? Sound off below in the comment section.

Check back with TV Shows Ace for more news on American Pickers.

Chanel Adams

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3 Comments

  1. I hope American Pickers stays on the air for a long time yet. Been watching since it first aired, and love the show. I don’t understand everyone’s complaints about Frank being gone. He was always the worst part of the show anyway…it’s much better now!

  2. I love to watch the show!! Let time take its course to see if Frank is able to return!! I b the meantime let sleeping dogs lie. Things will work out the way they are supposed to!!

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