One place where you could proudly show off and brag about your prized collections is the reality show, Collector’s Call. The reality show host Lisa Whelchel is back with another season of the show to continue exploring the valuable possessions of pop-cultural items all over the United States.
The show gives us a glimpse of the rarely found, limited, and really expensive items related to the pop culture genre. Lisa Whelchel takes the audience with her to meet the owners of such items where with the help of experts in the field, the items get their value stated and appraised.
What makes the show even more fun to watch is a twist, where the appraisers and experts not only put a number on the object but they also try to tempt the owners to exchange their prized items with other limited products. At the end of every episode, we find out if the owners decide to give up their items or not.
The past seasons have had owners coming forth with precious collectibles from The Ghostbusters, Looney Tunes, The Brady Brunch and so many more. This season, too, promises to take fans of the show to exciting places with proud owners, struggling to choose between swapping or staying.
Collector’s Call Season 4 Episode 1: Plotline
The show takes us into the homes of owners of really limited or expensive or rare possessions related to the pop culture genre. The collectors are also given the opportunity to part ways with their item in exchange for another one of the same value. This decision has proven to be a difficult one for most owners adding to the thrill of the show.
Previously the show had Robert O’Conner who had some really rare possessions from The Ghostbusters, another fun episode was one of Nathan Lippe, the guy with the almost ancient advertising signs, including the one of the Oz-themed oil can sign. The show also paid a visit to Laurence Sheinman, the man with another level of love for Bugs Bunny.
Wendy Winan’s Brady Brunch photo cards, trading cards, and even lunch boxes are also memorable for the fans. Lisa Whelchel goes about different cities meeting with owners accompanied by the expert and appraiser, Kate Martin. The show, Collector’s Call got renewed for its fourth season while it was in the middle of airing its third season, and finally, the wait is over.
What we saw from the trailer of this season of the show, one of the guests on the show seems to be Rich Correll, a guy who is proud of his horror and science fiction movie props and costumes. Another episode seems to be about Van Halen sports good owned by Steve Emerson.
Collector’s Call Episode 1 Release Date & Time
Producers of the show announced that the fourth season of the show will have a total of twenty-six episodes, with the Collector’s Call Episode 1 airing on April 2nd, 2023. The episode will be released on a weekly basis i.e. one episode will be released every Sunday till the launch of the finale episode. The episodes are no longer than twenty-six minutes and will be aired at the same time as its previous seasons which is at 6:30 pm EST. Fans of the show can find below the episode release timing schedule for different time zones to catch the new season:
- Pacific Standard Time (Canada): 3:30 pm
- Central Standard Time (United States): 5:30 pm
- Eastern Standard Time (Mexico): 6:30 pm
- Greenwich Mean Time (United Kingdom): 10:30 pm
- Indian Standard Time (India): 4:00 am (the next day)
- China Standard Time (China): 6:30 am (the next day)
- Australian Central Daylight Time (Australia): 9:00 am (the next day)
Collector’s Call: Where to Watch It?
The show will continue to air its episodes for the new season on the MeTV network channel, much like it did with its previous seasons. So, the fans should be able to watch it on Sunday at 6:30 pm there. Unfortunately for international fans of the show, it does not stream on any other official streaming platform like Netflix.
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