- Radio Times
- Review by:
- Geoff Ellis
There’s a fascination in second-hand goods, lost property and abandoned chattels. This series shows the grubby end of the business as people bid for the right to repossess the stuff left behind in lock-ups in the US. Each little auction is the cue for some bitter rivalry, followed by the cheers and whinges of buyers discovering what they’ve got for their cash. Inevitably we follow the characters who are the most competitive.
It’s perfect TV to dip in and out of as each transaction is a discrete mini-drama. But it isn’t very edifying, and prolonged exposure to all that abandoned stuff may make you want to take a long shower.
About this programme
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