In April , Netflix will take viewers into a world of rare sports cards and collectibles With one of the most recognized experts in the industry: Ken Goldin.
Goldin and his team at Goldin Auctions will be at the center of the latest trading TV series, King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch , a six-part half-hour series that gives you a first look at the hobby as stars and athletes look to Goldin to buy and sell rare collectibles. has turned into a multi-billion dollar business.
In the series’ exclusive premiere, Goldin works with athletes including Joe Montana, Peyton Manning (who also serves as the show’s executive producer) and Mike Tyson. Viewers get a glimpse of the auction house, which features incredible collectibles such as Jackie Robinson’s game-worn jersey and other high-end items, including Jim Morrison’s ID card, the first Apple computer and a uniform signed by Michael Jordan. See King of Collectibles as Pawn Stars for fun and sports related items.
King of the Collectibles is the latest wave of so-called “deal TV” shows following the
Pawn Stars success. Brent Montgomery, with the birth of Pawn Stars this Genre, exec is produced through his Spoke Studios in Wheelhouse with Eric Wattenberg, Will Nothacker, Manning, Connor Schell, Jesse Jacobs, Ian Sambor and Russ Friedman.
Check out the clip below and read more about the new wave of deal TV shows here .