“Storage Wars.” Starring famous television stars such as Darrell Sheets, Dave Hester, Jarrod Schulz, Brandon Sheets, and Brandi Passante, the ‘Storage Wars’ series is a real competition. The show follows auctioneers requesting content from separate storage cabinets after just 5 minutes of testing. Winners tenders then take the expert’s opinion to evaluate their final content, which ultimately determines their profit/loss.
Intense and high-end inspections of the last locks and subsequent drama are recorded at centers throughout the city.
Storage Wars Tv Series Filming Locations
‘Storage Wars’ is recorded in various cities, most of which are located in California. The southern region of the region has served as the centerpiece for the show, with Los Angeles hosting most of the games.
The recording is also done in a few other places, so let’s learn more about some of the Storage Wars series shooting areas without wasting time.
The main photography of most of the Storage Wars Series‘ installments took place in Los Angeles. As the center of the television and film industry, the city of Southern California is an important shooting destination in the producers’ area. In addition, the easy availability of experienced staff and good weather-related production services are among the countless reasons why hundreds of film and television shows have been shot in the City of Angeles over the past few decades.
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Twins Pleating & Stitching, Inc., located at 3659 Whittier Blvd, Los Angeles, is hosting the production of one of the episodes of the reality competition series. Here are some background images posted by Darrell Sheets on Instagram that capture the typical recording date on the set ‘Storage Wars.’
As mentioned earlier, Southern California hosted the production of several episodes of the show, and Orange County is one of the many places where it has served as a recording studio. Just an hour from the City of Angeles (the first shooting range), the densely populated area is home to more than 3 million people and has a higher GDP than a few European countries. Interestingly, Orange County also has a thriving filmmaking industry, and has served as a hotbed of films such as ‘Legally Blonde,’ ‘Poltergeist,’ ‘Rain Man,’ and ‘What You Do.’
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Recording of a few episodes was also done on Riverside. Part of the Greater Los Angeles area, the region is famous for its thriving orange industry and tourist attractions such as Mount Rubidoux Park, Van Buren Drive-In Theater, March Field Air Museum. Because of its proximity to Los Angeles, Riverside has repeatedly attracted filmmakers and hosted the production of the silent 1919 comedy film Boots.’
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