Cajun Pawn Stars is an American reality television series on the History channel that debuted January 8, 2012, at 10pm. The show was a spin-off of Pawn Stars.The show revolves around another family-owned pawn shop, the Silver Dollar Pawn & Jewelry Center in Alexandria, Louisiana, which is owned by Jimmie "Big Daddy" DeRamus, who runs the store along with his wife Peggy, his brother Johnnie, and daughter Tammie. Assisting the DeRamuses are employees Tina Journet, and Robby Friend. The shop claims to have over 100,000 items within its 20,000 square foot showroom.

Cajun Pawn Stars - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2012-01-08

Cajun Pawn Stars - Counting Cars - Netflix

Counting Cars is an American reality television series, shown on History, and produced by Leftfield Pictures. The series, which is the third spinoff of Pawn Stars, is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at Count's Kustoms, an automobile restoration and customization company owned and operated by Danny Koker, who previously appeared as a recurring expert on Pawn Stars. In a format similar to another Pawn Stars spinoff, American Restoration, the series follows Koker and his staff as they restore and modify classic automobiles and motorcycles. Counting Cars debuted on August 13, 2012. Guest appearances have been made by Rick, Corey and Richard Benjamin Harrison, and Austin “Chumlee” Russell of Pawn Stars, Ziggy Marley, Cassandra Peterson (a.k.a. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark). The shop was also visited by members of the heavy metal band - Judas Priest and Danny gifts Richie Faulkner a custom Gibson Les Paul. Rob Zombie has also made an appearance.

Cajun Pawn Stars - Production history - Netflix

Counting Cars is an American reality television series, shown on History, and produced by Leftfield Pictures. The series is the third spinoff of the TV series Pawn Stars, following American Restoration and Cajun Pawn Stars. It is filmed in Las Vegas, Nevada, where it chronicles the daily activities at Count's Kustoms, an automobile restoration and customization company owned and operated by Danny Koker, who previously appeared as a recurring expert on Pawn Stars. In a format similar to American Restoration, the series follows Koker and his staff as they restore and modify classic automobiles and motorcycles, and also documents the occasional conflict among the cast members. The opening title sequence features Koker narrating the following introduction:

Vegas is a gambling town. Most people bet with chips. I bet with rides. And I always go all in. I'm Danny, a.k.a. the Count and this is my all-star team. We find 'em, fix 'em, flip 'em and sometimes, I keep 'em. For my crew, every job is high stakes, and we can't afford to lose. This is Counting Cars.

The series debuted August 13, 2012 after Pawn Stars before assuming its regular Tuesday time slot the following day. The show's initial executive producers were History's Zachary Behr and Julian Hobbs, and Leftfield Pictures' Brent Montgomery, David George, and Shawn Witt. The series was created by co-executive producer Joel Patterson. By mid-2014, Behr and Ed de Rivaz were History's executive producers on the show, with Tom Romita and Jonathan Wyche joining the three Leftfield executive producers as co-executive producers. In early 2015, Simon Thomas had joined as a fourth Leftfield executive producer, and Sean Moran had succeeded Romita as a co-executive producer.

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