Collector's CallNew time!
Sundays at 10 PMeastern (on most MeTV stations)
MeTV Network, America's No. 1 classic television network, proudly presents its first original TV series, Collector's Call. Hosted by Lisa Whelchel (Blair on The Facts of Life), the unscripted series introduces you to some of the biggest collectors of pop culture memorabilia in the country.
- 11/29 10:00PMMeet Eric Pfeifer"After his first viewing as a child, Eric Pfeifer began collecting everything related to Star Wars. Now his collection is so vast – covering both floors of his house as well as its basement – that he holds regular “Pfeifer-Cons,” drawing people from near and far to come and view it. Eric shares with Lisa some of the highlights of his collection, including a braid of Chewbacca’s hair from the original movie; a swatch from Jabba the Hutt’s sail barge in Return Of The Jedi; 1980s Han Solo and Lando Calrissian action figures; and a billboard too massive to display anywhere but in Eric’s backyard. Eric is joined by his mom, Connie, who has nurtured his collection over the years. We’ve also brought along Jimmy Mac, a podcaster and Star Wars collector who will appraise Eric’s collection – and who’s managed to find a rare Star Wars item Eric doesn’t have, in hopes of making a trade with him."
- 12/6 10:00PMMeet Victoria Maclean"With over 6,000 items in her possession, Harry Potter fan Victoria Maclean holds the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of Wizarding World memorabilia. On this episode of Collector’s Call, she’ll be showing host Lisa some of her most treasured pieces, including a celebratory first edition copy of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone; a rare promotional wand from the first Harry Potter film; handmade cabinet miniatures of famous Wizarding World locales; as well as a limited edition Golden Snitch puzzle that took her six years to track down. Joining our collector and host is pop culture historian – and veteran Collector’s Call expert – Rob Klein, who will put a price on Victoria’s world-class collection. Plus, Rob has brought along an enchanted item of his own that he hopes will convince Victoria to make a trade."
- 12/13 10:00PMMeet Mark Klaus"Every day is Christmas in the world of Mark Klaus. He owns and operates Castle Noel, which is billed as “America’s Largest Year Round Indoor Christmas Entertainment Attraction.” Mark also collects authentic Christmas movie props and costumes from some of the most popular holiday films of all time. His collection includes the Grinch’s sleigh and Cindy Lou Who’s bedroom set from the 2000 Jim Carrey film How the Grinch Stole Christmas; Turbo Man and Booster costumes from 1996’s Jingle All the Way; props from Tim Allen’s The Santa Clause and its sequels; and Will Ferrell’s outfits from the 2003 movie Elf. Mark is joined by host Lisa, as well as pop culture expert Rob Klein, who will appraise his amazing collection. Plus, Rob offers up a trade item that has Mark hoping for a Christmas miracle."
*available in most MeTV markets
- Season 1