Collector's Call with Lisa Whelchel returns with a brand-new fourth season on April 2nd
In this 26-episode season, host Lisa Whelchel once again takes us through some staggering collections... and offers the collector a tempting trade.
Collectors, break out your action figures, lunch boxes and video games, because Collector's Call is returning to MeTV with an all-new season of memorabilia treasure troves!
Lisa Whelchel, fondly remembered for her role as Blair on The Facts of Life, returns as the host for the fourth season, which arrives on MeTV on Sunday, April 2 at 6:30P | 5:30C! In each half-hour episode, Lisa will go into the home of a collector with an expert appraiser, exploring the treasures each collector has gathered over the years and hearing the stories behind them.
Each episode, our collector will be offered a trade between a beloved item of their collection and a brand-new coveted trophy. Will they make the trade? It's the collector's call!
This season viewers will meet an aviation collector whose real 747 has been featured on the big and small screen, a female vintage handheld video game collector who holds not one, but two Guinness World Records, and a Barbie collector from Austin, TX with a collection that spans across generations.
We've got a real blast of a premiere episode for you — Rich Correll, who started as a child actor in Leave It to Beaver before finding success behind the camera, including his co-creation of the hit Disney series Hannah Montana, shows off his massive collection of horror and sci-fi props and costumes. His collection, which includes everything from the original raptor from Jurassic Park (1993) and the coveted, highly valuable original Xenomorph costume from Alien (1979) makes Collector's Call history as the highest-value collection seen yet! But will he trade one of his beloved Hollywood items for a remnant of his childhood? Tune in to find out!
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