Antiques Roadshow Season 28

Season 28 strikes it big with thrift store finds, sports memorabilia and surprise finds from two PBS icons!


ANTIQUES ROADSHOW strikes it big with an all-new season full of treasures from five cities across the country, including a first-ever visit to Anchorage,  Alaska! Premiering Monday night with Alaska Native Heritage Center, Hour 1, Season 28 of the pop-culture phenomenon PBS series captures more of the jaw-dropping items and serendipitous ROADSHOW moments that fans love.

The 21-time Emmy® Award-nominated series’s Season 28 travels to distinctive historic venues including Alaska Native Heritage Center in Anchorage, AK; Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, MA; LSU Rural Life Museum in Baton Rouge, LA; North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC; and Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens in Akron, OH.

“We have a big season ahead for fans, which includes locations rich in history alongside items and guests that reveal hidden stories, first-person experiences and some whopping values,” said ANTIQUES ROADSHOW executive producer Marsha Bemko. “And I was touched to see items from PBS icons Fred Rogers and Bob Ross make their way to the show.”

This exciting 25-episode season also includes a new slate of fan-favorite “Vintage” ROADSHOW update shows and three themed specials: Celebrating Native American Heritage, which celebrates some of the most compelling objects from and related to Indigenous Peoples of the United States; I Was There,  highlighting guests’ firsthand experiences at important events and with notable people, and the special items they have to remember them by; and a third installment of the popular Extraordinary Finds specials that follow the stories of what happened to ROADSHOW items after the cameras left town!

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