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Salvage Kings featuring Priestly Demolition returns for second season

Salvage Kings featuring Priestly Demolition returns for second season
HISTORY CHANNEL — Season two of Salvage Kings premieres Monday, April 19 at 10 p.m. EDT/PDT on the History Channel.

TORONTO — The History Channel has released a synopsis of the second season of the show Salvage Kings, featuring the Ontario demolition firm Priestly Demolition.

Season two premieres Monday, April 19 at 10 p.m. EDT/PDT on the History Channel.

Salvage Kings follows teams from Priestly as they engage in demolitions and salvage materials from the projects to be evaluated and resold.

Returning from season one is Priestly head of salvage Ted Finch and his crew – “modern-day treasure hunters who stop at nothing to uncover rare and valuable objects from buildings that are on the verge of demolition,” explained promotional copy.

Among storylines that will be explored this season, company president Ryan Priestly devises an expansion plan for the salvage team that will transform their operation. The undertaking also means a personnel shake-up for the crew. Three new members join the team, causing some friction as the old and new workers adapt to each other.

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Linda Thomas Image Linda Thomas

Enjoy your show….humour, hard work and treasures but I think that Ryan should take a course on social skills and how to treat his team in a positive manner….Ted carries the team, the team and Ted do the work and Ryan spends the money….feel sorry for the guys but enjoy the show without Ryan ,,,,,

Robert Russell Image Robert Russell

You honestly don’t think that mechanic is worth his salt ?

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