In the works for two years, a new reality series centered on collectibles is set to debut this spring.
King of Collectibles- The Goldin Touch will begin airing on April 28. Each of the show’s first season episodes has been shot and will be available exclusively on Netflix.
The show is being created through Peyton Manning’s Omaha Productions and is centered around Goldin’s auction business and day-to-day activities.
Much of it will involve sports, but in as move that’s likely to try and make the show appealing to a wider audience, there will also be content that revolves around personalities, pop culture, gaming cards and other subjects meant to draw in viewers.
Manning, Karl Malone, Mike Tyson, Drake, Ric Flair and Logan Paul are scheduled to make appearances in the show, which will be available globally in 32 languages.
It’s not the first reality type show to include sports memorabilia based businesses as the focal point. Back in 2012, ABC aired several episodes of a show called Ball Boys, which was shot at Grey Flannel Auctions. Around the same time, Discovery shot All Star Dealers at a hobby shop in Baltimore.