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Four First-Ever Antiques Roadshow Celebrity Episodes Airing in May

For the first time, in these new superstar specials Antiques Roadshow visits with notable people from the worlds of comedy, film, TV, literature, music, and sports. Watch stories of celebrities’ favorite things — inherited, gifted, and collected — as Antiques Roadshow appraisers provide expert insights and explore history through their personal stories.

Four Antiques Roadshow, Celebrity Edition episodes will air Monday, May 3, 10, 17, and 24 at 8/7C PM

Celebrity Edition, Hour 1 — Monday, May 3 at 8/7C PM:

Featuring comedian Jay Leno, actress S. Epatha Merkerson, author Jason Reynolds, Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, and pro golfer Dottie Pepper, fans will learn which celebrity’s item was swept out to sea during a hurricane and returned to the same spot by another storm decades later!

Celebrity Edition, Hour 2 — Monday, May 10 at 8/7C PM:

Featuring author Marc Brown, chef Carla Hall, humorist John Hodgman, and musicians Rubén Blades and Luba Mason, fans will discover which celebrity learned that a family heirloom held a secret which caused them to deem it a “transformer”!

Celebrity Edition, Hour 3 — Monday, May 17 at 8/7C PM:

Featuring actor Ronny Chieng, cartoonist Mo Willems, broadcast journalist Soledad O’Brien and fashion designer Christian Siriano, fans will find out about the collecting passion that keeps one celebrity connected to cherished memories of their father!

Celebrity Edition, Hour 4 — Monday, May 24 at 8/7C PM:

Featuring TV personality Carson Kressley, actor Gbenga Akinnagbe, humorist Mo Rocca, and musicians Paquito D’Rivera and Brenda Feliciano, fans will relive the lively auction experience of one celebrity intent on the quest to own a piece of history!

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Air Force Veteran Is Floored To Learn The Value of His Rolex Watch On Antiques Roadshow

While Antiques Roadshow was visiting West Fargo, ND’s Bonanzaville, a U.S. Air Force veteran stopped by with a Rolex Oyster Cosmograph watch he purchased in the 1970s for about $350. 

While that was a lot of money back then, his investment truly paid off, especially since he never wore it, and saved all of the original paperwork.

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