As of 2015, ���Antiques Roadshow��� tours in May, June, July and August. For the 2015 season, the show visited six American cities, in Arizona, Washington, Nebraska, Ohio, Arkansas and South Carolina.Continue Reading
On average, ���Antiques Roadshow��� visits eight cities between May and August each year. In 2014, the show visited nine cities. In 1999, ���Antiques Roadshow��� traveled to Toronto, Canada, to tape its first episode outside the United States.
���Antiques Roadshow��� features experts and specialists appraising antiques and collectibles brought in by local viewers. The show debuted on the Public Broadcasting Station in 1997. As of 2015, ���Antiques Roadshow��� is seen by eight million viewers each week. The program is based on the original British ���Antiques Roadshow,��� which premiered on the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1979.Learn more about Art & Literature