‘Auction Hunters’ Renewed for Season 5 by Spike TV

'Auction Hunters' Renewed for Season 5 by Spike TV

New season will begin production this summer for a fall premiere

“Auction Hunters” has unearthed another season.

The series, which features Allen Haff and Ton Jones digging for buried treasure at storage-unit auctions, has been renewed for a 20-episode fifth season. The new season starts production this summer for a fall premiere.

Also read: Adam Carolla's ‘Catch a Contractor’ Debut Is Spike's Best in 3 Years

The new season will find Haff and Jones expanding beyond storage unit auctions and traversing the country in search of the best deals — from cattle auctions to police auctions to, of course, their favorite storage auctions. All in the service of finding fortune.

“We are thrilled to bring back another season of ‘Auction Hunters’ which after four years, continues to resonate with our growing gender-balanced audience,” Spike TV's executive vice president, original series Sharon Levy said of the renewal.

Also read: ‘Bar Rescue’ Star Jon Taffer Lands New Spike TV Series

The most recent season of “Hunters,” which wrapped April 5, averaged 1.5 million total viewers.

The series, which is produced by Gurney Productions and launched in 2010, is Spike's longest-running unscripted original series.