Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz: Storage Wars Couple in ‘Married to the Job’ on A&E (+Pictures, Videos)

Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz, the dynamic bidding duo from Storage Wars, are branching out into their own show on A&E starting on Tuesday.

Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job is set to air from 10 p.m. EDT through 10:30 p.m.

The show offers viewers “a behind-the-scenes look at the lives of the long-time couple and dynamic bidding duo,” the network said in its description.

The couple have two children, Cameron and Peyton, and have been together for about 15 years.

They are not currently married, but descriptions of the show indicate that the show will include their marriage, though there’s nothing official yet.

Passante and Schulz have been in over 100 episodes of Storage Wars since 2010, helping make it one of the top shows on A&E–likely prompting their own spinoff.

Photo: If Tuesday was a storage locker, it would be a winner! Make sure to set the DVR for the Storage Wars premiere, Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job, and the series premiere of Cement Heads! It all starts at 9/8c on A&E.


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Photo: TONIGHT at 10/9c, right after a new episode of #StorageWars!


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They have had several of their own stores, but had to shut one down earlier this year.

According to TV Ruckus, the pair were trying to figure out how to keep their Long Beach location open because of money troubles.

“Brandi was tired of Jarrod not taking time to care about their original location in Orange County and took the big box truck on her own to an auction. She decided to buy what she thought was appropriate. The couple ended up the two new half-hour shows being in the dumps about the prospects of Long Beach. Jarrod acted like a gambler who was already in the hole but doubled-down anyway. They lost money on the last locker of the night and faced reality,” it said.

It appears that the store did end up closing as the website for their Orange County store Now and Then only lists one location.

The couple often films at the store.

“Once you step inside our newly renovated store, you will be transported into a world of treasure hunting. We spend many hours hunting storage lockers looking for treasure to fill the shelves of Now and Then Secondhand store<” according to the website.

“We never have the same selection. We are always finding new and exciting items. You will want to visit the store often to see the latest offerings. As they say, one man’s trash is another’s treasure. That could not be truer here at Now and Then. We know that each of you will find the selection to your liking. We are certain you will find something that is just right for you or for someone in your life. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be able to assist you as you search for your ‘treasure.'”

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