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"Hardcore Pawn: Chicago" on truTV is a reality series spin-off of "Hardcore Pawn." The new series takes viewers behind the scenes at "the baddest pawn shop in Chicago." One of the city's largest and oldest establishments in the pawn and gold-buying business, Royal Pawn Shop is owned by Randy and Wayne Cohen, two brothers who don't always see eye to eye, except when it comes to finding the best deals for the business. These over-the-top siblings will wheel and deal with just about anyone, from a sweet kindergarten teacher to an intimidating mob boss.

"Hardcore Pawn: Chicago" is produced by Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment ("The Catalina" and "The Devils Ride"), with Eric Bischoff and Jason Hervey serving as executive producers.


HARDCORE PAWN: CHICAGO: FACTS

Network: truTV
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 30 mins.
Premiere Date: January 1, 2013
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Bischoff-Hervey Entertainment





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