'American Pickers' to film in South Dakota

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(KSFY) - Do you have a trove of historical items stowed away somewhere? The American Pickers would like to talk with you.

The popular History Channel series is set to film in South Dakota, and the duo of antique hunters is looking leads to potentially explore for hidden treasures.

American Pickers is a documentary series that follows its two hosts, Mike and Frank, as they visit farms, homes, and other properties in search antiques. They occasionally purchase items from the owner and restore them. The show bills itself as a "mission to recycle and rescue forgotten relics."

Cineflix, the production company behind the show, is looking to talk with people in South Dakota who might be a good fit for the show. Specifically, they are asking for anyone who has a "large, private collection or accumulation of antiques that the Pickers can spend the better part of the day looking through."

If you or someone you know might be interested in the chance, you can contact American Pickers by phone at 855-OLD-RUST or by email at americanpickers@cineflix.com.

The show has not yet released a timeline of when it will be in South Dakota, or when the episode featuring the area might air.