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Worldwide hit hock show Pawn Stars is coming down under.
MailOnline can reveal a local production of the show has been filming at Bondi Beach pawn shop Happy Hockers since Monday, with a planned shooting schedule of roughly nine weeks.
A Foxtel spokeswoman confirmed the Aussie version will screen on A&E (Arts and Entertainment) later this year. An official announcement is expected from the network in coming days and it is understood a specific premiere date has not been set.

A+E Networks® and Pawn Stars producer, Leftfield Pictures (part of Leftfield Entertainment, an ITV Studios company) have partnered to roll out the new local production of Pawn Stars.
The announcement was made today by Foxtel’s A&E General Manager Jim Buchan, Sean Cohan, Executive Vice President, International, A+E Networks and Brent Montgomery, CEO of Leftfield Entertainment and Executive Producer, Pawn Stars.

“Our formats have gone from strength-to-strength, as we continue to build momentum internationally in this area of business. Leftfield Pictures has been a strong partner over the years, and it is thanks to their expertise and eye for creating shows that we have a strong real-life, character-driven series such as Pawn Stars, that can be embraced by audiences on a global level,” said Cohan.

Said Montgomery, “We’re obviously thrilled with these announcements, which speak to the global audience’s embrace of the ‘hidden treasures’ concept inherent in Pawn Stars, as well as the characters that embody the ways in which these kinds of transactions occur in different regions of the world.