‘King of Collectibles’ Season 2 set to release

Netflix series follows Ken Goldin, staff on quest for rare memorabilia, high-end trading cards

Date: Jun 11, 2024
Author: Greg Bates, Senior Writer
Topics: Greg Bates, Ken Goldin, King of Collectibles, News
Length: 263 Words
Reading Time: ~2 Minutes

After a highly successful first season, “King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch” is back.

The unscripted series on Netflix follows Ken Goldin and his auction house staff at Goldin as they wheel-and-deal for high-scale memorabilia, collectibles, and trading cards.

“King of Collectibles: The Goldin Touch” Season 2 will have eight episodes after having six in the first season. This season, which releases on Netflix tomorrow, will feature rare items from MLB legends Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson. The show will also dabble in entertainment pieces such as a beautiful copy of DC’s Action Comics #1, which was the debut of Superman.

Season 1, which hit the airwaves at the end of April 2023, had plenty of intriguing storylines. Former NBA star Karl Malone looked to sell jerseys of he and his teammates from the 1992 Dream Team; Goldin and rapper Drake opened a box of 1986 Fleer Basketball; and wrestling great Ric Flair looked to auction off one of his iconic robes he made famous in the ring.

“If you are a true collector, whether it’s cards, whether it’s comics, whether it’s autographs and game-used, you are going to like this season more than Season 1,” Goldin said in a video on social media sites. “There’s less of the fluff. It’s a lot of amazing, amazing items. … I look forward to it being a hit, and to getting to work on Season 3.”

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