Besides “American Pickers,” there are three other shows Mike Wolfe has been associated with over the years. The first is called “Going Cambo” and is about an outdoorsman named Cambo who has been battling the elements for two years. Strangers will meet him and the musician Yelawolf and learn his survival tools. It is currently available to view for free on The Roku Channel.
Next up is another Yelawolf project, aptly titled Yelawolf: A Slumerican Life. It’s a 10-part documentary series in which Yelawolf travels the country to meet people who remain true to the slumer lifestyle. This basically refers to people who were born into poverty in the south, like to party and have problems with authority. The series is available on Crackle, but you can watch the first episode in its entirety on YouTube to see what it’s all about.
Finally, Wolfe is Executive Producer on Nashville Flipped. Nashville Flipped is a DIY Network remodeling show hosted by Troy Dean Shafer. On the show, Shafer renovates old homes while maintaining the natural character of the dwellings. Along the way, he brings in pieces from antique shops and flea markets to decorate the homes, and of course that’s very much down to Wolfe’s wheelhouse.