On a day when the ratings were falling, CNN’s Pawn Stars: The Best of “The Worst” was a ratings juggernaut that pulled in more viewers than any show on network television during the season.
The episode, titled “The Best Of ‘The Greatest'” and aired at 8 p.m.
ET on Friday, November 13, drew more than 8 million viewers.
It was the second most watched episode of Pawn Star’s entire run, and its fourth most-watched episode, after the second season of Pizzagate, and the show’s highest-rated episode ever.
Pawn Star: The Worst of “Best of The Worst” is not a TV show, but the show is filmed in a warehouse and the set is modeled after the original “The Greatest” set, which was built in 1947.
A “Best Of” version of the set was built at the same time as the original set, and a “Best Best Of” edition of the show has been produced.
It’s a tribute to the “Greatest” set that has been built in the history of “the Greatest.”
Pawn star Jason Statham is seen on the show, who played his character, “The Master.”
The actor was featured in the first season, but not in the second.
The show’s second season, “Best Bids,” featured the second-to-last cast of the season and featured a number of actors who had not yet appeared on the series.
Statham, who had just turned 31, was the only new cast member.
In the second episode, “Rigging The Election,” the show took a look at rigging the presidential election.
The episode, directed by Robert Zemeckis, premiered at 8:55 p.