On July 21, the Roadshow will make a stop at an area venue (not yet announced) and hopefully make a few locals a little bit richer (but just a few — it's honestly more fun to watch when people's precious collectables aren't worth jack).
The British antique appraising program began in 1977 as a documentary, and two years later took on a life as its own show. PBS brought the idea to The States in 1997 and ever since, everyone from Grandmas to stoned channel surfers have enjoyed the program.
Other U.S. stops for 2012 include Boston, Myrtle Beach, S.C., and Seattle. Antiques Roadshow stopped in Cincinnati once before, in 1998.