‘American Pickers’: Mike Wolfe’s Girlfriend, Leticia Cline, Posts Rare Photo of Herself

by Joe Rutland
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“American Pickers” host Mike Wolfe has been dating Leticia Cline, who usually shuns the limelight. She recently shared a photo of herself.

British newspaper The Sun has a screenshot of the photo. View it here.

Cline, 42, is both a Playboy model and Maxim model. The photo looks like it was taken inside of a car. She is wearing an Adidas baseball cap along with an orange sweatshirt.

Wolfe, who has been on “American Pickers” since its first season, and Cline have been dating since August 2020. That’s when they went public.

‘American Pickers’ Star Went Public With Romance Back In August 2020

Wolfe’s ex-wife Jodi filed for divorce in November 2020. This came after close to 10 years of marriage. Both Wolfe and his ex-wife share custody of Charlie Faeth Wolfe, their 9-year-old daughter.

Back in September 2020, the “American Pickers” host and Cline traveled to Le Claire, Iowa, which is Wolfe’s hometown. Cline posted videos to her Instagram Stories from that visit.

The History Channel continues airing episodes of the very popular show. Wolfe and co-host Danielle Colby go around to different antiques and collectibles locations. They look at items and “pick” out what they want to purchase for themselves or sell.

Catch those episodes of “American Pickers” on Monday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central.

History Channel Show Used To Have Canadian Version, But It’s No Longer On Air

Did you know that this show had a Canadian version? It was not exactly like “American Pickers” but the goal of picking up antiques was the same. z

“Canadian Pickers,” also known as “Cash Cowboys,” featured Sheldon Smithens and Scott Coens.

Now that show was on for four seasons, according to IMDb.

But it didn’t last. Why not? Shaw Media, which produced the show, didn’t say why “Canadian Pickers” ended, according to an article from Looper.

Yet there is a possibility that the show could not match the viewership which “Ameican Pickers” built up.

Wolfe has been a force behind the show’s popularity. It also was the first show of its kind on television.

The Canadian show wasn’t getting the much-needed exposure equating to “American Pickers.”

It did air on DTour TV and Historia, the Canadian French-language counterpart to The History Channel. After it was canceled, the show popped up on The History Channel and National Geographic Channel. “Canadian Pickers” does not seem to be on any television channel or streaming service at this time.

Wolfe and the show seem to be moving along quite well after longtime co-host Frank Fritz was kicked off it over the summer. Make sure to keep an eye on when “American Pickers” starts yet another season down the road.

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