Discovery’s Misfit Garage shows the reality of four mechanics starting up a shop. Now, viewers are wondering what happened to the series…

Joining forces to open their own hot rod shop to rival Gas Monkey, the Fast N’ Loud spin-off series was a popular hit amongst fans.

Tom Smith, Jordan Butler, Thomas Weeks and Scot McMillan were seen starting up a new company called Fired Up Garage.

So what happened to the show? Was Misfit Garage cancelled?

Screenshot: Kevin Clark Abruptly Quits Fired Up Garage! | Misfit Garage, Discovery UK YouTube

Fans question if Misfit Garage is cancelled

The popularity of the mechanics show is evident when looking at social media, with some fans convinced it is definitely cancelled.

Several of them are calling on Discovery Channel to bring back the series.

Since 2015, Misfit Garage has been on fan’s minds, as they patiently hope and wait for the car shop show to return to our screens.

Some fans have even signed a petition calling for the series to return!

Is Misfit Garage cancelled?

  • No

Although the series has not yet been renewed, there has been no confirmation made announcing any cancellation.

Rumour had it that Misfit Garage might return to the Discovery Channel with season 7 in April 2020, however this did not happen.

On January 15, 2021, Discovery listed Misfit Garage amongst their classic motor shows available to stream online.

It also looks like cast member Thomas Weeks is hoping to pitch a show to the Discovery Channel, so it looks promising!

Is the Misfit Garage actually real?

  • No

Reports state that the garage was never actually a real business, and that it was purely created for entertainment purposes.

Many reviews online state that the shop was never seen open.

Cast member Scot McMillan has opened his own garage, calling it Scot Rods garage, in Fort William, Texas.



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