I got even less. This show truly stinks. It's an obvious ripoff of Pawn Stars and it does everything wrong. The premise is that the Old Man equivalent, some guy named Gardner Stone, runs a car dealership in Vermont. He takes weird stuff in trade, like pigs and maple syrup. He has lots of arguments with his two grown kids and everybody else who works on the car lot. He's unlikable and never shuts up.
The family fights look about as staged and phony as any reality crud could. What GSN obviously missed is that Pawn Stars succeeded because of the interesting nature of the historical items brought into the shop. The "reality" bits of Pawn Stars are mostly insufferable.
We've still got all the insufferable reality nonsense on Family Trade. What we don't have are any interesting items to learn about...unless you're fascinated by pigs and maple syrup. As I already mentioned, old man Stone is annoying with his cowboy hat and endless b.s., and the kids aren't much better.
So all in all, there's nothing much worth watching. So I'm not going to watch any more.
UPDATE: It's not my cup of maple syrup, but the show scored decent numbers for GSN in its debut: 388K viewers at 8:00PM and 418K at 8:30PM. That pretty much matches GSN's latest prime time average of 402K viewers for the March 4-10 week. Family Trade's numbers ain't great but they're better than I expected. We'll see how the show holds up in future weeks.