Misfit Garage, a reality TV show spin-off from Fast N’ Loud, was canceled after its sixth season. The show followed a group of mechanics who opened their own garage after leaving Gas Monkey Garage.
The show, which aired on the Discovery Channel, was centered around the automotive restoration shop Fired Up Garage. The team, led by Tom Smith and Jordan Butler, aimed to turn rusting relics into profit-making ventures. Misfit Garage was known for its colorful cast and the drama that ensued both within the garage and in their personal lives.
Despite a dedicated fan base, the show faced several challenges. Ratings fluctuated throughout its run, and there were rumors of behind-the-scenes conflicts. Additionally, the reality TV market is highly competitive, with many similar shows vying for viewers’ attention. The combination of these factors likely contributed to the decision not to renew the show for a seventh season.
After the show’s cancellation, the cast members went their separate ways. Some continued their careers in automotive restoration, while others pursued different ventures. Tom Smith and Jordan Butler, for example, have remained active in the car community, participating in events and engaging with fans through social media. The garage itself, Fired Up Garage, has maintained a lower profile since the show ended, and it’s unclear whether it continues to operate under the same name or has undergone changes.