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Blue Collar MillionairesBlue Collar Millionaires

These millionaires have gotten rich by rolling up their sleeves and getting their hands dirty. Learn how guts, grit, and a can-do mindset made these men and women rich beyond their wildest dreams.


The Car ChasersThe Car Chasers

Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt are gamblers ... their game, classic and exotic cars. They travel the country looking to buy and sell cars. Whether it's a rare Shelby Mustang or a one-of-a-kind Bugatti, the key is buy low and sell high, something that doesn't always happen.


The Job Interview (2017)The Job Interview (2017)
CNBC, 2017 | Reality

"The Job Interview" takes an inside look at the world where the words you say, the clothes you wear, and even the expression on your face can mean the difference between success and failure. Each half-hour episode of this observational series brings viewers into the room as a real employer conducts real interviews with real candidates - only one of whom will land an offer.


Back in the Game (2019)Back in the Game (2019)
CNBC, 2019 | Reality

Former MLB player Alex Rodriguez mentors former pro athletes and entertainers find themselves in serious financial distress and need help getting back on their feet.


Adventure CapitalistsAdventure Capitalists

"Adventure Capitalists" can succinctly be described as "Shark Tank" for outdoor enthusiasts. In each hourlong episode, hopeful entrepreneurs pitch the investors - the titular "adventure capitalists" - their ideas for new outdoor products. The investors then head out into the world, going on real expeditions in challenging terrains, to experience the products firsthand to see if they live up to the entrepreneurs' claims. If the tests are successful, the potential backers can choose to make a large investment in each product. The investors who have the option to change the entrepreneurs' lives include former NFL player and TV host Dhani Jones, former Olympic skier Jeremy Bloom and venture capitalist Craig Cooper.


The Filthy Rich GuideThe Filthy Rich Guide

The Filthy Rich Guide is a fun, fast-paced guide that catalogs the ways in which the .01 percent spend their money. The series is an insider look at a world where the party never ends, the cash flow doesn't stop, and the hi-tech toys are the biggest and most expensive in the world. From secret worlds to outrageous mansions, to private islands, it's the Filthy Rich Guide to the best that (a ridiculous amount of) money can buy.


Crime Inc.Crime Inc.

The show takes you inside the billion-dollar big business behind global criminal enterprise.


Cleveland HustlesCleveland Hustles
CNBC, 2016 | Reality
Rating: 1/5

NBA superstar LeBron James and longtime friend and business partner Maverick Carter give four aspiring local entrepreneurs the chance to realize their dreams while also helping to revitalize a neighborhood in Cleveland.


Follow the LeaderFollow the Leader
CNBC, 2016 | Reality

In each 30-minute episode of "Follow the Leader", host Torabi, will spend 72 hours embedded in the life of a different superstar entrepreneur to learn how this wildly successful businessperson ticks. Torabi's mission is to dig deep and discover their individual philosophies, methods and practices to earn big bucks - and viewers can take away this knowledge and apply it to their own lives. Along the way, Torabi will find out what makes these brilliant earners special - are they more driven, smarter, more ruthless, and more charismatic than the rest of us? Torabi will take viewers on a journey around the world to find out. Featured entrepreneurs include John Paul DeJoria, Co-Founder & Chairman of the Board, John Paul Mitchell Systems and The Patrón Spirits Company; Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, serial entrepreneur and investor; Lyor Cohen, CEO, 300 Entertainment; Michael Dubin, Founder and CEO of Dollar Shave Club; and many more.


Money TalksMoney Talks

The show takes viewers inside the world of sports betting, a world dominated by Steve Stevens. As owner of VIP Sports, a handicapping business in Las Vegas, Stevens has a stable of agents that keep the phone lines running 24/7. But Stevens himself remains the king, the top closer, the highest earner. He knows the games, he's got access to information and he delivers, for the gamblers who place a hundred dollars on a game to the whales who routinely wager six-figure bets. Stevens consults with the biggest sports betters in the world, including his good friend, the boxer Floyd "Money" Mayweather, who recently placed a million dollar bet on a college football game.


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