On his new CNBC show, Alex Rodriguez isn’t as invested Marcus Lemonis is on The Profit, though it turns out Alex and Marcus were friends in high school (!).
The 26 women who stand next to briefcases on Deal or No Deal include a two-time Survivor player and a contestant from America’s Next Top Model.
The production companies behind Staten Island Hustle say that the arrest of nine cast and crew members at airport security was a “misunderstanding.”
The group was working for Endemol Shine and “covertly filmed” a “fake explosive device” in luggage as it went through security in Newark.
A review of CNBC’s new half-hour reality series The Job Interview, which eavesdrops on real employers conducting real job interviews.
CNBC’s Adventure Capitalists is like Shark Tank and other shows where entrepreneurs pitch investors, except the investors get to try the products outside, in real-world conditions.
Networks increasingly want celebrity names attached to reality shows, but LeBron James’ absence from his show Cleveland Hustles shows how pointless that is.
An exclusive preview of the season finale of CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer, which follows Tilman Fertitta as he considers buying from small businesses for his hundreds of properties, including Bubba Gump’s, Rainforest Cafe, McCormick & Schmick’s and the Golden Nugget casinos.
Three New York City restauranteurs talk about why they risked exposing their businesses in an attempt to change food reality television on CNBC’s Consumed.
A review of CNBC’s Consumed: The Real Restaurant Business, the kind of restaurant reality show that I’ve been waiting for.