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.
When Bravo debuted Top Chef, it altered the landscape of food television, showing that true culinary skills could be showcased and challenged in a competitive reality TV environment. More than a decade later, another non-food-focused network has changed food reality television again: CNBC, which is in the middle of airing Consumed: The Real Restaurant Business,… continue reading
CNBC’s Consumed: The Real Restaurant Business is the kind of restaurant reality show I’ve been waiting for. It’s not yet another makeover series, and certainly not one of those Food Network abominations that hires actors. There’s no screaming chef who comes in to trash the place, scream at people, and repaint it. Instead, it’s a… continue reading