The newest series to join CNBC, “The Filthy Rich Guide” is a fast-paced guide to the ways in which the .01 percent spend their money. The series offers an insider look at the high-tech, party-filled world, showing everything from mansions to private islands. “The Filthy Rich Guide” premieres at 10 p.m. Oct. 1.
“The Profit,” following self-made millionaire and serial entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis as he saves struggling businesses, will return with 10 new episodes at 10 p.m. Oct. 14.
CNBC’s first reality series “The Car Chasers,” returns at 10 p.m. Nov. 5. Set in Lubbock, Texas, the series centers on Jeff Allen, Meg Bailey and the “Flat 12” team, taking viewers into the world of car flipping.
The network will also expand its off-net run of ABC’s “Shark Tank.” The reality investment series will air Monday through Friday beginning Sept. 22.
“‘The Profit’ and ‘Shark Tank’ have helped transform CNBC’s Tuesday night lineup into appointment television and also delivered a younger audience to the network in primetime,” said Jim Ackerman, senior vice president of Primetime Alternative, CNBC. “Our robust fall lineup speaks to our commitment to building on this positive momentum.”
“The Filthy Rich Guide” is produced for CNBC by Leopard USA with Dave Hamilton and Dan Taberski serving as executive producers. “The Profit” is produced by Machete Productions with Amber Mazzola executive producing. “The Car Chasers” is produced by ITV Studios America with Tom Greenhut as executive producer.