[08/27/13 - 06:04 AM] CNBC Prime Presents Special Preview of "Money Talks" Tuesday, September 10 at 9PM ET/PT In July, the network announced a series order for "Money Talks," which is slated to begin airing in March.
[via press release from CNBC]
CNBC PRIME PRESENTS SPECIAL PREVIEW OF "MONEY TALKS" TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 AT 9PM ET/PT
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. - August 27, 2013 - CNBC Prime takes viewers inside the world of Steve Stevens, a sports handicapper who runs VIP Sports out of Las Vegas in a special preview of "Money Talks" on Tuesday, September 10 at 9pm ET/PT. In July, the network announced a series order for "Money Talks," which is slated to begin airing in March.
"Money Talks" is a one-hour docu-soap that follows Stevens and his stable of agents who sell their picks to gamblers looking for any kind of edge. From small-time bettors who will lay-out a few hundred to the whales who put six figures on the line, this is a world built on high risk, high reward and high emotions. In a city of distractions and every imaginable vice, Stevens needs to keep his agents focused on building new business while entertaining big time bettors who come to Vegas with big bankrolls and even bigger expectations.
To learn more about "Money Talks," visit: cnbc.com/money-talks
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"Money Talks" is produced by All3Media America in association with Turn Left Productions and Lost Tribe Productions. Stephen Lambert, Eli Holzman, Todd Crites, Jackson Nguyen and Myles Reiff serve as Executive Producers.
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About All3Media America
All3Media America is the Los Angeles-based production studio for All3Media, a global production and distribution group of companies headquartered in the UK. Established in December 2012, All3Media America develops and produces a wide range of original scripted and non-scripted programming specifically for the US market as well as serving as the domestic production base for the group's international formats and the group companies' US development. All3Media America companies include Bentley, Company Pictures, ID-TV, Lime, Maverick, MME, North One, Objective, South Pacific Pictures, Studio Lambert and Zoo Productions. The company currently has series in production or development with a large number of broadcast and cable networks, including the Emmy award-winning Undercover Boss for CBS. All3Media America's formats and finished programs are distributed internationally by All3Media International.
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