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[07/08/13 - 07:10 PM]
Q2 in Review: How 436 Original Primetime Cable Series Fared in the Ratings
A recap of the ratings to date through the second quarter of 2013.

[04/02/13 - 06:07 PM]
Q1 in Review: How 280 Original Primetime Cable Series Fared in the Ratings
A recap of the ratings to date for the first quarter of 2013.

[02/13/13 - 07:34 AM]
Season 7 of CNBC's "American Greed" Premieres on Thursday, February 21st at 10PM ET/PT
The award-winning series "examines the dark side of the American dream... where crime pays well, until you get caught."







AMERICAN GREED (CNBC)
BROADCAST HISTORY:
???
STATUS:
on hiatus or fate to be determined
TIME SLOT:
completed airing its current season
CURRENT SEASON:
8 (14 episodes)
DESCRIPTION:
(from CNBC's press release, February 2013) On Thursday, February 21st at 10PM ET/PT, CNBC's ground-breaking original primetime series, "American Greed," returns to the network's lineup premiering on a new night with 13 all-new episodes. The award-winning series examines the dark side of the American dream... where crime pays well, until you get caught. Fast boats, fake paper and a lust for the good life... a clever con man scams millions using a wet and wild fraud. The premiere episode of the seventh season begins in the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan with the story of Michael Vorce, a hometown guy, son of two well-respected public school administrators, who is well-versed in playing the part of the rich kid in town. Vorce claims to have a fleet of more than 50 luxury yachts, with the papers to prove it. Those papers and a charming pitch are all he needs to con bank loan officers out of tens of millions of dollars in loans. The reason it's a con? Most of his yachts never existed and the papers are fabricated. Vorce is using money from local banks to live the life of a 20-something playboy driving fast cars and speedboats. He throws down thousand dollar tips at bars in his hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan. In one year alone, he spends more than $100,000 on clothes, $300,000 on home furnishings and another $250,000 on cars. But when the bank loans come due, the bankers want to know, where are all the boats, and where is the money?
PRINCIPAL CAST INFORMATION:
· Stacy Keach as Narrator (Voice)
CREW INFORMATION:
· Charles Schaeffer as EP (CNBC)
· Mitch Weitzner as EP (CNBC)
GENRE(S):
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
STUDIO INFORMATION:
· Kurtis Productions