(ALL TIMES ARE IN ET)
Monday, May 31st (Memorial Day)
4am-6am -- Worldwide Exchange (Live)
8am-10am -- Tom Brokaw Reports: Boomer$!
10am-12:30pm -- Enron: The Smartest Guys In the Room
12:30pm-1pm -- Til Debt Do Us Part 26
1pm-1:30pm -- Til Debt Do Us Part 27
1:30pm-2pm -- Til Debt Do Us Part 28
2pm-3pm -- Biography on CNBC #17 – Colonel Sanders
3pm-4pm -- Biography on CNBC #18 – Howard Schultz
4pm-5pm -- Biography on CNBC #19 – Sears Roebuck
5pm-6pm -- Biography on CNBC #20 – Ernest & Julio Gallo
7pm-8pm -- Total Recall: The Toyota Story
8pm-9pm -- One Nation, Overweight
9pm-10pm -- American Greed 4
10pm-11pm -- Escape From Havana: An American Story
11pm-1:30am -- Enron: The Smartest Guys In the Room
1:30am-2am -- Til Debt Do Us Part 29
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