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YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT!
Series Reported by CNBC's Robert Frank
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., September 10, 2013—It's an exclusive world filled with enormous fortunes, unimaginable extravagance and a cast of #SuperRich characters with one thing in common—a voracious appetitefor success and status.
CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," series premieres in the network's primetime line-up on Wednesday, September 25th, at 9PM & 9:30PM ET/PT, featuring eight new half-hour shows with two back-to-back episodes airing each Wednesday for four consecutive weeks. Reported by CNBC's Robert Frank and featuring New York City super broker Dolly Lenz, the series unlocks the mansion gates and gives you rare access to a world inhabited by the wealthiest people on the planet.
Wednesday, September 25th:
Episode 1: 9PM ET/PT
Super Rich Mega-Mansion & a Luxury Survival Silo: Go inside the largest home in America. Visit a secret $150,000,000 mega-mansion. And, tour a bomb proof underground luxury condo where the super rich plan to survive the apocalypse in style.
Episode 2: 9:30PM ET/PT
Super Rich Town & a Mega-Wedding: Travel to the richest town in America and tour the most expensive home – and the least expensive. Plus, watch celebrity party planner, Colin Cowie, as he races to complete a mega-wedding for a super rich groom and his Playboy playmate wife.
Wednesday, October 2nd:
Episode 3: 9PM ET/PT
Super Rich Secret Party& Mega-Taxidermy: Watch an event planner for billionaires create an upside-down birch forest for a top-secret celebration. And, go inside one of NYC's most exclusive addresses to uncover the most unusual apartment you've ever seen – it's covered wall-to-wall in dead animals.
Episode 4: 9:30PM ET/PT
Super Rich Private Jets & the Gold Lambo: A detailed look at how a gulfstream jet gets a multi-million dollar makeover from one of the most sought-after designers in America. Plus, meet the 20-something owner of the #1 Lamborghini dealer in the country. And, go inside an unusual NYC mega-mansion listed for $28,000,000.
Wednesday, October 9th:
Episode 5: 9PM ET/PT
Super Rich Car Collectors & a Super-Secret Club: Travel to a small island where the super rich spend more than $50,000,000 on classic cars in one weekend, and meet the "Ferrari Whisperer," who knows the histories– and tragedies – behind the world's most valuable vintage Ferraris. Plus, go inside a super-secret NYC watch club and see a watch worth more than most houses.
Episode 6: 9:30PM ET/PT
Super Rich Mega-Yacht & Miami Mansions: Meet the two women in Miami who have the keys to the city's priciest real estate. Plus, travel to a small town in the Netherlands where the largest yachts in the world are being built. Meet the Aussie billionaire spending hundreds of millions to build a replica of the Titanic. And, go inside a private house party with food catered by one of the finest restaurants in the country – while the London Philharmonic plays in the living room.
Wednesday, October 16th:
Episode 7: 9PM ET/PT
Super Rich Beach House & Mega-Ferraris: Goinside LA's hottest properties, plus a $54,000,000 Malibu beach house. And, meet the humble Midwesterner who can turn rusty old sports cars into tens of millions of dollars. By the way, billionaires have to wait years for his services.
Episode 8: 9:30PM ET/PT
Super Rich Speed Club & Mega-Mansions: See where the super rich go to blow the speed limit. Plus, a mega-mansionpainted with 18k gold, and a peek inside a very private, super rich way to go shopping.
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