Hosts Deanne Bell and George Zaidan Help Inventors Take Their Products to the Next Level and Give Them a Chance to Secure a Potential Investment.
ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. – September 19, 2016 — CNBC's original primetime series "Make Me A Millionaire Inventor" is back for season two on Thursday, October 6 at 10PM ET/PT with eight new one-hour episodes. Hosted by engineering experts Deanne Bell and George Zaidan, "Make Me A Millionaire Inventor" is on a mission to find the best inventions never made, and bring them to market.
In each episode, Bell and Zaidan scour the country looking for amazing ideas they're convinced can make big money. They'll track down the inventors and give them a second chance to bring their ideas and dreams to life. The inventors will be given the resources and help they need to take their products from concept to reality; they'll prototype , test and perfect their inventions while preparing for the biggest pitch of their lives.
"Make Me A Millionaire Inventor" – Episode 201 – Life Savers
Premiere Episode: Airing Thursday, October 6 at 10pm ET/PT
In the season premiere, two inventions with one lofty goal: save lives. Deanne meets an emergency nurse who has invented the "Goldilocks Valves," a device that could revolutionize the way nurses and paramedics perform CPR. While George teams up with a retired firefighter who has spent the past sixteen years developing the "Aqua Blaster," a harness designed to make fighting fires safer and easier for those on the front line.
"Make Me A Millionaire Inventor" – Episode 202 – Barrier to Entry
Airing Thursday, October 13 at 10pm ET/PT
Tastier steak? Relief for sweaty construction workers? Two teams of inventors think they have solutions. Deanne helps a family who has thrown all their resources into the "Kool Breeze Solar Hard Hat" … a hard hat with a solar powered fan system. Meanwhile, George meets two meat lovers whose invention, the "Steakager" aims to bring restaurant quality dry aged steak into the home, for a fraction of the price.
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"Make Me A Millionaire Inventor" is produced by All3Media America and Objective Media Group with Jimmy Fox, Nick Parnes, Greg Lipstone, Layla Smith and Rebecca Hertz as executive producers. Jim Ackerman and Adam Barry are the executive producers for CNBC.
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