Season 1 | Episode 13 | Aired 03-26-2019
From executive producer Michael Strahan, “Back in the Game” pairs major league baseball legend and successful businessman Alex Rodriguez with former pro athletes to help them get back on solid financial footing.
Marcus Lemonis goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal.
Jay Leno returns with all-new vehicles, all-new guests and all-new adventures as he drives his passion for cars into your living room.
The reality series features the sharks who give budding entrepreneurs the chance to make their dreams come true.
CNBC's "American Greed" examines the dark side of the American dream. Some people will do anything for money!
America's most popular and beloved game shows, "Deal or No Deal," is back with its iconic host Howie Mandel.
Aaron and his team are ready to sell some of the biggest estates in the country, but to succeed, they need to reason with, cajole, and ultimately convince the stubborn homeowners to follow their plan. Check out "Listing Impossible" coming to CNBC soon!
The Deed: Chicago features savvy multi-millionaire real estate mogul—Sean Conlon—as he comes to the aid of struggling property investors in dire need of help.
CNBC unlocks the mansion gates and scores the ultimate VIP access to a world inhabited by only the wealthiest people on the planet.
Professional athletes and entertainers are some of the best paid people in the world. But the reality is, their careers are often short-lived and they can find themselves in serious financial distress when the big paychecks stop coming their way. Now, in this four-episode series, former MLB superstar and mega-successful businessman, Alex Rodriguez, is ready to give back by mentoring athletes and entertainers who’ve fallen on hard times and need help getting back on their feet. Join Alex as he motivates and advises Evander Holyfield, Ryan Lochte, Nicole Eggert, and Brian Dunkleman on how to reduce their crushing debt, repair their reputations, and launch new business careers so they can re-charge their financial futures. After years of living large, will they be willing to listen to their new coach?