A live one-hour special "The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer" will air tonight at 8pm and 11pm ET on CNBC. The special pre-empts "Fast Money" at 8pm and "Mad Money with Jim Cramer" at 11pm.
"The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer," a one-hour special anchored by CNBC's Dylan Ratigan live from Wall Street, examines the effect Spitzer had on Wall Street, among other topics, and features CNBC anchors and reporters Charlie Gasparino (who has covered Spitzer and Wall Street for years), Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, Scott Cohn, Melissa Lee, Hampton Pearson, among others. The special will feature guests and discussions.
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