(ALL TIMES ARE ET)
A LIVE SPECIAL, "THE CASE AGAINST GOLDMAN SACHS," WILL AIR TONIGHT AT 6PM, PRE-EMPTING "MAD MONEY."
CNBC will broadcast continuing coverage of the Goldman Sachs hearings.
"House of Cards" (2hours) will air tonight at 12am, pre-empting "Porn: Business of Pleasure"at 12am, and "Dirty Money: The Business of High-End Prostitution" at 1am.
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