Beginning April 14th, two new half hour episodes of "Princess" will air on Saturdays back to back at 10pm and 1am ET. There will be 16 new episodes in Season 2.

“It’s time to take control of your money – and your life!”

Everybody knows a Princess: that outrageous friend or family member who keeps on living a fabulous life… even as their debt piles up and other people foot the bill.

Well, it’s time to grow up – and get real!

In the second season of Princess, Gail Vaz-Oxlade – host of the hit series Til Debt Do Us Part – tackles the newest generation of spoiled spenders. Over a four-week period, Gail takes away these Princess’ credit cards, puts them on a cash diet, and challenges them to start achieving their goals. Using her no-nonsense tough talk, Gail confronts, cajoles, and guides these spoiled Princesses as they transform into self-sufficient young women. Powered by these compelling stories, and packed with practical financial advice, Princess is candid and captivating viewing that you won’t want to miss.

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