The Profit

About The Profit

When Marcus Lemonis isn't running his multibillion-dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In each one-hour episode of The Profit, Lemonis makes an offer that's impossible to refuse: his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits. And once inside these companies, he'll do almost anything to save the business and make himself a profit--even if it means firing the president, promoting the secretary, or doing the work himself.

Baby Bump

Season 5 Episode 518
(Aired 7-31-2018) tv-pg

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    Baby Bump

    Season 5 Episode 518 (7-31-2018)

    A husband-and-wife team hits a wall after running their maternity and children's stores for ten years.

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    Season 5 Episode 517 (7-24-2018)

    A women’s athleisure company found early success building a following online, but her conservative aesthetic is starting to lose popularity,

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    Hangout Lighting

    Season 5 Episode 516 (7-17-2018)

    A young owner’s lack of clear leadership is causing sales to fizzle at a Chicago-based lighting company.

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    Simply Slices

    Season 5 Episode 515 (7-10-2018)

    At a small family-run pizza chain, the proud patriarch is squeezing the life out of the business.

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    Diaper Dude

    Season 5 Episode 514 (7-3-2018)

    A father-focused bag company that once generated millions is now at death’s door.

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    Ellison Eyewear

    Season 5 Episode 513 (6-26-2018)

    A CEO has trouble moving past a personal tragedy, affecting every aspect of his sunglasses business.

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    The Casery

    Season 5 Episode 512 (6-19-2018)

    A startup creates buzz with its cellphone cases but the cracks are starting to show despite breathtaking sales.

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    Tankfarm & Co.

    Season 5 Episode 511 (6-12-2018)

    An apparel and screen printing company is being held back by struggling storefronts and disagreements between the brothers who own the business.