50 Cent: The Money and The Power

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  • TV-14
  • 2008
  • 1 Season
  • 4.5  (129)

50 Cent: The Money and The Power was an American reality television show that premiered on MTV in 2008. The show revolved around the search for the next big entrepreneur, who would have the "Midas touch" just like Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, the millionaire rapper and businessman who served as the show's host and executive producer.

The contestants were all aspiring entrepreneurs from various walks of life who faced a series of challenges designed to test their business acumen, strategic thinking, and ability to handle pressure. Each week, they were given a certain amount of money and had to use it to start a business, complete a task, or overcome an obstacle. They were judged on their creativity, leadership, and results, and those who failed to deliver were sent home.

The challenges ranged from running a sneaker store for a day, creating and selling custom t-shirts, designing a viral marketing campaign, and even producing and selling a hip hop track. The contestants had to learn how to negotiate with vendors, manage their finances, and motivate their team members. They also had to navigate the rap industry, meeting with music producers, record executives, and celebrity guests to pitch their ideas and gain exposure.

The show featured a diverse cast of characters, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. There was the street-smart hustler from Brooklyn, the fashion designer from Atlanta, the tech entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, and the former drug dealer turned community activist from Chicago. They all shared a hunger for success and a willingness to take risks, but they also had to deal with personal dramas, rivalries, and setbacks.

50 Cent served as a mentor and role model for the contestants, sharing his own success story and giving them advice and feedback. He was tough but fair, pushing them to do better and praising them when they delivered results. He also shared his own business strategies, explaining how he built his empire from scratch and how he invests his money. He even gave some of his own money to the contestants to help them with their projects, but he also warned them that this was a competition and only the winner would get his full support.

The show was shot in New York City and had a gritty and glamorous vibe, reflecting both the challenges and the rewards of the entrepreneurship world. It also had a hip hop soundtrack, featuring songs from 50 Cent and other popular artists. The editing was fast-paced and dramatic, with cliffhangers and plot twists that kept the audience hooked. The show was produced by Mark Burnett, the mastermind behind Survivor and The Apprentice, and aimed to showcase the next generation of business leaders.

50 Cent: The Money and The Power had six episodes and a live finale, where the two remaining contestants had to pitch their businesses to a panel of judges and investors, including 50 Cent himself. The winner received a cash prize of $100,000 and a chance to work with 50 Cent on a future project. The show didn't have a second season, but it left a mark on the reality TV landscape and inspired many viewers to pursue their own entrepreneurial dreams.

Overall, 50 Cent: The Money and The Power was an exciting and inspiring show that combined business education, entertainment, and celebrity culture. It showcased the talents and ambitions of a new generation of entrepreneurs and emphasized the importance of hard work, creativity, and perseverance in the face of adversity. If you're a fan of reality TV, hip hop, or entrepreneurship, this show is definitely worth watching.

50 Cent: The Money and The Power is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on November 7, 2008.

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Crush Your Competition
10. Crush Your Competition
January 22, 2009
Ryan, Larry and Cornbreadd have their final days at Camp Curtis.
Knowledge Reigns Supreme
9. Knowledge Reigns Supreme
January 15, 2009
In the most challenging episode of the season, the four remaining contestants are kidnapped, blindfolded, re-educated and shot with paintball guns.
Move From Demand To Supply
8. Move From Demand To Supply
January 8, 2009
It's down to the final five contestants in week 8 of the competition and the tension at Camp Curtis is as heavy as it has been.
Expand and Protect Your Turf
7. Expand and Protect Your Turf
January 1, 2009
50 keeps the contestants on their toes by switching up teams and making several surprise eliminations.
Use Your Cents to Make Change
6. Use Your Cents to Make Change
December 18, 2008
50 challenges the contestants to spread the word about HIV in the Bronx, and has a surprising reward for their good deed.
The Hustler's Eye
5. The Hustler's Eye
December 11, 2008
Team Money and Team Power experience a major shift in their team dynamics.
Respect the Hustle
4. Respect the Hustle
December 5, 2008
Two contestants get a special reward and earn a trip to 50 Cent's legendary Connecticut mansion. Then the teams show off their hustling skills on the boardwalk at Coney Island.
Truth = Money
3. Truth = Money
November 20, 2008
When the teams are challenged to create a marketing rap, some contestants step up to the spotlight, while others put their team in jeapordy.
Turn S. Into Sugar
2. Turn S. Into Sugar
November 14, 2008
Nikki is named leader of Team Money. Nima seems to be playing head games with the others. Meanwhile, Nathan becomes a pariah.
Choose Your Crew Wisely
1. Choose Your Crew Wisely
November 7, 2008
The competition begins as fourteen aspiring young entrepreneurs arrive in New York City competing for a $100,000 investment from 50 Cent himself.
Where to Watch 50 Cent: The Money and The Power
50 Cent: The Money and The Power is available for streaming on the MTV website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch 50 Cent: The Money and The Power on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    November 7, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    4.5  (129)