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In this competition series, a wealthy businessman travels around the country sampling products of companies in the hospitality industry. The host offers advice for improvement of the products, and if companies can successfully implement his advice, he places an order for their products. The series debuted on the CNBC cable network in 2016.

Billion Dollar Buyer is a Reality series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (24 episodes). The series first aired on March 22, 2016. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.6.

Billion Dollar Buyer is available for streaming on the CNBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Billion Dollar Buyer on demand at Peacock MSNBC, Amazon, CNBC, Google Play, iTunes, Peacock online.

Tuesday 10:00 PM et/pt on CNBC
3 Seasons, 24 Episodes
March 22, 2016
Cast: Nicole Di Rocco
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Billion Dollar Buyer Full Episode Guide

  • In the Season 3 finale, Tilman revisits some of his favorite small companies from past seasons, including Liber & Co., Bravado Spice, SeatNinja, Rossmore LA and Nicolita Swimwear, to see which ones are flourishing

  • Tilman Fertitta meets with two fledgling companies hoping to make their mark: Mar-Tea-Na, a tea maker hoping to break into the restaurant world, and Eat.Drink.Host., a paper goods business.

  • A salad dressing company in Baton Rouge whose owners make homemade Louisiana recipes; and a California chicken farm run by two brothers-in-law are featured.

  • Two Houston-based businesses still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Harvey include Texas Mattress Makers and K&N Custom Granite.

  • Tilman is in Texas checking out a luxury stationery company launched by Catherine and Sean Lowe ("The Bachelor"), and an air-conditioned furniture invention that could revolutionize outdoor dining.

  • Tilman goes to Chicago to check out an old-school pasta maker hoping to rebuild a family legacy and a clean alcohol producer that's trying to tap into bars and restaurants.

  • An "athleisure" company with a female empowerment message and a farm known for its organic beef and produce are featured in the Season 3 premiere.

  • Tilman is looking for two small businesses to cater to his customers changing tastes: All American Design and Evolving Kneads.

  • Tilman heads south to meet with two businesses that could bring a special flair to his restaurants.

  • Tilman goes to Texas to check out a family-owned honey business that needs to modernize its production process; and a San Antonio glassblower who must learn to let go of her work and make a profit.

  • A family-owned seafood outfit in Florida that isn't afraid of larger competitors; and a specialty cocktail-rimmer company in California ready to go to the next level are featured.

  • A visit to Florida features a lighting design company; and a marketing outfit that helps large and small businesses promote their brands.

  • Dutch's Spirits, a moonshine company struggling to take its product mainstream; Lazyjack Press, whose cheeky ties may be repelling potential customers.

  • DamnDog, an edgy men's handbag line whose founder is looking to step out of his parents' shadow and Pop Brothers, a family-owned ice pop brand whose owners are looking to bounce back from Hurricane Katrina.

  • Kismet Cosmetics, a lipstick brand with a cautious owner that keeps it from moving forward and the Jed Malitz V2 gallery, created by a talented glass sculptor who lets his pride determine his high prices.

  • Santa Barbara Mariculture is a mussel company with a sophisticated farming technique but a troubling business structure; the founders of SeatNinja believe their restaurant reservation software will revolutionize the industry.

  • A swimwear designer hopes her Cuban style bikini bottoms are the right fit for Tilman's business; the owner of a designer shower drain business has a hard choice to make.