CNBC Originals

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  • 2004
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.5  (16)

CNBC Originals is a part of the CNBC channel that showcases a lineup of different original shows from the CNBC channel. Many people who enjoy watching respected and world famous television shows should consider watching the CNBC Originals that are aired a part of the CNBC Original series. There are some television shows that you will find which are not exactly appropriate for young children, but the majority of the shows are great for children to watch. CNBC Originals actually airs professionally made documentaries and different shows that showcase the life of certain people. CNBC Originals is mostly known for their documentaries like, The Secret Life Of Garbage, Love at First Byte, Inside a $500 Billion Money Machine, and many others. The entire Original series tries to showcase a wide range of different topics to ensure that you learn a lot of helpful information. The CNBC Originals is quite respectful and full of quality documentaries that many critics have enjoyed because of their educational nature at teaching people regarding certain aspects. CNBC is very respected in today's generation because of the quality work that they offer in their shows. If you want to enjoy quality television shows at its fullest with many acclaimed reviewers calling the series worth watching, then consider watching the documentaries that are a part of the CNBC Originals. There are some parts to the show which make it original and special because of their ability to take concepts and topics on some serious matters. They have episodes and documentaries on life, trash, online dating, money, and almost all kinds of topics to give you something interesting to watch. There are all kinds of episodes that they have made, and they consistently try to showcase more and more different episodes. While the show doesn't have as many documentaries as what most people think, but you should consider watching their documentaries when they become available. They all have some sort of educational nature to them. The garbage documentary teaches a whole lot about all of this. With their age appropriate documentaries, children can enjoy their shows as well.

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DNA Testing: The Promise and the Peril
19. DNA Testing: The Promise and the Peril
May 11, 2020
CNBC's Scott Wapner examines the explosive rise and recent decline of direct-to-consumer DNA testing, an industry virtually unheard of 20 years ago that has convinced nearly 30 million paying customers to hand over their most sensitive personal information - their genetic code. While industry leaders like Ancestry and 23andMe promise to reveal secrets about your heritage and health, there are growing concerns about privacy, the reliability of test results, and the question of who has access to your data. As just a handful of companies builds the world's largest private DNA databases and sells access to them to outside companies, some say it's time to step back and consider the critical questions this controversial technology raises.
High Risk. High Reward: Cannabis Inc.
18. High Risk. High Reward: Cannabis Inc.
September 4, 2020
CNBC's Melissa Lee investigates the booming cannabis industry, a market expected to hit $83 billion in the U.S. by 2025, thanks in part to marijuana's new reputation as an all-natural cure for illness, boredom and just about everything in between. While some believe the industry is poised for another round of explosive growth, others are sounding the alarm. CNBC gains unprecedented access to some of pot's biggest corporate players and explores the burning question: is cannabis the miracle drug that consumers and investors are banking on, or is it the product of misleading marketing by an industry where nothing is quite as it seems?
Vaporized: America's E-Cigarette Addiction
17. Vaporized: America's E-Cigarette Addiction
July 15, 2019
CNBC's Carl Quintanilla investigates the rapidly growing and controversial e-cigarette industry, a market expected to hit $9 billion by the end of 2019. CNBC gets unprecedented access inside Juul Labs, a company whose innovative product design and marketing have made it the industry leader as well as a lightning rod for criticism that vaping companies are luring teenagers into nicotine addiction. While some believe e-cigarette sales should be restricted to protect kids, others claim stricter regulation could cost the lives of many adult cigarette smokers struggling to kick their deadly habit. We explore the raging debate: are e-cigarettes a curse or a cure?
The Profit: My Roots
16. The Profit: My Roots
April 9, 2019
In this CNBC original documentary, Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's The Profit, travels to the land of his birth: Lebanon. Left in a Beirut orphanage during the run-up to the civil war and adopted by an American couple when he was nine months old, Marcus has never been back—until now. What he finds is one of the most resilient places on Earth, bursting with spirit and filled with entrepreneurs determined to live full lives and overcome the country's war-torn past. Along the way, he also makes stunning and emotional discoveries about himself and what his life might have been like had he never left.
Crisis on Wall Street: The Week That Shook the World
15. Crisis on Wall Street: The Week That Shook the World
September 12, 2018
In this original documentary, CNBC presents the definitive televised account of the most tumultuous days of the 2008 financial crisis. Ten years later, Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on how close we came to a global economic catastrophe.
Bit Coin: Boom or Bust
14. Bit Coin: Boom or Bust
August 27, 2018
CNBC presents the good, the bad and the ugly sides of bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that’s exploded into a worldwide phenomenon, attracting investors from Wall Street to Main Street & beyond. But is...
Warren Buffet: Investor. Teacher. Icon
13. Warren Buffet: Investor. Teacher. Icon
May 4, 2018
This CNBC original documentary takes viewers inside the story of Warren Buffett's extraordinary success. With a blend of wisdom and common sense, Buffett is more than just one of the most successful investors in American history. He's also a teacher who has had a tremendous influence on people around the world. Correspondent Becky Quick profiles Buffett and some of the many people whose lives have been influenced, and even changed, by his investment advice and life lessons. Some are famous, and others unknown—everyday folks, some running small ventures, who feel a connection to one of the wealthiest people on the planet. Quick meets a young man who attributes his recovery from an opioid addiction in part to Buffett's principles of ethics and integrity, and profiles NFL superstar Ndamukong Suh, who has been mentored by Buffett as he pursues business interests he hopes will carry him beyond his pro football career. CNBC cameras also follow Buffett to Washington D.C., as he visits the neighborhood where he lived as a teenager and got his entrepreneurial start delivering newspapers in the 1940's.
The Profit in Puerto Rico: An American Crisis
11. The Profit in Puerto Rico: An American Crisis
January 22, 2018
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis takes viewers on a fascinating and sometimes disturbing journey through Puerto Rico as it struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria.
The Profit in Marijuana Country
10. The Profit in Marijuana Country
January 2, 2018
In this CNBC original documentary, The Profit's Marcus Lemonis goes to California for a rare and revealing look at the place many consider the marijuana capital of America. The infamous Emerald Triangle is home to generations of illegal pot farmers, long suspicious of outsiders and wary of talking about their lives. Now, this tight-knit community is emerging from the shadows, as a new state law goes into effect. Soon, any adult in California will be able to buy cannabis without a medical prescription. This could mean a windfall for these growers, so some have decided to go legal, leave behind the fear of arrest, and grab their share of what will soon be the largest legal marijuana market in the world.
A Billionaire's Bet: The Best & Brightest
8. A Billionaire's Bet: The Best & Brightest
June 26, 2017
CNBC follows an extraordinary group of young hyper-achievers as they gather in Beijing to take part in the first year of a program for future world leaders.
Oceans of Crime
5. Oceans of Crime
February 17, 2018
Go inside a fascinating and disturbing crime story, set in one of the most lawless places on earth: our oceans, where perpetrators traffic in an illegal product and front-line workers are modern-day slaves.
The New High: Extreme Sports
4. The New High: Extreme Sports
June 18, 2015
From flying off a mountain in a wingsuit to kiteboarding 40 feet in the air, explore the soaring popularity of extreme sports.
White Collar Convicts: Life on the Inside
3. White Collar Convicts: Life on the Inside
April 29, 2015
News cameras are almost never allowed inside federal prisons, but CNBC goes behind prison walls to capture the raw experience of convicted corporate swindlers who are serving time.
The Profit: Marijuana Millions
2. The Profit: Marijuana Millions
August 8, 2017
Marcus Lemonis travels to California at a game-changing moment in the evolving acceptance and commercialization of pot in America.
The Best & Brightest
1. The Best & Brightest
June 25, 2017
CNBC follows an extraordinary group of young super-achievers as they gather in Beijing to take part in a program for future world leaders. They are thrust into a unique year-long social experiment of living, studying, and playing together.
#TwitterRevolution
807. #TwitterRevolution
August 7, 2013
Get the inside story on Twitter - home to everyone from geeks to LeBron and the Pope.
Rise of the Machines
918. Rise of the Machines
September 18, 2013
See how smart machines in our daily lives can connect to us and to each other.
Description

CNBC Originals is a part of the CNBC channel that showcases a lineup of different original shows from the CNBC channel. Many people who enjoy watching respected and world famous television shows should consider watching the CNBC Originals that are aired a part of the CNBC Original series. There are some television shows that you will find which are not exactly appropriate for young children, but the majority of the shows are great for children to watch. CNBC Originals actually airs professionally made documentaries and different shows that showcase the life of certain people.

CNBC Originals is mostly known for their documentaries like, The Secret Life Of Garbage, Love at First Byte, Inside a $500 Billion Money Machine, and many others. The entire Original series tries to showcase a wide range of different topics to ensure that you learn a lot of helpful information. The CNBC Originals is quite respectful and full of quality documentaries that many critics have enjoyed because of their educational nature at teaching people regarding certain aspects. CNBC is very respected in today's generation because of the quality work that they offer in their shows. If you want to enjoy quality television shows at its fullest with many acclaimed reviewers calling the series worth watching, then consider watching the documentaries that are a part of the CNBC Originals. There are some parts to the show which make it original and special because of their ability to take concepts and topics on some serious matters.

They have episodes and documentaries on life, trash, online dating, money, and almost all kinds of topics to give you something interesting to watch. There are all kinds of episodes that they have made, and they consistently try to showcase more and more different episodes. While the show doesn't have as many documentaries as what most people think, but you should consider watching their documentaries when they become available. They all have some sort of educational nature to them. The garbage documentary teaches a whole lot about all of this. With their age appropriate documentaries, children can enjoy their shows as well.

CNBC Originals is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (105 episodes). The series first aired on October 21, 2004.

Where to Watch CNBC Originals

CNBC Originals is available for streaming on the CNBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch CNBC Originals on demand at Hulu, NBC, CNBC, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    October 21, 2004
  • IMDB Rating
    6.5  (16)