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The Riches is a television show that aired in American on FX from March 2007 to April 2008. It follows Wayne and Dhalia Malloy and their family, but they are no ordinary family. The Malloy family are Irish traveling con artists and thieves. During their crazy adventure, they get into a car accident with a very, very wealthy couple. They decide to then steal their identities and move into their new home in a gated community.

Throughout the show you watch them struggle and try to adjust to their new life. This show has a very interesting style; the comedy is always offset with some sort of lurking secret. This show keeps you engaged with all of the nonsense and the crazy shenanigans the Malloy family gets themselves into. The cast truly makes you believe that they are con artists and thieves, making the story believable and, almost at times, heart-warming.

The Riches is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on March 12, 2007.

Where do I stream The Riches online? The Riches is available for streaming on FX, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Riches on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV online.

2 Seasons, 20 Episodes
March 12, 2007
Cast: Eddie Izzard, Minnie Driver, Shannon Woodward, Noel Fisher, Aidan Mitchell
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The Riches Full Episode Guide

  • As Wayne and Dahlia continue to drift further apart, the Bayou Hills deal is threatened by dangerous behavior at the construction site. Meanwhile, a relationship blooms between DiDi and Ike and Cael opts to stay at Rosaleen's camp.

  • While Wayne tries to keep Dale and the other Travelers away, he must also try to regain Dahlia's trust. Meanwhile, Cael and Rosaleen come closer and Nina has a party for Jim.

  • As Wayne struggles to deal with Doug's past, Dahlia has struggles of her own while trying to live an honest life.

  • Wayne is forced to deal with the Eden Falls elite after Cael is caught tampering with the school's computer. Meanwhile, Hugh is deemed psychologically inept to handle the Bayou Hills deal due to depression. Also, Dale demands a job at Panco, and nobody is happy that a traveler named Quinn arrives after spending 20 years in prison.

  • Wayne deals with Dale and Pete while Dahlia and the kids get held up in Blunt, Texas where they have to rescue Nina who is being held hostage by a local couple.

  • Wayne sends Dahlia, the kids, and Cherien's mother away while he stays to deal with Pete Mincey, which Dale has continued to screw up. However, things look up when Hugh offers Wayne a piece of a land deal. Meanwhile, Nina decides to leave Eden Falls with Dahlia.

  • With visitors arriving, neighbors prying and Dale angling for a piece of the action, the walls appear to be closing in on the Malloys.

  • The first season's finale finds the Malloys in a difficult situation as visitors are still arriving, neighbors are prying and Dale angles to get a piece of the action.

  • With Hugh absent, Wayne takes charge at Panco and learns what it's like to be the boss. Dahlia tries to bond with Di Di, but discovers the gap between them has widened. And Dale makes his intentions---romantic and otherwise---known to Hartley.

  • Convinced that Dahlia is still at risk, Wayne aims to give her a taste of her own medicine by snorting a handful of meth. His ill-advised attempt at drug intervention launches Wayne on a speed-fueled romp while Dahlia has to keep things afloat at Panco. Dale shows up in Eden Falls and befriends neighbor Hartley.

  • Hugh discovers the missing money from the safe and suspects everybody, Wayne included. So Wayne, thinking fast to explain his whereabouts on the night of the crime, comes up with a story about a mystery Panco investor. Now all the Malloys have to do is find one. Enter libidinous ex-ballplayer Rudy Blue.

  • The Malloys are forced to uphold their promise when Dehliah's fiancĂ© arrives at their door. In a lawsuit that could sink Panco, Hartley claims it was Hugh's fault that an alligator ate her arm. Back at camp, Dale plots a power grab.

  • Discovering the demands of his new job, Wayne has to clean up after one of Hugh's shady land-grabs, while a bored Dahlia figures out ways to amuse herself in Eden Falls. Meanwhile, Ginny moves in on the unsuspecting Malloys.

  • When Doug's ex-wife comes after Wayne for missed alimony payments, Wayne has to fix things before she blows their cover. Dahlia joins forces with him in a ruse to shake Doug's ex and her shyster lawyer. Dehliah starts to like a "buffer" guy and Cael finds a way to capitalize on his unique skills at school.

  • Wayne shows up for his first day on the job at Panco, Inc. and finds out his first task is to fire his predecessor. Dahlia enlists the kids in an elaborate scam to gain them admission at a tony private school, the gateway to "buffer" prosperity. Meanwhile, Dale tries to lure the Malloys out of hiding.

  • To pay for their new lavish lifestyle, Wayne steps into Doug's shoes to try and charm the tweedy partners of a high-end law firm. A nosy neighbor has the family RV towed, and Dahlia, Dehliah and Sam conspire to get it back. Meanwhile, someone's calling Doug's cell phone at all hours, and back at the camp, Dale is hot to pick up Wayne and Dahlia's trail.

  • Wayne Malloy, patriarch to a family of Irish Travellers in rural Louisiana, takes his wife Dahlia and their kids on the run after stealing money from the extended family bank. Seduced by the idea of a bigger life for themselves, and armed with the keys to a dead man's new house in a posh suburban development, they assume the identity of a "normal family"... setting in motion their plan to steal the American Dream.

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