The Profit (TV series) – Wikipedia

American reality television series
For the 1996 Fox play featuring adrian Pasdar, see Profit ( TV series )

The Profit
The Profit cnbc logo.png Lemonis sitting on a throne of bills
Genre Reality show
Presented by Marcus Lemonis
Country of origin United States
Original language English
No. of seasons 8
No. of episodes 72
Production
Executive producer Amber Mazzola
Production company Machete Productions
Release
Original network CNBC
Original release July 30, 2013 ( )

 –
28 september 2021

Chronology
Related shows The Partner

The Profit is an american documentary-style world television show air on CNBC. In each episode, Marcus Lemonis typically offers a das kapital investment and his expertness to struggling belittled businesses in rally for an ownership post in the party, but a series of “ Inside Look ” episodes have commentary by Lemonis and administrator manufacturer Amber Mazzola as they watch past episodes. Some episodes simply show a business, city, or industry without any investing by Lemonis. The Partner is a by-product series that aired in 2017, besides featuring Lemonis. Season 1 premiered on July 30, 2013 ; [ 1 ] season 2 premiered on February 25, 2014. The second contribution of the second season returned October 2014. After a successful second season, with ratings going up 115 % from the inaugural season, the third temper premiered on May 12, 2015. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] The Profit returned for a fourthly season on August 23, 2016. [ 4 ] A fifth season premiered on November 21, 2017 and started with a “ retread ” sequence that looked back at different companies Lemonis had invested in and said whether they were a “ win ” or a “ loss ”. [ 5 ] The sixth season premiered on December 4, 2018. On October 14, 2019, it was announced that the seventh season will premiere on November 5, 2019. [ 6 ] On September 28, 2021 Marcus Lemonis posted on his Twitter feed “ 2013 – 2021 thank you ” indicating that season 8 will be the death temper for the show. [ 7 ]

product, by-product, and specials [edit ]

Lemonis does not get paid by the output ship’s company, Machete Productions, nor do they help fund his investments. [ 8 ] Occasional promotions for AT & T, Chase, and LegalZoom have appeared. A 2017 by-product, The Partner, featured Lemonis searching for a occupation partner to help run businesses featured in The Profit. [ 9 ] A limited titled “ The net income in Cuba ” aired on November 15, 2016 ; it featured Lemonis travelling to Cuba to explore newly business opportunities in the country. [ 10 ] It was watched by 478,000 viewers. [ 11 ] other specials looked at Puerto Rico and both the legal and illegal marijuana industries in California. Another extra was titled “ top 10 Rules for Success ”. On April 3, 2019, it was announced that a 90-minute master objective titled The Profit: My Roots will air on April 9, 2019. [ 12 ]

Episodes [edit ]

Season 1 ( 2013 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date U.S. Viewers Follow-up
1 “1 800 Car Cash” New York City, NY $200,000 + licensing partnership for
1/3 of business
deal July 30, 2013 ( ) 254,000[13] S2, Ep2
S2, Ep18
S3, Ep9
2 “Jacob Maarse Florists” Pasadena, CA $100,000 for 25% of profits No cover August 6, 2013 ( ) 173,000[13] S1, Ep6
S2, Ep18
3 “Planet Popcorn” Newport Beach, CA $200,000 for 50% of the business,
100% financial control
No deal August 13, 2013 ( ) 248,000[14] S2, Ep16
4 “Eco-Me” Pomona, CA $500,000 for 20% of the business deal August 20, 2013 ( ) 248,000[15] N/A
5 “LA Dogworks” Los Angeles, CA $1,000,000 for 50% of the business,
full operational control
No deal August 27, 2013 ( ) 259,000[16] N/A
6 “Mr. Green Tea” Keyport, NJ $600,000 for 35% of the business manage September 3, 2013 ( ) 314,000[17] S2, Ep18

Season 2 ( 2014 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date U.S. Viewers Follow-up
1 “Athans Motors” Morton Grove, IL $3,500,000 for 50% of the business deal February 25, 2014 ( ) 439,000[18] S2, Ep18
2 “A. Stein Meat Products” Brooklyn, NY $1,000,000 for 50% of the business overtone conduct March 4, 2014 ( ) 441,000[19] S2, Ep18
3 “Michael Sena’s Pro-Fit” Dyer, IN $50,000 for 50% of protein bar business,
$250,000 for 75% of gym business
partial deal March 11, 2014 ( ) 488,000[20] S2, Ep18
4 “WorldWide Trailers” Tampa, FL $700,000 for 50% of the business No deal March 18, 2014 ( ) 497,000[21] S2, Ep18
5 “Skullduggery” Anaheim, CA $1,100,000 for 30% of the business,
full financial control
No deal March 25, 2014 ( ) 537,000[22] N/A
6 “Sweet Pete’s” Jacksonville, FL $750,000 for 50% of the business deal April 1, 2014 ( ) 577,000[23] S2, Ep18
S3, Ep9
7 “Amazing Grapes” Rancho Santa Margarita, CA $300,000 for 51% of the business,
25% for staff
cope April 8, 2014 ( ) 590,000[24] N/A
8 “Key West Key Lime Pie Co.” Key West, FL $450,000 for 51% of the business cope April 15, 2014 ( ) 594,000[25] S3, Ep2
9 “Courage.b” Greenwich, CT $800,000 for 30% of the business consider October 14, 2014 ( ) 536,000[26] S3, Ep9
10 “Artistic Stitch” Queens, NY $660,000 for 50% of the business,
full financial control forever
partial derivative conduct October 21, 2014 ( ) 702,000[27] S3, Ep2
11 “Swanson’s Fish Market” Fairfield, CT $1,000,000 for purchase of the building,
0% of the business
No consider October 28, 2014 ( ) 594,000[28] N/A
12 “Unique Salon & Spa” Long Island, NY $250,000 for 20% of the salon business,
51% of the product line
cope November 4, 2014 ( ) 514,000[29] S3, Ep2
13 “West End Coffee Company” Greenville, SC $200,000 for 51% of the business No distribute November 11, 2014 ( ) 640,000[30] N/A
14 “Coopersburg Sports” Coopersburg, PA $630,000 for 30% of the business + 3% royalty batch November 18, 2014 ( ) 586,000[31] S3, Ep2
15 “Shuler’s Bar-B-Que” Latta, SC $500,000 for 40% of biscuit distribution,
40% of restaurant business
deal November 25, 2014 ( ) 579,000[32] N/A
16 “ASL Sign Sales & Service” Surfside Beach, SC No offer made N/A December 2, 2014 ( ) 647,000[33] N/A
17 “My Big Fat Greek Gyro” McMurray, PA $350,000 for 55% of the business consider December 9, 2014 ( ) 748,000[34] S3, Ep20
18 “A Progress Report” N/A N/A N/A December 16, 2014 ( ) 743,000[35] N/A

Season 3 ( 2015–16 ) [edit ]

Episode Title[36] Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date U.S. Viewers Follow-up
1 “SJC Drums” Southbridge, MA $400,000 for 33% of the business consider May 12, 2015 ( ) 408,000[37] N/A
2 “Progress Reports” N/A N/A N/A May 19, 2015 ( ) 398,000[38] N/A
3 “Tonnie’s Minis” New York City, NY $125,000 for 25% of the company share May 26, 2015 ( ) 442,000[39] N/A
4 “Standard Burger” Staten Island, NY $130,000 for 30% of the company conduct June 2, 2015 ( ) 741,000[40] S3, Ep14
5 “Fuelfood” West Palm Beach, FL $300,000 for 51% of the company No deal June 16, 2015 ( ) 450,000[41] N/A
6 “Grafton Furniture” Miami, FL $1,500,000 for 45% of the company,
full financial control
conduct June 23, 2015 ( ) 708,000[42] S4, Ep7
7 “Precise Graphix” Emmaus, PA $270,000 for 33.3% of the company +
100% control over all decisions
deal June 30, 2015 ( ) 690,000[43] N/A
8 “The Lano Company” Kansas City, MO $500,000 for 30% of the company deal July 7, 2015 ( ) 612,000[44] N/A
9 “A Progress Report #3” N/A N/A N/A July 14, 2015 ( ) 526,000[45] N/A
10 “Bentley’s Corner Barkery” Chicago metro area, IL $400,000 for 25% of the business +
$1.3M for acquisitions (Total 40%)
softwood October 28, 2015 ( ) 1,922,000[46] N/A S5 eps 6
11 “Blues Jean Bar” San Francisco, CA $900,000 for 50% of the business deal November 10, 2015 ( ) 489,000[47] N/A
12 “Kensington Garden Rooms” Hilmar, CA $150,000 for 12%,
10% to staff
deal November 17, 2015 ( ) 622,000[48] N/A
13.1 “Da Lobsta” Chicago, IL $210,000 for 51% of the business No manage November 24, 2015 ( ) 505,000[49] N/A
13.2 “Betty’s Pie Whole” Encinitas, CA $75,000 for 25% of the business deal November 24, 2015 ( ) 505,000[50] N/A
14 “Showdown at Standard Burger” Staten Island, NY N/A N/A December 1, 2015 ( ) 710,000[51] N/A
15 “Wick’ed” Burbank, CA $200,000 for 33% of the business cover December 8, 2015 ( ) 667,000[52] N/A
16 “Kota Longboards” Denver, CO $300,000 for 40% of the business No deal December 15, 2015 ( ) 356,000[53] N/A
17 “Vision Quest” Ronkonkoma, NY $375,000 for 50% of the business deal January 5, 2016 ( ) 540,000[54] N/A
18 “Inkkas Shoes” Brooklyn, NY $750,000 for 51% of the business batch January 19, 2016 ( ) 605,000[55] N/A
19 “240sweet” Columbus, IN $100,000 for 46% of the business No bargain January 26, 2016 ( ) 697,000[56] N/A
20.1 “Farmgirl Flowers” San Francisco, CA $1,000,000 for 20% of the business &
$500,000 Credit for Facilities
No deal February 2, 2016 ( ) 679,000[57] N/A
20.2 “My Big Fat Greek Gyro (follow-up)” TBA N/A N/A February 2, 2016 ( ) 679,000[58] N/A
21 “Growing Pains at Mr. Green Tea” Keyport, NJ N/A N/A February 9, 2016 ( ) 577,000[59] N/A
22 “A Progress Report #4” N/A N/A N/A February 16, 2016 ( ) 668,000[60] N/A

Season 4 ( 2016–17 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date[61] U.S. Viewers
1 “Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurants” Southern CA $750,000 for 51% of the business softwood August 23, 2016 ( ) 530,000[62]
2 “DiLascia” Los Angeles, CA $200,000 for 50% of the business deal August 30, 2016 ( ) 452,000[63]
3 “The Soup Market” Milwaukee, WI $315,000 for 50% of the business No deal September 6, 2016 ( ) 542,000[64]
4 “Flex Watches” Los Angeles, CA $400,000 for 40% of the business cover September 13, 2016 ( ) 488,000[65]
5 “Honest Foods” Chicago, IL $300,000 for 33% of the business Deal

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September 20, 2016 ( ) 406,000[66]
6 “Murchison-Hume” Los Angeles, CA $250,000 for 30% of the business and
70% of the trademark “Best in Show”
No manage September 27, 2016 ( ) 437,000[67]
7 “Pacific Hospitality” Los Angeles, CA $300,000 for 40% of the business
(together with Grafton Furniture)
deal October 4, 2016 ( ) 384,000[68]
8 “Tea2Go” Texas $350,000 for 70% of the business fond deal October 11, 2016 ( ) 532,000[69]
9 “Bowery Kitchen Supplies” New York, NY $350,000 for 40% of the business.
Counteroffer of $350,000 for 33%
hand October 18, 2016 ( ) 436,000[70]
Special “The Profit in Cuba” Cuba N/A N/A November 15, 2016 ( ) N/A
10 “Los Gemelos” Port Chester, NY $150,000 for 1/3 of a new business entity,
owner gets 1/3 of the new business,
1/3 to George Lopez (for his endorsement & referral)
deal November 22, 2016 ( ) 466,000[71]
11 “Susana Monaco” New York, NY $600,000 for 50% of the business softwood November 29, 2016 ( ) 475,000[72]
12 “Swim by Chuck Handy” North Miami Beach, FL $600,000 for 55% of the business deal June 6, 2017 ( ) 431,000[73]
13 “Windward Board Sports” Chicago, IL $500,000 for 50% of the business deal June 13, 2017 ( ) 399,000[74]
14 “Ashtae Products” Greensboro, NC $300,000 for 25% of the business manage June 20, 2017 ( ) 513,000[75]
15 “Overtone Acoustics” Orlando, FL $200,000 for 40% of the business deal June 27, 2017 ( ) 428,000[76]
16 “Bodhi Leaf Coffee Traders” Orange, CA $1,750,000 for 30% of the business & 10% to the Bodhi Red Beard team. conduct July 11, 2017 ( ) 379,000[77]
17 “Hip Pops” Fort Lauderdale, FL $100,000 for 50% of the business No conduct July 18, 2017 ( ) 455,000[78]
18 “Zoe’s Chocolate Co.” Waynesboro, PA $200,000 for 40% of the business cope July 25, 2017 ( ) 539,000[79]
19 “Top 10 Rules for Success” N/A N/A N/A August 1, 2017 ( ) N/A
20 “Marijuana Millions” CA N/A N/A August 8, 2017 ( ) 529,000[80]
In this special episode, Marcus shows how the legal pot industry will change California.

Season 5 ( 2017–18 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date[61] U.S. Viewers
1 “Biggest Wins and Most Heartbreaking Losses” N/A N/A N/A November 21, 2017 ( ) 409,000[81]
2 “Tumbleweed Tiny Homes” Colorado Springs, CO $3,000,000 LOAN (to be paid back) for 75% of the equity consider November 28, 2017 ( ) 559,000[82]
3 “Detroit Denim” Detroit, MI $300,000 for 51% of the business hand December 5, 2017 ( ) 517,000[83]
4 “Monica Potter Home” Garrettsville, OH $100,000 for 50% of the business.
At the end of the episode Lemonis and Monica Potter decided to cancel the deal, as Potter was uncomfortable with not being in charge of the business.
No cover December 12, 2017 ( ) 404,000[84]
5 “Mr. Cory’s Cookies” New York City, NY $100,000 for 40% of the business deal December 19, 2017 ( ) 451,000[85]
Special “The Profit in Puerto Rico: An American Crisis” Puerto Rico N/A N/A December 26, 2017 ( ) 507,000[86]
Special “The Profit in Marijuana Country” Humboldt County, CA N/A N/A January 2, 2018 ( ) 492,000[87]
Marcus visits the Emerald Triangle to show how business operate there.
6 “Rayjus / Bentley’s Pet Stuff” Morris, IL No offer made No deal January 9, 2018 ( ) 547,000[89]
Marcus initially visits Rayjus, a company that manufacturers custom T-shirts for fishermen. He was unwilling to make an offer, citing his concerns with a second job held by one of the owners.[88] The majority of the episode re-visits one of his previous investments, Bentley’s Corner Barkery (now Bentley’s Pet Stuff), that is going through growing pains as it has expanded to over 80 stores.
7 “JD Custom Designs” Fullerton, CA $300,000 for 50% of the business cover January 16, 2018 ( ) 447,000[90]
8 “Faded Royalty” New York City, NY $150,000 for 50% of the business deal January 23, 2018 ( ) 536,000 [91]
9 “Southern Culture” Atlanta, GA $75,000 for 34% of the business distribute February 6, 2018 ( ) 486,000[92]
10 “Fighting for Farrell’s” Southern CA N/A N/A February 27, 2018 ( ) 466,000[93]
11 “Tankfarm & Co.” Huntington Beach, CA $500,000 in equity and $500,000 in line of credit for 33.33% of the business hand June 12, 2018 ( ) 365,000[94]
12 “The Casery” Los Angeles, CA $700,000 for 31% of the business and 51% of the voting shares, buyout a $350,000 loan to the company No cope June 19, 2018 ( ) 439,000[95]
13 “Ellison Eyewear” Chicago, IL $350,000 for 50% of the business softwood June 26, 2018 ( ) 396,000[96]
14 “Diaper Dude” Los Angeles, CA $200,000 for 60% of the business deal July 3, 2018 ( ) N/A
15 “Simply Slices” Crestwood, IL $200,000 for 50% of the franchise business. The owner agreed to the deal initially, but ended the deal later on as he and Lemonis had disagreements about running the business. No deal July 10, 2018 ( ) N/A
16 “Hangout Lightning” Chicago, IL $200,000 for 25% of the business with 5% of that going to a shared bonus program for employees. deal July 17, 2018 ( ) N/A
17 “Montiel” Los Angeles, CA $750,000 for 45% of the business. No manage July 24, 2018 ( ) N/A
18 “Baby Bump” New Orleans, LA $100,000 for 50% of the business. deal July 31, 2018 ( ) N/A

Season 6 ( 2018–19 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date
1 “NYC Bagel Deli” Chicago, IL $250,000 for 25% of the business bargain December 4, 2018 ( )
2 “Queork” New Orleans, LA $120,000 for 1/3 of the business cover December 11, 2018 ( )
3 “Santas Toys” Santa Claus, IN $75,000 for 50% of the online business deal December 18, 2018 ( )
4 “Ben’s Garden” New York City, NY $400,000 for 40% of the online business deal January 15, 2019 ( )
5 “After the Casery (Everkin)” Los Angeles, CA $2,000,000 for 49% of the new company deal January 23, 2019 ( )
6 “Jackie’s Cookie Connection” Los Angeles, CA No offer made No consider February 12, 2019 ( )
7 “Lyles BBQ” Lexington, KY $100,000 for 65% of Mall location and new business opportunities, plus son of owners given job with Lemonis’ company deal February 19, 2019 ( )
8 “Snowdays” New York City, NY $300,000 for 50% of the business cope February 26, 2019 ( )
9 “FEAT Socks” Los Angeles, CA No offer made. Lemonis wanted to test out the owners’ marketing skills with a concept called ‘Marcus Lemonis Community’, but were eventually dismissed. No deal March 5, 2019 ( )
10 “SmithFly” Troy, OH $1,000,000 for 50% of the business deal March 12, 2019 ( )
11 “Handi Products” Libertyville, IL $1,000,000 for 15% of the business and an option to invest another $1,000,000 for 15% within 4 years hand March 19, 2019 ( )

Season 7 ( 2019–20 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date
1 “Dante’s” Rockaway, NJ $30,000 loan to be repaid whenever the owner of the business felt comfortable. conduct November 5, 2019 ( )
2 “CocoTaps” Las Vegas, NV $100,000 down payment for exclusive taps distribution license in Florida, contingent on utility patent being issued. Utility patent was denied 4 times and Vinny hid it from Marcus. No deal November 12, 2019 ( )
3 “Skinny Latina” Daytona Beach, FL $200,000 for 40% of the business in partnership with another investor. deal November 19, 2019 ( )
4 “Polar Bear Coolers” Atlanta, GA $540,000 revolving line of credit (5% interest) for 25% equity. cover November 26, 2019 ( )
5 “Macaron Queen” Atlanta, GA Five tier investment, each tier is $100,000 for 10% of the business. deal December 3, 2019 ( )
6 “Hatbox & Ramp” Austin, TX & Park City, UT No offer for Hatbox, $1,250,000 for 33% of Ramp No consider December 10, 2019 ( )
7 “Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix” Las Vegas, NV Funding for real estate purchase No share December 17, 2019 ( )
8 “First Look: Mississippi River Cleanup” Grafton, IL TBA TBA January 7, 2020 ( )
9 “Floodtown” TBA TBA TBA January 21, 2020 ( )
10 “B Sweet” Los Angeles, CA $250,000 for 50% of the beverage part of the business. deal January 28, 2020 ( )
11 “Cover your Hide” Los Angeles, CA $115,000 for 50% of the business under the condition to rename the company (renamed from Lumillamingus to Lumilla) deal February 11, 2020 ( )
12 “Who’s the Big Cheese” New York City, NY $125,000 for one third of the Ideal Cheese Shop company as a preferred investor. The deal was later restructured and Lemonis investment became a loan. manage February 18, 2020 ( )
13 “A Crash Course in Van Life” Los Angeles, CA No Offer No deal February 25, 2020 ( )

Season 8 ( 2021 ) [edit ]

Episode Title Location Original Offer Outcome Air Date
1 “Mo Honey, Mo Problems” Salt Lake City, UT $1,050,000 ($650,000 cash, $400,000 letter of credit to vendor) for 25% of the business cover August 10, 2021 ( )
2 “Any Way You Slice It” Santa Monica, CA $20,000 loan that the owner agreed to pay back $30,000 deal August 17, 2021 ( )
3 “Checks and Balances” Los Angeles, CA $200,000 for 20% of the business deal August 24, 2021 ( )
4 “Sweet Dreams Are Made of This” Salt Lake City, UT $50,000 for 10% of the business deal August 31, 2021 ( )
5 “Who’s the Boss?” Petaluma, CA $300,000 for 25% of the business No deal September 7, 2021 ( )
6 “A New Leash of Life” Draper, UT $500,000 for 50% of the business deal September 14, 2021 ( )
7 “Claws and Effect” Brooklyn, NY $100,000 for 10% of the business manage September 21, 2021 ( )
8 “Raise the Roof” Cedar City, UT $1,000,000 for 30% of the business deal September 28, 2021 ( )

air [edit ]

In Australia, the series airs on A & E. [ 97 ] In Netherlands, the series airs on RTL Z. In Brazil, the series airs on History Channel and on Band. In Portugal, the series airs on SIC Radical. In Romania, the serial airs on Digi Life. In New Zealand, the series airs on Bravo .

Controversies [edit ]

Will Yakowicz of Inc. described the picture as embodying “ the american faith in irregular chances and reinvention ” in a 2018 article discussing the aftermaths of Lemonis ‘s investments. Yakowicz, however, argued that the most successful businesses had already been in a healthy fiscal stipulate. Mr. Green Tea ( from season one ), for example, made $ 1.2 million in gross the year before Lemonis invested in it. early businessowners interviewed by Yakowicz alleged that Lemonis acted “ more like a callous individual fairness investor than a small-business savior ” and accused him of exploiting them for entertainment purposes. Inc. obtained a copy of the picture ‘s shrink, which included the use of obscure cameras and warnings that the production caller may “ portray [ a ] company ” that appears on the show “ in a false light. ” [ 98 ] multiple businessowners besides filed lawsuits against Lemonis and the product company. These included Michael and Kathleen Ference, the owners of Big Fat Greek Gyro from season two. The Ferences alleged Lemonis never paid them the promise $ 350,000 in substitution for 55 % of the business. During the sequence, the restaurant was renamed to The Simple Greek. The simpleton Greek, however, operated as a disjoined party controlled by Lemonis with no affair from the Ferences. In a statement to Courthouse News Service, Lemonis described The simple Greek as “ a brand new concept that I created ” and added that “ I do n’t barely create a concept and then fair hand it over to people for doing nothing. ” [ 99 ] Nicholas Goureau and Stephanie Menkin, the owners of Courage.B ( besides from temper two ), filed a separate lawsuit against Lemonis. The couple alleged that Lemonis defrauded them and saddled their company with debt. Courage.B was folded into another company controlled entirely by Lemonis. [ 100 ] Over fifty dollar bill businesses late joined Goureau and Menkin ‘s lawsuit. Lemonis described the become as “ a expansive shake down from people who are not entitled to anything. ” [ 101 ]

Fans of the indicate besides purportedly harassed businessowners who did not do a batch with Lemonis on sociable media. This harassment led to death threats in some instances. [ 98 ]

See besides [edit ]

References [edit ]

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