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American Greed

American Greed
Genre Documentary
Narrated by Stacy Keach
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 8
Producer(s) Kurtis Productions
Location(s) Chicago, Illinois
Original channel CNBC
Original run June 21, 2007 – Present
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American Greed, also called American Greed: Scams, Scoundrels, And Suckers and American Greed: Scams, Schemes, And Broken Dreams, is a weekly American "true crime" television documentary series aired on CNBC. The program is narrated by Stacy Keach Jr. and produced by Kurtis Productions.

The program focuses on the stories behind some of the biggest corporate and white collar crimes in recent U.S. history; examples include WorldCom, HealthSouth and Tyco International. In addition, stories about common financial crimes that affect scores of everyday citizens (Ponzi schemes, real estate and other investment frauds; bank robbery, identity theft, medical fraud, embezzlement, insurance fraud, murder-for-hire, art theft, credit card fraud and money laundering) are also featured.

Other topics have included the story behind Nevada's infamous mafia) earn money. In season four, the show covered stories including high-profile cases such as Raffaello Follieri, Marcus Schrenker, and Sholam Weiss.


The show began airing its eighth season in March 2014.

It has also created a spin-off series called American Greed: The Fugitives; this focuses on white-collar criminals who have not been brought to justice yet.


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