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9 Best TV Shows For Entrepreneurs & Leaders in 2017

| Published on August 31, 2017

9 Best TV Shows For Entrepreneurs & Leaders

Are you fond of watching TV Series? Are you addicted of sitting on a couch while munching on your snacks with your eyes set on your television screens? Then there is a good news for you all! Below are the 9 best TV shows for entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs.

A book or anyone can’t teach you better, the way television can nowadays. With technology creeping in, vision and sound together can teach toughest lessons of marketing in an easy way. And a TV drama is always created to give some messages or motivate you. No doubt nowadays one can learn about marketing and entrepreneurship by just a click on the remote.

So here we list for you some such 9 best TV shows for entrepreneurs & leaders that will be perfect for you. Watch out they can be on your favorite list already:

1. Shark Tank

It is an American reality television series that was first aired on ABC 2009. It shows aspiring entrepreneur-contestants as they make business presentations to a panel of investors, who then choose whether or not to invest. Presently they are airing the ninth season of the show. In the show, the Entrepreneurs do keep forward their ideas and plans and it’s all about a meeting between them and the businessman called Sharks. The Sharks are paid for an appearance in the show but the money they invest if they love an idea is of their own. The entrepreneur can make a deal on the show if a panel member is interested. However, if all of the panel members aren’t, the entrepreneur leaves empty-handed.

2. Planet Of The Apps

It is broadcasted on Apple Music. In each episode software makers have 60 seconds to bring their ideas in front of the judges Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Gary Vaynerchuk. It’s all about to help new software developers and app creators with funding and perfect motivation. It was first aired on June 2017.

3. The New Celebrity Apprentice

It has recently featured its eighth season and the season saw the debut of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Did you know the former host of the show was Donald Trump? Well, he had to leave for his new political campaigns. If a candidate fails they are now terminated and instead of sending them back in a cab, Arnold says them ‘Get a Chopper!’ Warren Buffett, Tyra Banks, Steve Ballmer, Jessica Alba and Patrick M. Knapp Schwarzenegger, former The Apprentice winner Leeza Gibbons, celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito, Extra co-host Tracey Edmonds, The Biggest Loser host Bob Harper, YouTube star iJustine, and “Moola” CEO Gemma Godfrey are the advisors in the show.

4. Billions

Currently, it showcases the third season. The show is based on the activities of the crusading federal prosecutor of financial crimes Preet Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and his legal battles with fund manager Steve Cohen of S.A.C. Capital Advisors.

5. Silicon Valley

Now if you are waiting for a comedy series then this is the one! The story is about six young men who founded a startup company in Silicon Valley. It was first aired on 2014 and currently on its fourth season. What happens when a big head, an Entrepreneur, a college dropout, a network engineer, a talented programmer, a billionaire founder meet? You will have to watch to find out!

6. Billion Dollar Buyer

A reality show showcasing American business owner, Tilman Fertitta, CEO and owner of Landry’s, Inc. They travel around and small business owners try to impress them to get a deal of their life. If he is not impressed then he gives advice to them and the contestants are given time to take that advice and present again.

7. Small Business Revolution

An eight episode series, it awards a $500,000 to the best ideas. Shark Tank host Robert Herjavec joined business service firm Deluxe to mentor small businesses in Wabash, Indiana. This time the locations will be changed.

8. The Deuce

A drama series that is set in New York. It is all about the legalization and rise of the porn industry in New York in the 1970s. It covers the drug epidemic and impacts related to it that led to increase in real estate business.

9. Superior Donuts

The first season of Superior Donuts was premiered in February 2017. It’s about donut shop owner Arthur Przybyszewski (Judd Hirsch), his new employee, Franco Wicks (Jermaine Fowler), and the shop’s various patrons. With the business falling its all about suggestions to keep it upright!

So what are you waiting for? Go and watch these and get ideas for future!

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