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Finding Escobar's Millions

Finding Escobar's Millions is American Documentary TV series. Created by Douglas Laux. Stars: Douglas Laux, Ben Smith, Paul Bauman. Also known as Los millones de Escobar in Spain. It premiered on Nov 03, 2017, on Discovery Channel. The series has 4.0 * rating by IMDb.


How Many Seasons Are There Of Finding Escobar's Millions: 1 (6 episodes)

Season 2

Discovery Channel

Season 1

Season premieres on November 3, 2017

Discovery Channel, 6 episodes

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Finding Escobar's Millions Episode Time

Finding Escobar's Millions is on Discovery Channel (United States) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E6 (The X) - Air Date: Dec 08, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Pablo's Submarines: Sneak Peek at Finding Escobar's Millions 105 - TVOvermind - according to Tvovermind

The series follows Doug Laux and Ben Smith, former CIA operations officers who served multiple tours throughout the Middle East, as they set out to find drug lord Pablo Escobar’s alleged buried masses of his estimated multi-billion-dollar fortune all over Colombia. Legends say the vast majority of it has never been found. With never-before-granted access and permission in Colombia, Ben and Doug dive deep into the country and meet up with some of the most infamous and dangerous members of Escobar’s inner circle.

Finding Escobar's Millions Doesn't Dig Deep Enough Into the Influence of Its Infamous Subject :: TV :: Features :: Finding Escobar's Millions :: Paste - Paste Magazine - per Pastemagazine

I’m not sure if you already know this, but being a spy isn’t always exciting. Looking for caches of, well, cash, in an area twice the size of Texas is also not always exciting. Television assumes that, as Americans, you will inherently be excited by the concept of money, especially ill-gotten money buried in the ground waiting to be dug up by anyone with the moxie and knowhow to find it. Television also assumes you have a shorter attention span than that squirrel I mentioned, so every commercial break in this show is bracketed with recaps of what happened before that ad for Domino’s Pizza.

Five Things You Didn't Know about "Finding Escobar's Millions" - TVOvermind - according to Tvovermind

Unsurprisingly, there are always going to be complications during a search for supposed treasure. However, one of the most interesting complications that comes up for the searchers is Escobar’s popularity in certain parts of Colombia. While Escobar and his cartel were one of the chief causes of soaring crime rates in Colombia throughout that period of time, Escobar was known to cultivate good relations with the poor by building housing as well as other important infrastructure for them. One of the news releases for Finding Escobar’s Millions has already revealed that the searchers had to scale back their search at one location because they had drawn too much attention from the locals living in a neighborhood called Barrio Escobar.

Friday cable ratings: 'Bring It!' returns, 'Finding Escobar's Millions' dips - TV by the Numbers - via Tvbythenumbers

Lifetime’s “Bring It!” returned from its break as well and managed to rake in a 0.3 for itself, slightly less than the 0.4 that its last episode had scored back in April. On A&E, though, “Live PD” managed to hold steady with another 0.6, while The Discovery Channel’s “Finding Escobar’s Millions” fell one-tenth from a 0.4 to a 0.3 this time around.


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