The Profit Season 6

Release Date, Episode Guide

The Profit season 6 started airing on Tuesday, December 4, 2018. Series returns with new episodes on Jun 18, 2019. Subscribe below for season Six fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Jun 18, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S6E1 NYC Bagel Deli

S6E2 Queork

S6E3 Santa's Toys

S6E4 Ben's Garden

S6E5 After the Casery

S6E6 Jackie's Cookie Connection

S6E7 Lyle's BBQ

S6E8 Snowdays

S6E9 Feat Socks

S6E10 Smithfly Designs

S6E11 Handi Products

S6E12 No Deal!

most recent episode S6E13 My Roots

next episode S6E14 Asl Signs

How many episodes are in season 6 of The Profit?

The season consists of 14 episodes. The second half to premiere on Tuesday, June 18, 2019.


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CNBC's The Profit in Marijuana Country Explores California's Emerald Triangle - via Newcannabisventures

While his second show exploring the cannabis industry doesn’t have the same focus on scalable businesses as his first one, kudos to Marcus Lemonis and CNBC for their timely look at California’s cannabis industry at this critical time.

(VIDEO) CNBC Show 'The Profit' Comes to 'The Marijuana Capital of America' (Guess Where That Is) - via Lostcoastoutpost

On Tuesday night the CNBC program “The Profit,” which follows the CEO of a multibillion-dollar corporation as he scours the country for investment opportunities while saying grandiose shit in a dramatic voice, will air an episode about — you guessed it — our own weed industry.

Watch Englewood Entrepreneur, 13, On Primetime Series - via Englewood

“A cookie company owned by a 13-year-old entrepreneur and his mother faces serious growing pains. Cory’s mother struggles to trust anyone and is resistant to change. This had led to missed opportunities in recipe development and retail expansion. If Marcus can’t get this young CEO up to speed and earn his mother’s trust, this cookie company will crumble.”

Monica Potter's struggling home goods store featured on CNBC's 'The Profit' - via Cleveland

A preview of the episode shows Lemonis walking into the store for the first time and finding it in disarray. He describes it as "sensory overload" and lacking focus. "It looks like you basically buy stuff and put your sticker on it," the straight-shooting Lemonis says. "Is there a buying plan?"

CNBC's 'The Profit' Impressed by Denim Company's Dedication to Detroit - via Deadlinedetroit

At a Detroit-based denim business, the jeans are stiff . . . and so are the owners. One of them stamps out any idea that isn't his own, while another obsesses about the smallest of details. The third cares only about his own pay out.

Fan Buzz

Sell adverts for it... This show is great, i love diving into each story and getting to see how the businesses improve. The show should be longer and the viewer should be respected a bit more. Now that I have have enjoyed the slick, thorough and fast-faced, step by brilliant step methods for getting things done on The Profit. Often stupid rhetoric viewers are asked to endure on "Shark Tank".


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