A motley group of London con artists pull of a series of daring and intricate stings.
The Real Hustle was a BBC television series demonstrating magic tricks, distraction scams and proposition bets performed on members of the public by Conran and Wilson with "sexy swindler" Jessica-Jane Clement. From series 10, entitled "New Recruits", Jazz Lintott and Polly Parsons joined the hustlers.
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Explore the social and professional lives of some of Brooklyn’s most sought after and influential personalities- from up and coming hip-hop artists to internationally known DJs to one of RocNation's protégé's.
Host John Henry follows entrepreneurs struggling to take their dreams to the next level.
T.I., the Grammy Award-winning artist, is reunited with his wife, Tameka (a.k.a) Tiny, and his children following a 12 month prison sentence that was completed several months ago.
Chef Lawrence seeks to step up the soul food game at The Pink Tea Cup. But staff drama, jealousy, power struggles and love triangles get in his way.
Real Hustle is a television program aired on truTV since 2008. The show demonstrates confidence tricks and other scams performed on members of the public. The program shows ways in which people can be scammed out of substantial amounts of money with relatively little effort. The ultimate goal is to educate the viewer on various scams. Victims, called Marks, are informed of the tricks afterwards. It is the American version of the BBC program of a slightly different name, The Real Hustle.
T.I. is recruiting fresh new talent to join his Grand Hustle Team. 16 entrepreneurs from all walks of life will have the opportunity to compete for a $100K prize
Meet your new history teachers, snooker legend Ronnie O'Sullivan and sports broadcaster Matt Smith, as they cross the pond to explore America’s 300 year history with the game of pool. The real-life mates travel the US to hunt down America’s most notorious pool hustlers while meeting a few characters along the way
T.I. and Tiny are joined by a roster of friends as they navigate life -- and most importantly, keep family first. While their large blended family is along for the ride, T.I. and Tiny also surround themselves with friends Toya Wright, Reginae Carter, Monica Brown, LeToya Luckett and Tommicus Walker as they share loyalty and love, and support one another in their personal lives and careers.
What does it take to spot a pop genius? To break a global act, to book a million-selling tour or reunite music legends to great acclaim - and huge profits? In this series, three music industry insiders reveal how the business really works.
Star Gazers is a five-minute astronomy show on American public television previously hosted by Jack Foley Horkheimer, executive director of the Miami Space Transit Planetarium. After his death in 2010 from a respiratory illness from which he'd suffered since childhood, a series of guest astronomers hosted until 2011, when Dean Regas, James Albury and Marlene Hidalgo became permanent co-hosts. On the weekly program, the host informs the viewer of significant astronomical events for the upcoming week, including key constellations, stars and planets, lunar eclipses and conjunctions, as well as historical and scientific information about these events. The program is available free to all Public Broadcasting Service public television stations, educational institutions and astronomy clubs. A month of episodes can be recorded from a satellite feed which occurs approximately two weeks before the official broadcast dates.
NBA superstar LeBron James and longtime friend and business partner Maverick Carter give four aspiring local entrepreneurs the chance to realize their dreams while also helping to revitalize a neighborhood in Cleveland.
Ultimate Hustler was an American reality show broadcast on Black Entertainment Television. The show featured Damon Dash training 16 ordinary people to become a "hustler" and make money. Based on its premise, the show has been described as a hip-hop version of The Apprentice. People claim that the show was stolen from two up-and-coming producers, John Coleman and John Rhodes. The pair recently filed a lawsuit against Dash, BET, Damon Dash Music Group, Dash Films and Huck Films. The program was first broadcast on October 4, 2005, with the final episode on December 13, 2005, with Brian Rikuda winning the top prize.