CNBC's longest-running primetime original series, "American Greed" takes you inside the amazing real-life stories of how some people will do anything for money. The award-winning series is narrated by legendary actor Stacy Keach.
The Bar Girls Trap
Russian gangsters use beautiful women to seduce amorous men in nightclubs out of their money and jewelry. (Original air date: 5/19/16)
A Mother's Costly Revenge
A financial fraudster seeks deadly revenge after being placed behind bars for propositioning his assistant's daughter. (Original air date: 4/21/2016)
The Surfer Slayer
A man, appearing to be nothing more than a wealthy surfer, allegedly commits murder and robs an armored car, leading the FBI on a chase spanning multiple states. (Original air date: 4/7/2016)
Black Gold Bust
Phony oil tycoon Gary Milby guarantees gushers of money to investors from his Kentucky oil wells. (Original air date 7/31/2015)
The Lawyer Lies
An Indianapolis attorney helps desperate families recover money after serious injuries cost them dearly, but pockets the winnings of widows and orphans. (Original air date 7/31/2015)
In Harm's Way
A US Military contractor loots his company of $190 million and goes on a wild spending spree, including a reported $10 million party for his teenage daughter and a $100,000 diamond-encrusted belt buckle. (Original air date 7/31/15)
Stacy Keach is the BEST
Don’t ever retire Stacy. We love you!!!!!!!!
Like show but what the heck?
In the show about young Miami bar girls who were tricked to coming to the US and held here with threats of no return plane ticket plus made to sleep with the bar owner, why are they referred to as "apex predators"?
Yes, these girls were instructed to scam men, but the show is clear they are victims.
Victims and at the same time apex predators? How out of touch can this show/pod get? I normally love it, but this is an epic misjudgment.