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Billionaire Glenn Stearns hits the streets of Erie, PA, determined to conceive and grow another million-dollar business from scratch in just 90 days.

Billionaire Glenn Sterns hits a breaking point that sends him to the hospital and threatens to shut down his mission to identify a new business and grow it to a $1-million valuation in just 90 days.

When Glenns business idea runs into a major roadblock, he pivots to a new plan with even bigger potential. To fund his new company, Glenn gambles all the money hes earned so far on his biggest money-making scheme yet.

Billionaire Glenn Stearns goes undercover in Erie, Pennsylvania, to see if he can make a million-dollar company in just 90 days.

Returning to the drawing board, Glenn must convince his unpaid team to stay.

The Underdog BBQ team races to prepare for their opening day, but when Glenn accidentally reveals his true identity to a team member, it puts the entire business and the bet in jeopardy.

The Underdog BBQ team races to prepare for their opening day, but when Glenn accidentally reveals his true identity to a team member, it puts the entire business and the bet in jeopardy.

Billionaire Glenn Stearns hits the streets of Erie, PA, determined to conceive and grow another million-dollar business from scratch in just 90 days.

Billionaire Glenn Sterns hits a breaking point that sends him to the hospital and threatens to shut down his mission to identify a new business and grow it to a $1-million valuation in just 90 days.

When Glenns business idea runs into a major roadblock, he pivots to a new plan with even bigger potential. To fund his new company, Glenn gambles all the money hes earned so far on his biggest money-making scheme yet.

Billionaire Glenn Stearns goes undercover in Erie, Pennsylvania, to see if he can make a million-dollar company in just 90 days.

Returning to the drawing board, Glenn must convince his unpaid team to stay.

The Underdog BBQ team races to prepare for their opening day, but when Glenn accidentally reveals his true identity to a team member, it puts the entire business and the bet in jeopardy.

The Underdog BBQ team races to prepare for their opening day, but when Glenn accidentally reveals his true identity to a team member, it puts the entire business and the bet in jeopardy.

Love it. Husband and I cant miss an episode. Love to see how experienced billionaire meets challenges, from living in his truck and raising money through hustle and hard work. Along the way, he assembles his business team. He takes advantage of available assistance, such as the local small business development center. One key is how he treats each team member with respect. Love this show.

Even if its acting, the ideas was nice and the sense of Urgency to do something ,the things he was doing to find out the opportunity was nice . The risk he took to prove them wrong was nice.

Not only am I hooked week after week. I cant stop talking about it to all my friends and family. This is such a fascinating show. While there are a lot of loopholes in using this to determine (or prove) that the American Dream is alive, it is completely fascinating to see a billionaire humble himself down below the common man and see if he still has it. I think this would be a great show to continue with many other billionaires, if for no other reason than to expose them to real life. You can really see how this is changing Glenn Stearns. I hope he takes these eye opening experiences back home to his business and employees.

Does not look fake to me. I believe its genuine. What I cant stand is being treated like an idiot with a full recap after EVERY commercial break. Why is this a thing these days? HATE that. But after a few episodes, I like the show overall. Just have to fast forward past the stupid recap. I especially like the business principles it lays out throughout each episode.

Totally fake and reality T.V. is once again anything but reality. Working for free for a billionaire because he has a fake name and a camera following him around.

Sooo faked and not in a way it might look like hes trying.