Money Court

EXCLUSIVE: There was numerous concentrate on the truth that Jay Leno’s Garage was canceled by CNBC on Thursday, nevertheless it seems the rubber has met the highway on the manager entrance as properly.

The cancellation, which additionally included Money Court, hosted by Kevin O’Leary and Bethenny Frankel, is a part of a swath of adjustments introduced in by CNBC President KC Sullivan.

The information community is transferring out of authentic, primetime leisure programming and Deadline understands that the 2 execs that oversaw it — Denise Contis and Timothy Kuryak – will exit as a part of the restructure, together with different execs throughout capabilities together with advertising.

It will concentrate on repeats of exhibits like Shark Tank, Undercover Boss and American Greed.

While originals have by no means been the primary focus of the community, Jay Leno’s Garage ran for seven seasons and practically 90 episodes, Money Court has aired since 2021 and final 12 months it aired Business Hunters, exec produced by Mark Burnett, and No Retreat: Business Bootcamp, which featured Spartan’s Joe De Sena.

Contis was EVP and Head of Content for CNBC Primetime and helped develop audiences for these exhibits on the community. She joined in September 2019, having beforehand been at Discovery Channel, the place she oversaw sequence such because the Gold Rush

and Deadliest Catch franchises.

Deadline understands that NBCUniversal is in talks with Contis about different inside alternatives.

Kuryak was govt producer at CNBC Prime, the place he EPed Money Court in addition to No Retreat: Business Bootcamp.

It’s a blow for the unscripted manufacturing neighborhood – these exhibits have been produced by corporations together with MGM, Banijay’s 51 Minds and Anvil 1893.

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