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"Filthy Riches" (TV show) is a reality docu-series on National Geographic Channel that travels the country with industrious Americans who prove they're not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty in order to make a living.

A very unconventional workplace exists just outside of the busy cities and suburbs, in the great American wild. But only a select few know exactly where to look and how to support themselves and their families by heading out into the wilderness. Whether it's digging wild ginseng in a Kentucky holler or wrangling eels from white water, these men and women are willing to lace up their boots, spill a little blood and work their fingers to the bone.

This series tromps into the wild with blue-collar pioneers who shirked conventional 9-to-5 careers to make their living in the deep rivers, soggy mudflats and wild backwoods of America.

Eels, mushrooms, ginseng, bloodworms and burls are important natural resources. Their harvesting goes back many generations and is now subject to federal, state and local laws. Sunrise to sunset, this tenacious group of entrepreneurs must rely on their own strength and determination to take on the open wilderness and make their living on "Filthy Riches."

"Filthy Riches" is produced by Half Yard Productions for National Geographic Channel. For Half Yard Productions, executive producers are Greg Smith, Abby Greensfelder and Sean Gallagher. For National Geographic Channel, executive producers are Brian Skope and Kathleen Cromley; vice president of production & development is Kevin Mohs; senior vice president, production & development is Noel Siegel; executive vice president of programming and strategy is Heather Moran; and president is Howard T. Owens.


Network: National Geographic Channel
Genre: Reality
Premiere Date: April 20, 2014
Seasons: 1

Jim Campbell and Andy Johns in "Filthy Riches" 'Filthy Riches' Dives into the Mud and Crud — Premiering Sunday, April 20, the new NGC series travels the country with blue-collar pioneers who prove they're not afraid to roll up their sleeves and get their hands dirty in order to make a living. Read more...

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