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"Money Talks" (TV show) is a reality docu-soap series on CNBC.

The series follows Steve Stevens, a sports handicapper who runs VIP Sports out of Las Vegas. The self-proclaimed "Michael Jordan" of sports handicapping, Stevens claims his picks are right over 60% of the time. Each episode follows Stevens and his agents who sell their picks to gamblers looking for any kind of edge. From small-time bettors to big-time whales who can wager as much as six figures on a single game. This is a world built on high risk, high emotions and high rewards. But in a city like Vegas, with distractions and every imaginable vice, Stevens needs to keep his agents focused on building new business while he entertains big time bettors who come with big bankrolls and even bigger expectations.

The show also follows Stevens in his personal life. And when he isn't closing deals or entertaining his clients, he is known by his given name, Darin Notaro. He grew up in Vegas and after years of overindulging in the fast-paced Vegas lifestyle ... and a couple of short stints in prison ... Notaro is trying to build a more traditional life with his girlfriend Kelly, her two kids and a brand new baby boy.

"Money Talks" is produced by All3Media America in association with Turn Left Productions and Lost Tribe Productions. Stephen Lambert, Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Todd Crites, Jackson Nguyen and Myles Reiff serve as executive producers. Jim Ackerman is executive producer for CNBC.

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Network: CNBC
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: March 19, 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Companies:
All3 Media America
Turn Left Productions
Lost Tribe Productions

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