Suze Orman to end show on CNBC
Suze Orman is certainly one of my favorite if not most entertaining financial guru on TV. “The Suze Orman Show” final days are upon us on CNBC and will be ending in March. The financial diva is developing a new show called “Money Wars” with Telepictures, a production company that specializes in syndicated shows like “Ellen” and “TMZ on TV.”
Telepictures says the new show will have a five-day-a-week format, with Orman settling financial arguments between family members and friends similar to “People’s Court”. Telepictures is under the parent company of Time Warner which also owns CNN. We can only hope she does something similar to the “Can I Afford It” segment or does a Youtube show for that.
“The Suze Orman Show” has been a mainstay of CNBC’s schedule since 2002 and is the business channel’s highest-rated show on the weekend. She has been a honorable role model for the entire LGBT community. Check out some of our older posts about Suze including one about her Prepaid Card, Coming Out, and her Protection Portfolio. Here are some our favorite videos of her: