The hit show Undercover Boss has had its first casualty. Itâ€™s common for Bravo to have its stars suffering from embarrassingly public financial woes â€“ in fact, it seems like thatâ€™s almost a prerequisite at times! But not the heart tugging Sunday night CBS hit. Unfortunately, tragedy has struck a hotel franchise featured on one of the episodes.
CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss hits the sky on this weekâ€™s episode, featuring Bryan Bedford, the CEO of Frontier Airlines parent company Republic Airways. The practically bald CEO had to wear a toupee, put on a flight attendant’s uniform, and hit the ground running. And in the process, like other CEO’s in the past, he learned a thing or two about himself. Keep reading to find out more!
Undercover Boss flies the friendly skies on this weekâ€™s hit CBS show. Bryan Bedford, chief executive of Frontier Airlines parent company, Republic Airways, went under cover as Richard, sporting a bad hairpiece, dorky glasses and a smile.
CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss went high tech this episode when Mike White, CEO of DIRECTV went undercover to find out what makes his company click, and what doesnâ€™t compute. DIRECTV is America’s largest satellite TV service, worth 23 billion dollars. Did Mike White keep up with his hardworking employees or did he burn out like a bad cable box?
CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss was the most well received reality show of last year. Its ratings were through the roof and everyone seemed to tune in to see how all those clueless CEOâ€™s would do walking in the shoes of their far less paid employees. But are people watching the show because it’s so awesome or just totally annoying?
CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss is set to air an all new episode this Sunday featuring DIRECTV CEO Mike White. Do you ever wonder just why these powerful men and lately, women, desire to do the show? In the ever changing world of unscripted television, no one can ever anticipate how it might turn out, so what is the impetus for these quasi-private people to air out their businesses dirty laundry for the world to see? Keep reading to find out.
CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss breaks the mold in tonight’s episode by featuring for the first time ever, a female CEO. Kim Schaefer is CEO of Great Wolfe Resorts, North Americaâ€™s largest family of indoor water park resorts. Ever the workaholic, Kim joined Great Wolfe Resorts after college, and 19 years later, runs the place. Her hubby Dave, on the other hand, is a stay at home dad to their two teenage kids. Kim travels a lot and loves her career nearly as much as her family. She knows she misses out on things and worries that sheâ€™s not there for her kids as much as she needs to be, but she cannot compromise her job. Will her week undercover, walking in the shoes of those who have it a lot harder, make her see life differently? Keep reading to find out!
Tonight, on the CBS hit show, Undercover Boss, get ready to see something you’ve never seen before. For the first time ever, the traditionally male centric show will feature a woman CEO! Keep reading for more!
On this week’s episode of CBS’s hit show Undercover Boss, things get a little stinky for Kim Schaefer, CEO of Great Wolf Resorts Inc., a company that owns, among other things, water parks where kids poop in the pool. Being the new girl, Schaefer got stuck on diaper duty and had to go clean up a toddlers “accident” in the water. Of course, the CBS camera crews were there to capture it all for viewers at home. Read on for more!