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  1. Peacock Productions Jumps With Brian Banks Into...Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Deadline

    ... project among the 100 Best Reality Series Tapping Into The Serial Podcast Success. Last month, for instance, Undercover Boss producer Studio Lambert/All3Media announced it had teamed with former detective James Trainum, who served as a consultant on ...


  2. How Successful Entrepreneurs Conquer Jet LagRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Fast Company

    ... grounded. On top of business as usual, he had the unique experience of filming a reality TV show in 2013, Undercover Boss , for which he'd land in a new location on an opposite coast, with little rest in between, and be ready for the camera. "I was ...


  3. Jane Turton Named CEO of Production Firm All3MediaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hollywood Reporter

    ... team, led by Turton, and creative autonomy. All3Media's shows include Skins and Midsomer Murders , Undercover Boss and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares . It has most recently had a big hit with BBC Two historical drama Wolf Hall , starring Damian Lewis . ...


  4. 'Undercover Boss: Vivint' recap reviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Examiner.com

    In last night's CBS episode of " Undercover Boss ," Todd Pedersen, CEO of Vivint, went on a mission to observe the inner workings of his company. Based in Utah, Vivint is a company that offers security systems for homes.


  5. Could 'series finale' faux pas be Freudian slip?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | NWAonline

    ... reruns of their usual Sunday lineups, but CBS has some original counter-programming in the works instead of Undercover Boss and CSI (which had its season finale last week). Note: During the Feb. 10 episode of NCIS , CBS accidentally promoted last ...


  6. Vivint Boss Goes 'Undercover'Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | Utah Business

    There's something a little strange about seeing yourself on the big screen, said Vivint founder and CEO Todd Pedersen. Pedersen was the subject of Friday's "Undercover Boss" on CBS, which was viewed by around 12 million people.


  7. 'Blue Bloods' Ratings Hit High, 'SNL 40'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Deadline

    'Blue Bloods' Ratings Hit High, 'SNL 40' Encore Gives NBC Big Lift, 'Shark Tank' Rises As ABC Wins Night In Demo The last Friday of February sweep was good for the Tom Selleck-led cop family drama, good for Undercover Boss ' Season 6 finale, good for ABC and a very good indication of the staying power of SNL 40 . While everyone else had originals on last night, NBC filled its entire primetime with an encore of the live February 15 comedy superstar packed special and proceeded to score it's best non-sports Friday results among adults 18-49 since the premieres of Grimm and the now cancelled Dracula on October 25, 2013.


  8. This weekend on TV: The Oscars and a Utahn on - Undercover Boss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... edition of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" (10:35 p.m., ABC/Ch. 4). A Utah headlines a reality show on Friday night. "Undercover Boss" (7 p.m., CBS/Ch. 2) features Todd Pedersen, CEO and founder of Utah-based Vivint, Inc. "Hart of Dixie" (7 p.m., CW/Ch. 30): ...


  9. How Going 'Undercover' Made Me a Better BossRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... -- not as the CEO, but as a regular guy. I recently had the opportunity to participate in the hit CBS show Undercover Boss (premiering Feb. 20) and examine the inner workings of my smart home technology company, Vivint. I spent a week working with ...


  10. Friday's TV Highlights: 'American Masters' on KOCERead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Los Angeles Times

    Undercover Boss The show's sixth season concludes with the CEO of a home-protection technology company facing challenges out in the field. 8 p.m. CBS Hart of Dixie With the birth of their baby getting closer, Zoe and Wade debate how ready - or not ready - they are to become parents in this new episode.


  11. Peduto gets new donations for workers featured on 'Undercover Boss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | WPXI

    Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto hopes to put the controversy surrounding his appearance on the TV reality show "Undercover Boss" behind him after getting new donations for workers featured on the episode. "It wasn't very hard to raise the money.


  12. TV listings: Friday, Feb. 20, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | The Washington Post

    FINALE WATCH : Amidst doubts about its staying power and multiple controversies , "Undercover Boss" wraps up its sixth season with the chief executive of Vivint, a solar energy company, going undercover. SERIES PREMIERE : A spinoff from the network's "Preachers of L.A.," "Preachers of Detroit" focuses on seven male and female ministers and their lives in and out of the pulpit in Detroit.


  13. New Lozada's Cafe is inspired by 'Undercover Boss' episodeRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 19 | The Orlando Sentinel

    ... Cafe located in downtown Orlando. (Red Huber, Orlando Sentinel) When Efrain Lozada appeared on TV's "Undercover Boss" five years ago, Subway exec Don Fertman noted the young Orlando restaurant manager had a bright future in the business. Lozada ran ...


  14. Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen to appear on 'Undercover Boss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Deseret News

    When Vivint Inc. founder and CEO Todd Pedersen was invited to appear on CBS's "Undercover Boss," he had a couple of concerns. First, Pedersen doesn't like being filmed.


  15. TV picks for Feb. 20-22:  "Undercover Boss," "Preachers of Detroit," the OscarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Star Tribune

    Prepare for the complexities of "Hot Tub Time Machine 2," opening in theaters this weekend, by boning up on Albert Einstein theories - or simply rewatch 2010's "Hot Tube Time Machine" with John Cusack and Rob Corddry. 6:45 p.m. Friday, Comedy Central "Undercover Boss" comes to Minnesota as Todd Pedersen, the founder of Vivint, a residential security company, visits a St. Paul monitoring center in disguise.


  16. Vivint boss goes undercoverRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Security Systems News

    PROVO, Utah-Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen's incognito stint on "Undercover Boss" prompted him to make some "tweaks" in his business, he said. The reality show on CBS will air Feb. 20. Pedersen, who spoke with Security Systems News before the broadcast, was unable to provide details because of CBS restrictions, but he did say the experience was beneficial to him as head of the residential security company.


  17. VisitPittsburgh off hook for additional $25K for 'Undercover Boss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Business Journal

    Mayor Bill Peduto has withdrawn his request for another $25,000 from VisitPittsburgh for funds used in last December's "Undercover Boss" episode.


  18. Take It From a Cupcake Maker: True Entrepreneurs Are Comfortable Being UncomfortableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... have to get to the point where we just run our race against no one but ourselves. When Gigi Butler went on Undercover Boss , she couldn't have guessed the bad behavior that was going on at some of her Gigi's Cupcakes locations, nor how vulnerable ...


  19. Provo-based Vivint CEO becomes an 'Undercover Boss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Salt Lake Tribune

    ... that I never really would have the time to do,'" Pedersen said. "It was super intriguing." The format of "Undercover Boss" is relatively simple. The head of a company - in this case, Pedersen - is disguised and presented to various employees as ...


  20. When 'Undercover Boss' goes badRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Chicago Tribune

    Once upon a time, "Undercover Boss" was one of those reality shows that seemed OK. Sure, there was the standard queasiness watching people get tricked on television, especially as a CEO disguised himself as an everyday worker to get insight into the company.