Aug 04, 2013 08:00 PMTV Network - ABC
Just because you think a television series is off the air forever, it doesn't actually mean that it is. "Secret Millionaire" aired on FOX and was cancelled. Then it was picked up by ABC, aired its second season, and was renewed for a third. The third season started back in the summer of 2012 and then... nothing. It was gone, midseason. Until now. Today is the day. Today, "Secret Millionaire" reappears with the episodes that didn't air at the end of last summer. Just how long will it go on? How many millionaires are out there, helping the world in secret (and then not-so-secret) fashion? We simply don't know, but we can't encourage you to skip a single episode.
Sep 08, 2013TV Network - ABC
George and Kym Rapier are scheduled to be the finale secret millionaires on this season of "Secret Millionaire," which is a little odd because now we know who the secret millionaires are and that makes it all not-so-secret. Of course, it's still true that with this having been filmed over a year ago the secret may have been safe at that point, but it just isn't anymore. The Rapiers are going to be secreting their millions (that is what they do, isn't it?) in Oakridge, OR tonight, or, more accurately, we're going to get to see them do it tonight, as previously noted, they did it a while back.
Jul 08, 2012
Kid internet safety expert and CEO of Everloop.com, Hilary Decesare moves to a neighborhood in need to live and volunteer in; over the course of a week, Hilary lives on a welfare level wage and seeks out local heroes to donate money to.
Jun 03, 2012TV Network - ABC
Now, the last new episode of "Secret Millionaire" aired more than 12 months ago, so we forgive you if you've forgotten about the show. This is the series that aired on FOX and then moved to ABC and which has a guy (or gal) who is a millionaire going and living amongst the people for a while and then giving money to those who deserve it. Think of it like "Undercover Boss," except the millionaire isn't anyone's boss except in his being a millionaire and therefore generally getting to boss folks around.
Mar 06, 2011TV Network - ABC
The idea behind this show is quite simple - have a millionaire go out and act like they're a regular old person in a poor neighborhood. By the end of the show the millionaire realizes that regular people can use their money and they offer up some of it to one of those needy people. Nice, right? Everyone goes home feeling happy, feeling like their lives were somehow enriched by the experience, and that everyone includes us because we get to see that good people still exist in our world. The first millionaire on the series is Dani Johnson.