Today is the day cannabis is going mainstream as the reality show, The Marijuana Show, launches their second season. It’s a reality show where ganjapreneurs compete for the chance at millions of dollars of investments while being mentored by cannabis industry leaders.
“It’s not illegal to watch”, says Karen Paull and Wendy Robbins, co-producers of The Marijuana Show.
They have been scouring the country looking for smart and talented individuals to compete on their reality show and the marijuana ladies are ready to share their findings with the world. They’ve proven their concept with their first season garnering more than 3 million views online, now The Marijuana Show is ready to reach a larger audience. The show will be available via live streaming on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.
Much like the innovators and business-minded people they seek out, Karen Paull and Wendy Robbins, co-producers of The Marijuana Show, are entrepreneurs themselves. As VP of Sales at Snapfish, Karen increased sales by 300 percent before they were acquired by Hewlett-Packard. Wendy is the co-inventor of The Tingler head massager and author of a self-help book on how to become a millionaire.
Over the course of five episodes, the show promises to take the viewer on a cannajourney, not unlike what many people trying to break into the cannabis industry are facing. From medical marijuana products to the failed war on drugs, the show takes on very serious issues. In episode two, music producer, author, and CEO of Rush Communications, Russell Simmons, also speaks about the prison system and the failed war on drugs.
It’s available on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play starting July 8th. If you have Amazon Prime, you can watch it beginning in August. The creators and producers of the show are inviting everyone to enter for an invitation to be one of the first to watch.