The Marijuana Show Announces Season Two

The Marijuana Show

Who’ll Be the Next Marijuana Millionaire?

After a successful first season, The Marijuana Show—the first-ever reality show about Cannabis—is announcing Season Two auditions during Hemp History Week, with live auditions on June 18-19 and June 21. Coined the “Shark Tank for Ganjapreneurs,” the reality-competition show offered over $5 million to contestants in Season One. The show profiles ganjapreneur hopefuls, giving each contestant the opportunity to pitch an idea to a panel of accredited investors, and then participate in a Boot Camp aka Bud Camp to develop a variety of cannabis technologies and products through mentorship, and ultimately access to millions of dollars in investment capital. The Marijuana Show can be viewed online and will air fall 2015 on Dish, Comcast, Xbox, Samsung, Roku and several other streaming sites reaching over 50 million households.

Ganjapreneur hopefuls can audition online. Two-minute video pitches will be accepted from all over the country. Live auditions will take place in Seattle on June 18 and 19 by RSVP only and at Hempapalooza on June 21 in Brinnon, Washington. Entrepreneurs who have unique products, an established business, permits, licenses, and sales are encouraged to audition to see if they can be the next Marijuana Millionaire. Wannabe Marijuana Millionaires should be able to present business plans and proof of licenses and permits, and they must be 21+ with valid ID.

The Marijuana Show
After a successful first season, The Marijuana Show—the first-ever reality show about Cannabis—is announcing Season Two auditions

“Last season over $5 million was offered to contestants, this season will offer a lot more,” said Wendy Robbins, co-creator and producer of The Marijuana Show. “This season will open up to dispensaries, growers in addition to apps, technology, hemp, CBD and cannabis accessories nationally. We are also looking for the best edibles in the country.  Who will be the next Dixie or Bhang? Winners of the edibles contest will have access to money, mentorship, marketing and a commercial kitchen and distribution in Denver.”

Season Two contestants include an inventive vape hoodie, an 800 acre Indian casino grow/dispensary and spiritual retreat, a satellite  channel featuring all cannabis programming, and a 100% hemp car – the first car since the Model T Ford to be made of hemp. And celebrity participation will be announced soon. Who could it be?

“We are proud to announce that we are also producing the first-ever Home Shopping Network for cannabis lifestyle products, CBD and hemp,” added Karen Paull, co-creator and producer of The Marijuana Show. “Also on the horizon, we are looking to find and distribute CBD dog bones with permits in place.”

To audition for The Marijuana Show, sign up at

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