Warren Buffett is about to hit the small screen.
No, he hasn’t decided to give up being a bazillionaire investor for the life of a struggling actor – he’s launching a animated series called the “Secret Millionaires Club,” which is aimed at teaching kids about money.
“It’s important for kids to develop good financial habits from an early age and that is what Secret Millionaires Club is all about,” Buffett said. “It’s not intended to teach kids how to read a balance sheet, it’s meant to provide a fun way for kids to understand business and develop good habits from an early age,” he said.
The TV show is an extension of the series, which is already online at SMCKids.com . It debuts Sunday at 1pm ET/10am Pacific on the Hub channel. (Go to Hub's channel locator to find out what channel it’s on in your area.)
Each episode tackles a financial lesson, like being responsible with your credit or how important your reputation is in business and in life.
Andy Heyward, an Emmy winner who is producing the series, said it was a delight to work with Buffett.Page 1 of 4 | Next Page