John Hartmann, the President and CEO of True Value, one of the largest hardware cooperatives in the world, reactivates his undercover skills from his time as an FBI agent when he investigates the state of the True Value company and employees. During his "special assignment," the boss is shocked by the inappropriate on-the-job pickup artist antics of one of the employees. (TV-PG)
Undercover Boss catches up with some of our most epic Bosses including Mitchell Modell, Steven Cloobeck, Rick Tigner, Rick Silva, and Coby Brooks.
Undercover Boss catches up with some of our most epic employees including Veronica, Angel, Ronnie, and the foul-mouthed Jacqueline.
John Wilson of Orkin goes from President to Exterminator. He breaks out a bee keeper suit and its boss vs. cockroaches in a battle to the death.
Eric Casaburi, the founder of Retro Fitness, tackles some heavy lifting of his own on this all new Undercover Boss journey.
Tony Wells, CMO of ADT Security Services, adds a thick beard for his undercover disguise. A salesman schools the boss on dressing for success.
Fatburger boss, Andy Wiederhorn, goes from an inmate to CEO and finds second chances are for more than just the employees.
Andy Wirth, CEO of Squaw Valley, hits the slopes for a journey undercover and olympic gold medalist Jonny Moseley helps.
Toby Bost, CEO of O’Neill Clothing, transforms himself from surfer dude to a “corporate kook” for his trip as an undercover boss.
Sara Bittorf, the Chief Brand Officer of Boston Market, is sent on a crucial assignment undercover by the CEO of the company.
Paul Damico, President of Moe’s Southwest Grill, gets tatted up and journeys undercover to take an inside peek at his restaurant franchise.
Eagle Scout Jim Rodgers, Chairman and CEO of Kampgrounds of America (KOA), hits the road in an RV for his trip undercover.
Lorne Abony, CEO of Mood Media, undergoes a drastic transformation, adding tattoos and fresh threads for a hipster disguise undercover.
Steve Greenbaum, the CEO and founder of PostNet, undergoes a drastic transformation to get an inside peek at his company.
For the first time ever, a former boss, Stephen Cloobeck of Diamond Resorts, returns for a second round undercover at his company.
The youngest boss in series history, Cinnabon President Kat Cole, dons a disguise to ensure that nothing in her company goes half-baked.
CEO/Founder Doug Guller of Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill, who welcomes controversy and proudly refers to his chain of restaurants as "breastaurants," will be featured on Undercover Boss, Sunday, Dec. 28 at 8:30, ET/8:00, PT. Only CBS.
UNDERCOVER BOSS, Sundays, (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
The Mayor of Pittsburgh, Bill Peduto, does a stint as a municipal employee, on Undercover Boss, Sunday, Dec. 21 (8:30-9:30 PM, ET/8:00-9:00 PM, PT) on the CBS Television Network. During his shifts, Peduto works as a refuse worker from Environmental Services collecting garbage, a carpenter with the Housing Authority installing doors, a self-sufficiency coordinator helping community members who are breaking out of the chain of poverty and an employee of the Forestry Division of the Department of Public Works operating a chain saw to cut down dead trees. Only CBS
The Boss tries to drive the forklift and learns a lot from a warehouse employee.
CEO John Hartmann takes his employee Brad to task for his lack of professionalism and offers to mentor him.
Lexi is overjoyed when John gives her money to spend on her education and living expenses.
The CEO works with Chris, a very driven and optimistic manager.
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