Cash Pad

2019 | CNBC | Reality | 1 Season | Pending

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JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers, the engaged break-out stars of The Bachelorette, are also experienced house flippers. In Cash Pad, the dynamic couple partner with homeowners in Dallas, Austin, and Phoenix who are in serious need of extra income and hoping to turn their properties into thriving short-term rentals. Whether …

Cash Pad

Quest for Renewal: Cash Pad Season 2 on CNBC in the Balance

Cash Pad Season 2 Status: Pending

Cash Pad Season 1 Release Date: July 23, 2019

When will Cash Pad Season 2 be released? Will Cash Pad return for Season 2 on CNBC?

Whether Cash Pad is renewed for another season or canceled? Get acquainted with the latest reliable news regarding the upcoming season of Cash Pad on CNBC. Track the renewal/cancellation status of Cash Pad.

Cash Pad kicked off on July 23, 2019 on CNBC. Cash Pad is a 60-minute Reality television series, which is currently in its 1st season. Cash Pad airs by Tuesdays at 22:00 on CNBC.

Cash Pad Season 2 is yet to be announced. CNBC has yet to reveal the decision on renewal/cancellation of Cash Pad. However, it seems that Cash Pad Season 2 is due to happen, given the mainly positive statistics of the current 1st season, critic/viewers' consensus, an overall score of Cash Pad on IMDb, as well as television ratings and reception on Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes.

You may also visit the Cash Pad official page on the CNBC website to check the show's current status. Once the actual status of Cash Pad is updated and/or its release date is revealed, we will update this page. Stay tuned for updates. We will keep you informed!

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Show Name: Cash Pad

Premiere date: July 23, 2019

Show Network: CNBC

Show Type: Reality

Show country: United States

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