'Undercover Boss' Season 12: 5 things to know about CBS' Emmy-winning reality show
The season finale of the CBS reality show ‘Undercover Boss’ just finished airing and saw Warren Boone, the chief public officer of Coco’s Bakery, making an appearance. The episode was filled with emotional discussion and how employees are still working even though they have to do something that’s not in their portfolios.
This season has been remarkable and saw several top-level employees of various organizations donning a disguise. We saw Sharon M. Leite of The Vitamin Shoppe changing the lives of her employees by making some really good decisions. On the other hand, Omar Soliman and Nick Friedman got to know how their employees have been working so hard in the middle of a pandemic.
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The pandemic made this season even more worthy and we saw a lot of inspiring stories. With Season 11 coming to an end, fans are asking if there will be another season for the reality show. Here’s everything you need to know.
When does ‘Undercover Boss’ Season 12 release and where can you watch it?
As of now, CBS hasn’t announced if the show has been renewed for another season or canceled. The ratings for the latest edition have been really good and new viewers tuned in every week. So, CBS might make a decision really soon.
Well, no points for guessing that the show will air on CBS.
What is ‘Undercover Boss’ all about?
The official synopsis reads, “Two-time Emmy Award-winning reality series that follows high-level executives as they slip anonymously into the rank-and-file of their own organizations. Each week, a different leader will sacrifice the comfort of their corner office for an undercover mission to examine the inner workings of their operation.”
Who stars in the CBS reality show?
Over the years, we have seen a lot of top-level executives making an appearance on the show. In Season 11, we saw co-founders of College Hunks, Omar Soliman and Nick Friedman, making an appearance. Meanwhile, Gary Findley, CEO of Restoration 1, was also featured on the show.
Other executives to make an appearance on the show include Sharon M. Leite (The Vitamin Shoppe), Linda Chadwick (Rita’s Ice and Frozen Custard), Laurent Therivel (US Cellular), Paul Damico (Round Table Pizza), and Acquanetta Warren (Mayor of Fontana).
Stephen Lambert, Jack Burgess, Mike Cotton, and Rachel Bloomfield serve as executive producers on the show.
We will update the story once a new season is announced and a trailer is released.