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The experiences of ordinary people who have won large sums of money in the lottery.

Latest episodes

aired 100 days ago
A group of street-sweepers wins millions; a store clerk steals a million-dollar ticket from a customer.
aired 100 days ago
The jackpot takes a family of eight from foreclosure to a multi-million dollar mansion; no expense has been spared.
aired 100 days ago
The 20 most life-changing lottery wins of the entire series.
aired 169 days ago
Joe could barely afford a ticket to a NASCAR race, but after winning the lottery, he was able to buy his own team.
aired 169 days ago
Independence for a group from Michigan; a doctor finds herself in a series of life-threatening events.
aired 176 days ago
Cynthia is a California Lottery winner; she is engaged and planning a wedding of a lifetime.
aired 176 days ago
Leroy won two million dollars in the lottery, now his son is determined to help his dad become the most eligible millionaire.
aired 176 days ago
Randy is a retired town sheriff and a 79 million-dollar Powerball winner who wants to give back to the community.
aired 178 days ago
The "luckiest street in America" is known as the Miracle Mile; Oregon millionaires who like to party; trucker millionaires go on a luxury road trip; a frugal fisherman finds true love.
aired 178 days ago
A Manhattan doorman turned millionaire looks for love; a Florida winner might lose what he treasures the most; an auto mechanic learns to live like a millionaire.
aired 179 days ago
A winner in California who won 315 million off the "Lucky 7" faces legal troubles after spending millions of it.
aired 185 days ago
A music lover bets his fortune on the business; a mother looks for a fresh start after hitting it big; a millionaire couple has a travel bug; America's youngest multimillionaire loses it all.
aired 185 days ago
After winning a lottery, a janitor becomes a Hollywood producer and adopts five children following a tragic accident; a Floridian fails as a golf pro but wins the game of love.

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