Many businesses in America are run by families, but a lot of these companies fail before a successful transition from one generation to the next. Tabatha spends three weeks with families as she attempts to pinpoint the very heart of their familial drama. She must deal with tears, turmoil and tribulations as she works to push these families into the sunlight for a brighter future as they seek to put their pasts behind them so that their businesses can succeed. Tabatha is a successful business woman, global ambassador for world-renowned brands like Matrix and L'Oreal, and she is a motivational speaker.
A local deli in Long Beach, Calif., has a successful lunch service but faces a mountain of debt and a lack of leadership; Tabatha tries to change things before the doors close for good on the family business.
Tempers are frayed and no one is happy at a family-owned apparel company, NewMe, where family drama may cause dreams to come apart at the seams.
After Michael Bogosian, the owner of a family-owned jewelry company, passes away, his sons and widow cannot agree on how to run things; Tabatha comes to their aid.
Joe D'Amore, the owner of multiple East Coast-style pizzerias across Southern California, considers a multimillion-dollar offer to take the chain national.