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"Secret Lives of the Super Rich" perhaps can be summed up as: " `Cribs,' featuring people who probably have never used the word to describe their homes." The series opens the gates to some of the world's most-luxurious mansions to give viewers VIP access to a world that is usually open only to the wealthiest of the wealthy. Featured abodes include the largest home in America, a $150 million megamansion and exclusive properties in the nation's richest town.

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A smart house in Silicon Valley; classic British trucks; custom credit cards; a burger; an expensive hotel suite; a trading card; a Miami mansion; futuristic four-wheelers; a mountain mansion in Aspen; Lennon's vintage Mercedes Benz.
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A Miami mansion; an exclusive car club; jewelry hiding secret treasures; a train that cost millions to customize; a private seaplane; a $40,000 bottle of cognac; a townhouse; a sports memorabilia collection; vintage hot rods.
aired 7 days ago
A residence in the Plaza Hotel; a hybrid sports car; expensive diamond earrings; a $2,500 cocktail; a Beverly Hills modern mansion; iconic rides that are miniature models of the real deal; a show jumping competition; the first Shelby Cobra ever made.
aired 7 days ago
Jerry Weintraub's vacation home; a redesigned 4x4; Disney World's $65,000-per-night suite; the most expensive house in Georgia; a VIP dinner club; a Manhattan penthouse; an expensive chocolate bar; a Porsche belonging to a Hollywood star.
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A piece of real estate listed for a jaw-dropping $1,000,000,000; a bathing suit that costs more than a car; a dog lives inside a London hotel; the owner of a Colorado compound builds her own beach; a dessert covered in $28 million worth of icing.
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A supercar that can hit a top speed of 280 miles per hour; a CEO gives a tour of her $35 million cliff-side masterpiece; a beach house; Miami's A-list interior decorator shows off her digs; gold-covered soft serve topped with diamonds.
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A $50 million palace with lavish secrets hidden underground; a Ferrari collector's rarest ride; inside the magical estate once owned by actor Mel Gibson; a rare pink diamond; one of the rarest Rolex watches in the world.
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An $88 million fiery fortress in Los Angeles; jeweler Stephen Webster makes a $200,000 delivery; the ultimate Beverly Hills birthday party; a 6,000-square-foot game room; fishing for a $2.6 million white marlin; actor Kevin Costner's Aspen hideaway.
aired 9 days ago
Celine Dion's beachfront compound; inside the Octagon with heavy hitters; a garage full of Ferraris for sale; a Big Apple penthouse up for sale; expensive watches; a luxury pirate ship; a Bel Air mega mansion; the ultimate football helmet.
aired 9 days ago
A mega-mansion; an armored truck fit for an action movie; a top-secret NYC bar; a billionaire's ocean lair; an expensive diamond; Keanu Reeves' motorcycle line; an ocean liner with the world's most expensive floating VIP suite; an expensive watch.
aired 14 days ago
A party mansion that's the throne to an alcohol empire; a giant rough diamond; a bottle of whiskey; a speed boat built to match a sports car; Cher's former home; restored vintage trucks; a bulletproof penthouse; an Alfa Romeo; expensive sneakers.
aired 18 days ago
A mansion with a bowling alley; a residence in the Plaza Hotel; a Florida estate covered in gold leaf; a Moroccan mansion; an exotic mansion moved halfway around the world; a mountain retreat in Aspen; a townhouse just steps away from Madonna's home.
aired 21 days ago
A collection of James Bond cars; driving 320 miles per hour; restoring the most valuable Porsche in the world; the garage-mahal of parking spots; the tiniest supercars; a Lamborghini races against the only Lambo custom built for the sea.
aired 21 days ago
A $200 million trip with fast cars; a $50 million vintage Ferrari; a $500,000 secret under the hood of a rust bucket; a luxury cargo van; a Mercedes SUV covered in bulletproof armor; the holiest Ferrari; colorful Porsches; a 6-figure skateboard.
aired 28 days ago
A secret hangar in Sweden; a Lamborghini snomobile; a garage full of Ferraris for sale; a luxury man cave; a $500,000 motorcycle; a $1.5 million personal submarine; the most expensive Porsche; the smallest Ferrari; a $300,000 luxury tank.
aired 28 days ago
A $14 million private jet; a rare La Ferrari; a $3.4 million supercar with diamond-studded headlights; an expensive car joyride; a toy racetrack that sets boys back $500,000; a sexy McLaren; a rare Bentley that includes a test drive in the sky.
aired 35 days ago
An expensive Las Vegas mansion; the factory where a $2.5 million Patek Philippe watch is made; a first class cabin lined in precious metal; a McLaren with gold hidden under the hood; a gilded casket; an expensive cupcake.
aired 35 days ago
A palace in Florida; lingerie made of gold; a $500k gilded Lamborghini; the floating unicorn: a mega-yacht in Monaco; a $500K motorcycle covered in 14K; Donald Trump's private helicopter; expensive dessert; a football helmet dipped in 24k.
aired 42 days ago
A mansion with a monument to high fashion; a penthouse with a rooftop water slide; a members-only island; a crystal palace in Manhattan; expensive collectibles from hits like "Star Wars"; restoring the most valuable Porsche; expensive silverware.
aired 42 days ago
A Los Angeles mansion; a luxury cargo van; a Manhattan townhouse built like a fortress; the sale of John Lennon's acoustic guitar; a pricey wristwatch; an expensive VIP facial; a multi-million-dollar house on auction with no reserve; pricey paint.
aired 49 days ago
An expensive mansion; a 165-foot mega yacht; a mattress for the wealthy; a waterfront estate with billionaire toys; million dollar cars; a gilded palace where the tiniest details are covered in gold; a top-shelf margarita; an expensive doll house.

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