Originally posted on June 11, 2020 @ 8:33 am
Undercover Boss is one of the most viewed reality television show on the CBS Network. The show is based on the British series of the same name created by Stephen Lambert ad narrated by Mark Keller. In brief, the CEO or the high management position themselves hired a new employee for a low seat for their own company.
Then they decided to go an undercover mission to examine the inner workings of their organizations. At the end of each episode, the Boss reveals their real identity before they decide to give a reward or promotion to an employee who helped them during their undercover stint.
But the most question that asked by the viewers is; Is Undercover Boss real? Read on to know about the show and cast.
Is Undercover Boss Real or Fake?
It is hard to say that the employees of the company won’t recognize their real Boss while the camera is rolling for a few days in the store without being a little suspicious of the new employee. Who would like to show their wrong side in front of the camera? It seems that lies in the show, but plenty of the employees act terribly. They told the employers that they are there for a different reason.
Caption: Is undercover Boss real or fake?
After getting the experience of all the work, finally, the Boss meets his employees with he works and reveals who he is? The right side of being undercover is, the staff who gave a hundred percent will promote otherwise you know what will be the result. However, the show isn’t scripted.
Undercover Boss’ New Season 10 is Running
If you are a die-hard fan of the Emmy-award winning show ‘Undercover Boss,’ then don’t miss the Season 9 premieres on January 8 on CBS. Actually, there is some confusion, but it is actually season 10 of the series, which is the most recent one.
The new season of Undercover Boss returns with new bosses, and here we have only got around four episodes so far for the 10th season. For some reason, there have been no new episodes since the 4th episode aired on January 27, 2020, and we are still waiting for the reason as to why. There is no way it was canceled after premiering so there must be a reasonable explanation, but we have a good probability that the season will commence with more episodes soon,
Walk-On’s Bistreauz & Bar
Brandon Landry, the founder and CEO of Walk On’s Bistreaux & Bar will appear with co-owner Drew Brees, the New Orleans Saints quarterback will be featured on the premiered of CBS’s series ‘Undercover Boss.’
Disguised in wigs and prosthetic makeup, the two go as an undercover and experience the restaurant. Drew Brees is a quarterback playing for the News Orleans Saints.
Drew Brees disguises as a long-haired, beard man with a new identity, Chris, who works as a busser and dishwasher. On the other hand, Brandon Landry has disguised a full beard and in glasses. He works as a seafood vendor partner.
Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bars currently has opened in thirty-three locations and 150 locations across the 15 states.
Brand President of Anytime President Stacy Anderson announced that she is going as an undercover mission to check out her gyms are operating systematically. Anytime Fitness is the world’s largest and fastest-growing gyms that serves more the four million and located in all fifty states and thirty-five countries.
She changed her entire looks, wearing a wig, t-shirt, and leggings. Stacy was appointed to her current position two years ago and is responsible for leading the Anytime Fitness.
Dippin’ Dots owner and CEO, Scott Fischer, was also part of the CBS show ‘Undercover Boss’ as an undercover on January 22. In th episode, Scott works side-by-side with his employee, a themed park staff member.
Throughout the episodes, he has a meaningful conversation with his employees and also gets the feedback so that he could help to grow his business.
Scott Fischer purchased the ice cream brand in 2012. Now, Dippin’ Dot is a global, flash-frozen company that available over 100 shopping centers, including the stadium, theme parks, festivals, zoos as well as it ships customers’ homes.
Chairman and CEO of Clean Harbors, Alan S. Mckim, will be featured on January 29, 2020, as an undercover. Alan disguises in full beard and wigs in the fourth episode of season 9. He works as a peer along with his employees at facilities and locations in Massachusetts, New York, Texas, and Indiana.
Mckim said it allowed him to see what is happening inside the company and gain insights into his business with a new perspective. Also, he goes inside of a dirty tank at a re-refinery that process waste oil.
Mckim co-founded the Clean Harbors in 1980. It is North America’s leading provider of environmental, energy and industrial services company. The company provides a wide range and variety of services such as waste management, recycling services, disposal, and industrial cleaning and maintenance.
For more, you have to watch the full season nine that will air on Wednesday, January 8m 2020, on CBS and CBS All Access.