Slice orders more Money Moron

Financial guru Gail Vaz-Oxlade (pictured) counsels financially irresponsible people who are putting their relationships at risk by helping to change their spending habits.
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Shaw Media’s Slice has renewed Peacock Alley Entertainment’s Money Moron for a second season.

The half-hour series is hosted by financial guru Gail Vaz-Oxlade.

In each episode, Vaz-Oxlade rescues families, couples or friends whose relationships are at risk because one person is financially irresponsible. The “money morons” work towards changing their habits for a chance to win a $10,000 cash reward.

Carrie Mudd is president of Toronto-based Peacock Alley Entertainment, which Mudd co-founded with Neil Court in 2012.

The second season of Money Moron is slated to premiere on Slice in the fall.