The show features a social experiment element. In each episode, two hard-working American families experiencing financial setbacks are presented by the show's producers with a briefcase containing \$101,000 and a potentially life-altering decision: they can keep all of the money for themselves, or give all or part of it to another family in need.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Briefcase - WWE Money in the Bank - Netflix
Money in the Bank is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event, produced annually by WWE. It is named after the Money in the Bank ladder match, which previously only took place at WrestleMania. The Money in the Bank ladder match debuted at WrestleMania 21 in 2005. The Money in the Bank match would then be held at the next five WrestleMania events, after which the match concept was spun off on to its own pay-per-view beginning in 2010.
The Briefcase - Theme song - Netflix
Money in the Bank is the only WWE pay-per-view event with a regular theme song, as all but the first event have used “Money in the Bank” by in-house WWE composer Jim Johnston as its theme song. This is in stark contrast to other pay-per-view events, which use songs sponsored by mainstream recording artists, which was the case with the first event using “Money” by I Fight Dragons. Before the advent of the pay-per-view, the “Money in the Bank” song was used as the entrance music for future U.S. President Donald Trump for his numerous guest appearances on WWE television.
The Briefcase - References - Netflix