The Knights of Prosperity

The Knights of Prosperity Brief Information

The Knights of Prosperity is an American comedy series that premiered on ABC in the United States on Wednesday, January 3, 2007. It was created by Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman, who also created the NBC comedy-drama Ed. The show follows a group of misfits"?the titular Knights"?who attempt to rob various celebrities, the first being Mick Jagger (Jagger was also credited as one of the executive producers, along with the creators and David Letterman, whose production company Worldwide Pants Incorporated also backed Ed). Later in the series, the attempt to rob his luxury apartment failed, and the team moved onto new targets Kelly Ripa and later Ray Romano. The series was made by the creators' company B&B (which had an animated logo with the two Bs and the ampersand as a trio of magicians performing a different trick each episode), Worldwide Pants Incorporated and ABC Studios.

The series initially aired on Wednesdays at 9:00 p.m. before being moved to 8:30. The series was pulled after airing nine episodes and then officially canceled by ABC. On August 8, after 5 months off the air, ABC broadcast two episodes and then pulled the sitcom once again. On August 17, 2007, the network made all 13 episodes available for viewing on, but were later taken off.

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