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Rich Kids Go Skint   

Series 1: 06x60 | HD | 2017
Series 2: 16x60 | HD | 2018
Production Company
Kalel Productions
Primary Broadcaster
Channel 5

In this series, 6 rich kids, ditch their fast cars, five-star hotels and endless shopping trips to go skint with families living on the breadline. During their stay, they’ll experience the shock of living below the poverty line, by helping to shop, feed, and babysit for families who can barely make ends meet. Sparks will fly and tears will fall as they face the most challenging few days of their entire lives. 

Series 1 - Ep 6: Luke & Callum

Callum is a rich kid vlogger, who spends thousands of pounds on designer clothes without thinking twice. His mum has had enough and forces him to live with an under-privileged family, doing chores for Luke and his 2 kids. Luke’s family are living on the breadline in Deal, Kent. It's not long before Callum is entrusted in looking after Luke’s young kids all by himself, and he is brought to tears when he finally realises the struggle other people must face. Although, it's set to be an important adventure for the rich kid, it's his host, Luke who'll come to the biggest, shocking revelation.

Series 1 - Ep 2: Shabnam & Sepii

Sepii loves being a 21-yr old rich kid. She's a student with a huge collection of expensive 'Lubes' (Louboutin shoes, that is) and is the self-styled 'Persian Kardashian'. She will spend time living with a family on the breadline in Manchester and get to understand what life is like when you must work night and day to provide food on the table. She'll experience sleeping on a street bench in the rain and get very emotional when coming face to face with a fellow student, who has lost all her wealth overnight. What will be her undoing, supermarket shopping on a tight budget, or just learning to wash the dishes?

Series 1 - Ep 1: Anna & Fergus

Fergus is a rich kid who flaunts his wealth on social media, for his thousands of his followers to see. He's spending a couple of days living with Anna and her family, who are on the breadline and desperately struggling to make ends meet. Can he take over running Anna's home and prove to himself that he can stand on his own two feet, without Daddy's support? He'll be chased off a council estate, made to feel mortified for wearing a Rolex, and nearly have a panic attack whilst doing the weekly shop on a budget, for Anna's family. This could well be the most important few days of Fergus’ life.