Rooster McConaughey, brother of Matthew, self-made millionaire piping entrepreneur, father of children named Miller Lyte and Margarita, joint-guest with Robert Duvall on a Jimmy Kimmel Live appearance in Austin where they discussed their plan to send Howard Stern a picture of their testicles, is coming to CNBC. Finally.
According to Deadline, Rooster will be joined by fellow entrepreneur Butch Gilliam on West Texas Investors Club. The show, an eight-episode CNBC reality series debuting on August 4, is the result of an idea Ebersol Lanigan executive Charlie Ebersol had a few years ago for a show about investors who “wear boots not suits.” My God. This is already my favorite show. Tell me more.
In what is described as “Shark Tank for real America”, on West Texas Investors Club, Rooster and Butch, along with their close friend and confidante Gil Prather, invite ambitious entrepreneurs from across the country to come down to West Texas and make their case as Rooster and Butch believe in investing in people first, businesses second.
Matthew McConaughey’s brother Rooster is going to be the Mark Cuban of Cowboy Shark Tank. This truly is the Golden Age of Television, people.