Kudlow & Cramer

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show_name = Kudlow & Cramer

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presenter = Larry Kudlow
Jim Cramer
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country = USA
language = English
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runtime = 1 hour
network = CNBC
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first_aired = 2002
last_aired = 2005-02-11
preceded_by = "America Now"
followed_by = "Kudlow & Company"
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"Kudlow & Cramer" was a CNBC American business and politics television program with Lawrence Kudlow and Jim Cramer. The program initially replaced "Hardball with Chris Matthews", which moved to sister channel MSNBC, for the 8 p.m. Eastern Time slot, but later moved to the 5 p.m. slot.

"Kudlow & Cramer" had high TV ratings in comparison to other CNBC shows, after CNBC's TV ratings went down because of the negativity of the dot-com bubble burst and the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S.

The program last aired on February 11, 2005, before it was split into "Kudlow & Company", which first aired February 14, and "Mad Money", which replaced Dylan Ratigan's "Bullseye" on March 14 of the same year.

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