‘Grow Op’ Episodes 4 – 6: A Web Series About Cannabusiness And Winging It

What happens when the government grants a tier-3 cannabis grow license to an illicit marijuana dealer? 'Grow Op' is a series for those who are winging it.

Recaps: ‘Grow Op’ Episodes 1-3 Are Super Funny

What happens when the government grants a tier-3 cannabis grow license to an illicit marijuana dealer? Grow Op is a series about winging it.

Jay Leno Drives A Car Made Out Of Marijuana

When it comes to the hobbies of late-night talk show hosts, everyone knows that Jay Leno is the car aficionado and Bill Maher is the cannabis enthusiast.

WATCH: The 7 Most Memorable Cherry Pie And Coffee Moments In ‘Twin Peaks’

Two of the most notable characters in "Twin Peaks" are uncredited: coffee and cherry pie. They are a backdrop of the hit '90s series.

Marijuana Is Mainstream: Check Out This Cool Commercial For A Vape

You know marijuana is mainstream when an ad agency with a client list that boasts Disney, Nestles, AT&T and VW creates a TV commercial for a cannabis brand.

Are You A Ganjapreneur With A Great Idea? Pitch It In NYC At The ‘Shark Tank’ Of Marijuana

Cannabis World Congress & Business Expositions have officially partnered with The Marijuana Show, an Amazon TV Series, dubbed the Shark Tank of marijuana.

Why John Oliver’s Marvelous Marijuana Rant Makes Perfect Sense

No one can expose the absurdity of a situation like John Oliver. Using 17 minutes of his program Sunday, the HBO late-night host went deep on cannabis.

The Creator Of ‘The Wire:’ The War On Drugs Is A Massive Failure

It's no secret that David Simon, the creator, executive producer and writer for HBO's groundbreaking series "The Wire," believes the War on Drugs has been a massive failure.

The Fresh Toast Announces Partnership With Cheddar TV

What's better than a toasted cheese sandwich? Nothing! That is why The Fresh Toast and Cheddar TV are teaming up to share current cannabis and cannabis industry information to its 700,000 viewers.

YouTube Unveils Streaming Service That Could Change The Way We Watch TV

The YouTube subscription service will cost 35 dollars a month and will offer a package that’ll be available to stream through the web.