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Profit may refer to: Business and law * Profit (accounting), the difference between the purchase price and the costs of bringing to market * Profit (economics), normal profit and economic profit * Profit (real property), a nonpossessory interest in land * Account of profits, a type of equitable remedy in law (also known as an accounting) Arts, entertainment, and media * ''Profit'' (magazine), a Canadian business magazine aimed at entrepreneurs * ''Profit'' (TV series), an American TV series starring Adrian Pasdar People * Joe Profit (born 1959), former American football player * Laron Profit (born 1977), professional basketball player * Richard Profit (born 1974), English mountaineer and adventurer * Park "Profit" Joon-yeong, professional ''Overwatch'' player Places * Profit, United States Virgin Islands See also * Prophet (other) A prophet is a person who is believed to speak through divine inspiration. Prophet or The Prophet may also refer to: People ...
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Profit (TV Series)
''Profit'' is an American drama television series that originally aired in 1996 on the Fox Broadcasting Company (Mondays at 9:00 p.m. EST). The series was created (and occasionally directed) by David Greenwalt and John McNamara, and starred Adrian Pasdar as the eponymous lead character Jim Profit. In February 2008 repeat episodes began airing on Chiller (in the USA), and in October 2010 on CBS Action (in Europe). Considered by many to have been well ahead of its time, the series was a precursor to the early-21st-century trend of "edgy" TV melodramas (featuring dark themes and multidimensional characters) such as ''The Sopranos'', ''Mad Men'', and ''Breaking Bad''. Controversial themes largely stemming from the lead character's amoral, ''Richard III''-style ways, along with low ratings, made the show uncomfortable and unfamiliar viewing for mainstream U.S. audiences and Fox network affiliates at the time, leading to its cancellation after just four episodes (including the p ...
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