“The Secret Millionaires Club” is a Financial Literacy television series created by Warren Buffet, considered by some as the most successful investor of the 20th century and consistently ranked among world’s richest people. To create the series he joined forces with Andy Howard, involved in productions like “Inspector Gadget,” “Strawberry Shortcake” and “Ghostbusters” and Amy Moynihan, involved in advertising Disney, Hasbro, McDonald’s. The series comprises 26 episodes, each dramatizing key age-appropriate components of financial literacy like starting a business, saving money, learning from mistakes and avoiding debt and finishes with “Words from Warren”. The idea of the series was born at a casual breakfast, when the billionaire shared how his own granddaughter fell into the trap of getting a credit card and running up a balance. They considered that financial literacy is barely covered in schools, and came to the conclusion that they should do something to help children. The producers say about their series “It’s about developing good habits, making good decisions, and recognizing how those decisions can have a (positive) impact.” At the heart of the success of their project, they identify children’s active entertainment nowadays. Before one could only wait in front of the television for the animation shows to start. Today the Internet has changed this culture. Kids go online and actively choose the contents they watch, and this creates many opportunities for upstart productions that have something to offer to the young audience.