A tray of Dixie Elixir's edibles is displayed by CEO Tripp Keber. (RJ Sangosti, Denver Post file)

More marijuana reality TV on its way: ‘Pot Barons of Colorado’ on MSNBC

Because legalized recreational marijuana has created a boom not only in the weed industry but in the weed TV documentary (or pot-doc) industry, another six-parter is coming our way this month.

MSNBC premieres “Pot Barons of Colorado” on Nov. 30 at 8 p.m. (A “sneak peek” airs Nov. 28 at 10 p.m.)

More weedy reality TV coming out of Colorado’s pot industry:

‘Medicine Man’: Reality TV and legal pot, the ‘new American dream’

CNN’s ‘High Profits’: Docu-series will cover cannabis in Colorado ski towns

Video: They call this show ‘Shark Tank for pot,’ but would you watch it?

This pot-umentary follows Colorado-based entrepreneurs who are cashing in on the “green rush.”

The names are by now familiar: Jamie Perino, owner of Euflora; Andy and Pete Williams, owners of Medicine Man, one of the largest single-store marijuana dispensaries in the world; and Tripp Keber of Dixie Elixirs, a maker of marijuana-infused edibles.

Read more about “Pot Barons” on our sister blog Ostrow Off the Record.