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This companion series to the network's popular "Shark Tank" offers a look at the enthralling and unexpected outcomes following the Sharks -- Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John and Kevin O'Leary -- making a deal with show's entrepreneurs. The Sharks travel across the country to mentor the entrepreneurs, evaluate the businesses, provide expert feedback and help make decisions that will -- they hope -- lead to success, growth and profits, demonstrating that the challenges and negotiations are never really over.

Latest episodes

aired 330 days ago
Robert has harsh truths for the owners of Hamboards; Barbara gives the inventor of Original Runner a boost; changes for RuckPack.
aired 330 days ago
The creators of The Paintbrush Cover try to take their business to the next level; the inventors of Lollacup try to reinvigorate sales; a brand of gluten-free cookies is successful despite not getting an investment from the sharks.
aired 331 days ago
Two popcorn makers need help paying for the expenses of their expanding business; a smartphone case designer needs assistance after her partner bows out; the maker of a peat moss alternative needs to get his product to the consumer market.
aired 334 days ago
Robert Herjavec helps the duo behind Tipsy Elves as they find themselves at a crossroads; a teen who didn't get an investment for his fruit-infused water bottle talks about his experience.
aired 334 days ago
Barbara Corcoran offers advice to Grace and Lace co-founder Melissa Hinnant; Daymond John visits Matt Reed's upstate New York property to check on his smartly designed urban beehives; Lori Griener checks in with Scrub Daddy creator Aaron Krause.
aired 334 days ago
The team behind a boxed wine aimed at millennials must prove that it can attract new customers; an indoor-outdoor play and party space for kids; advice for the team behind a subscription gift service.
aired 334 days ago
Robert Herjavec checks on the founder of Chord Buddy in Dothan, Ala.; Lori Greiner hopes the owner's of a Brooklyn-based company, Bantam Bagels, will consider a name change; Barbara Corcoran checks on Mix Bikini.
aired 337 days ago
Robert catches up with Ashley Drake and her custom-made handgrip company; Daymond tries to convince Patrick Whaley to move his company, Tintin, to Manhattan; Barbara and Mark try to craft a plan to grow Q-Flex.
aired 337 days ago
The founder of Turbopup asks Daymond John for advice; the Los Angeles-based creators of Drop Stop are overwhelmed and experiencing growing pains -- and make an appearance on Adam Carolla's podcast.
aired 338 days ago
The creators of Nuts N More want to expand into mass market retail; Lori Greiner visits Noam Krasniansky before his QVC appearance.
aired 341 days ago
The mother-son duo behind Squatty Potty; Mark Cuban worries that the creator of Tower Paddle may be getting ahead of himself; an expansion presentation from Wicked Good Cupcakes.
aired 341 days ago
Mark encourages a wine-spritzer maker to partner with the right winery; Daymond mentors the Mission Belt salesman about expanding his business; Lori makes an offer to invest with a coffee-mug maker.
aired 341 days ago
Mark Cuban checks in with Lani Lazzari and her natural scrub product line, Simple Sugars; Daymond John has a tense meeting with Solomon Fallas, who created a party cup with a built-in shot glass; entrepreneur Stephen Hersh surprises Lori Greiner.
aired 520 days ago
The Sharks question the value of their multi-million dollar investment in Breathometer; the owners of a sock business are concerned about competition; the maker of a gold panning kit needs to create a social media presence.
aired 523 days ago
The entrepreneurs behind Cousins Maine Lobster want to expand into a brick-and-mortar space; Daymond John mentors the young creator of Mo's Bows; the makers of the Bottle Breacher beer bottle opener struggle to fill orders.
aired 527 days ago
The entrepreneurs behind Plated have a chance encounter and a new investment that could revive their dream; Mark Cuban and the owners of The Red Dress Boutique have a disagreement; the latest on Ryan's Ruffery.

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