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Budding entrepreneurs get the chance to bring their dreams to fruition in this reality show from executive producer Mark Burnett. They present their ideas to the sharks in the tank -- five titans of industry who made their own dreams a reality and turned their ideas into lucrative empires. The contestants try to convince any one of the sharks to invest money in their idea. When more than one of the sharks decide they want a piece of the action, a bidding war can erupt, driving up the price of the investment.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Franchised art studios; a notebook that sends writing wirelessly; hair products infused with pheromones; a recap highlighting the Sharks' inspirational stories.
aired 5 days ago
Eyewear designed to eliminate eyestrain; an avocado bar serves as healthy fast food; a portable solar cooker; an all-natural beverage; an update on Honeyfund, a unique wedding gift registry that helps couples raise funds for their dream honeymoon.
aired 5 days ago
Premium shirts for men less than 5'8" tall; a high-end photo booth makes all subjects look attractive; no-drill, no-hole curtain rod brackets; a personal flotation device with multifunctional options.
aired 6 days ago
A healthy smoked fish dip; a hair and beard cutting template; a stuffed animal/blanket hybrid; a wine bottle chiller; entrepreneur Aaron Krause pitches a follow-up product to Lori.
aired 6 days ago
A subscription service for puppy products; a woman hopes to popularize algae as a nutritional supplement; apparel designed for athletic builds; fishing line cutting tool; follow-up with Bantam Bagels.
aired 6 days ago
A pimple-popping simulator; subscription service for ready-to-warm meals for kids; Bollywood-inspired dance fitness program; an all-natural sparkling probiotic product.
aired 10 days ago
A fitness apparel line that caters to women; no-spill, portable, stem-less wine glasses; rescue signal; slash-proof and water-resistant backpacks; PRX Performance follow-up.
aired 12 days ago
Seafood breading mix; a pet communication invention; a re-engineered bathrobe; men's long hair needs; an update on Brightwheel, a software solution for early education.
aired 12 days ago
A guilt-free sweet treat; a solution when taking a shower isn't possible; a pricing tool that collects spare change to help student loan borrowers; technology for securing and swapping weights quickly and safely; an update on The Bouqs.
aired 12 days ago
An ingenious kitchen tool that deals with the splatter that sprays in the kitchen during cooking; a special stroller that allows caregivers to also fit in a workout; men's garment.
aired 12 days ago
Three entrepreneurs from California are redefining the art of gifting; a life jacket that is easier to use; an online clothing company with products from Africa; an all-in-one, self-protective silicone infant pacifier; an update on Drop Stop.
aired 12 days ago
A line of flatware, cups and plates that allows hands-free eating; an air-tight, self-sealing zip-top bag made of silicone; an improvement on nap time; non-toxic, super hydrophobic spray.
aired 13 days ago
Products include the first all-electric free car-sharing service; a program allows parents and caregivers to discover, book and attend affordable family activities; a product that turns regular bikes into electric bikes; digital baby journal.
aired 13 days ago
Products featured include a high-tech way to make children's storytime more magical, functional clothing for new dads, a solution for clogged drains, and an improved workout device; the founder of Spanx.
aired 13 days ago
A high-performance problem-solver; a DNA test that aids in medical research; a high-tech solution for a common chore; a man encourages girls to study coding and technology; a returning entrepreneur showcases his improved home security product.
aired 13 days ago
A healthy, hydrating treat for thirsty dogs; a convenient portable outdoor fire; a tree-made product; a healthy meal concept; an update on Benjilock.
aired 13 days ago
Products featured include a skateboard storage solution, a human flight experience, outdoor camping gear, and a meditation app.
aired 14 days ago
A line of "manscaping" products; a new way to get refreshed; a sweet treat that complies with the keto diet; an immigrant from Vietnam pitches his buttery-soft dress shirts, bringing along an unlikely celebrity partner.
aired 14 days ago
Professional football player Rob Gronkowski and his brothers pitch an insulated sports bottle; a tool that quickly soothes foot pain; a twist on a popular snack; an innovative way to keep belongings safe.
aired 17 days ago
TV personality Bethenny Frankel; a brand of teas with attitude; a solution to messy diaper changes; a technology that can improve sleep and reduce stress.
aired 17 days ago
A wine for cats; a portable shelter; a maintenance-free way to make anyone a gardening guru; a new take on the chopstick; follow-up with the inventors of Dude Products.

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