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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.

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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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An entrepreneur refuses an offer for personal reasons; healthy treats made for women; a returning entrepreneur gets a second chance.
aired 4 days ago
A woman demonstrates her hair products by cutting her own hair; a baker with a healthy frosting creation; a sister and brother duo pitch their jewelry business.
aired 9 days ago
An Oregon mom has a stylish clothing line for little ones; an 18-year-old from New York tries to spread his passion for maple syrup; a Texas woman has a multi-use kitchen accessory; an Oregon man creates a new kind of tag for dog lovers.
aired 9 days ago
Sleep-away camp for adults; a 15-year-old who created better equipment for her favorite sport; a revamped version of the pinball machine.
aired 12 days ago
A cure for cellphone addiction; a toy that educates children; accessories for pets; smart tool box; Lori Greiner takes 10 of her entrepreneurs to the Orgill trade show.
aired 12 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 20 days ago
Entrepreneurs rent tiny houses in the woods; snack chips made with cricket flour; earplugs for listening to music filter out damaging levels of sound; a modern version of a favorite childhood toy; a profile of Barbara Corcoran.
aired 22 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 22 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 22 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 24 days ago
A solution to underarm sweat marks and stains; a belt buckle that doubles as a wallet; a business that helps empower farmers in a war-torn country by helping them cultivate and harvest saffron; multi-purpose mixing bowls.
aired 24 days ago
Millennial entrepreneurs pitch business ideas including food supplements, drone pilot training and educational courses, elephant-themed apparel and stylish beach towels.
aired 26 days ago
Durable bags made out of the material that protects on the front lines of firefighting; a vibrating mat that helps calm babies; an ointment made from essential oils; a natural snack made with acai.
aired 35 days ago
A cooler that keeps multiple drinks separated within one cold container; stylish baby mats; portable pressurized shower kit; folding smart-cart; follow-up with the owners of the Tom & Chee grilled cheese business.
aired 38 days ago
A tasty improvement on the ice cream cone; a stroller with an athletic twist; a new line of child products to make parents' lives easier; a music-magic spectacle; Gameday Couture follow-up.
aired 40 days ago
A man has a new way to check a pet's health with a phone; an engaged couple hope to make a deal for their hand-held surfing boards; two men provide female consumers with a stylish way to listen to music.
aired 47 days ago
A technology that makes house hunting more convenient; a lemonade stand business; multi-functional covers for infant car seats; Korean barbecue restaurant and food truck business; follow-up with a weekend rental home business.
aired 53 days ago
Pro football player Antonio Brown touts personalized shoe slides; an app that can stop cyber-bullying messages; a beer dispenser that makes bottled and canned beer taste like draft; chicken soup business; update on an SAT prep course business.
aired 54 days ago
Products include an eco-friendly cooking grease disposal system; block toys; stylish nursing apparel for breast-feeding moms; a modern twist on legwarmers.
aired 56 days ago
Faux flower business; mercury level tester; fashion for social media generation.

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