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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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aired 1 day ago
A spa design for relieving common aches and pains; sustainable protein is created in a lab; a kid's reward system; a simple device for capturing frame-worthy pictures; Matt Higgins guest judges.
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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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A device that simplifies potty training; a mashup of brownies and cookies; an update on an inspirational toy business.
aired 2 days ago
Healthy vegan soups; a tool that makes it simpler to invest in crypto-currency; a chef from New York wants to expand his vegan sushi restaurants; siblings from Long Island, New York, present the product invented by their late father.
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A dating app that introduces singles to friends of friends; an app that helps schedule delivery times; a shirt designed to make the wearer look thinner; a new way to eat a bagel.
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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 3 days ago
A sustainable soil replacement for peat moss; sweet-flavored wipes for cleaning kids' faces; a safer way to connect electrical wires; a digital text technology.
aired 4 days ago
An innovative storm shelter/safe house; fresh baby food that gives babies a more sophisticated palette; a multipurpose container protects sandwiches; a solution to stinky feet; updates on Snarky Teas and No Mo-Stache; Charles Barkley guest judges.
aired 4 days ago
Active members of the military and veterans present their products, which include handbags made of upcycled military materials, gloves that work wirelessly with cellphones, and a personal organization business; checking in with the owner of Turbopup.
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Two Texas bicyclists have an idea for a hand degreaser; a college student is passionate about his environmentally friendly clothing line; the sharks find out if lifelong entrepreneur Cactus Jack lost at least 35 pounds to seal a deal.
aired 5 days ago
A juice and smoothie cart powered by a vintage bicycle; classes that teach people how to pick locks, escape from handcuffs and disappear; a high-energy, zero-impact fitness program based on yoga; a breakfast brand featuring Southern specialties.
aired 5 days ago
All-female golf caddy company; a couple with a safer way for kids to bounce; a spin on a classic faceware accessory; haunted hayride update.
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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 5 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 5 days ago
Former Google executive Chris Sacca is a guest shark; two sisters pitch a tech education business; a specialized version of a popular home-rental website; a unique twist on a popular hot drink; a device that can inflate objects in seconds.
aired 5 days ago
Franchised art studios; a notebook that sends writing wirelessly; hair products infused with pheromones; a recap highlighting the Sharks' inspirational stories.
aired 8 days ago
Animator Seth MacFarlane shows his support for a man who designed a new fly trap; multi-functional child cover; food storage container; follow-up on a manicure system.
aired 8 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 8 days ago
A solution to combat telemarketers and scammers; an easy-to-use 3D printer for kids to design and make their own toys; a savings and gifting online platform for kids; ethical and customizable meat box subscription delivery service.
aired 9 days ago
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.
aired 9 days ago
A mobile wedding service; inspirational toys; a more precise golf club; an update on Lani Lazzari's sugar scrub business.

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