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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

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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.
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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 4 days ago
Wally Amos showcases his new brand of cookies; sisters from Florida pitch swimsuits for moms; two Colorado men show off an invention that can save damaged tech devices; a couple from Florida make safety light clips for running shoes.
aired 4 days ago
Equipment for people who want to run a crane or crush a car; a protein-filled pancake mix; keeping ties looking sharp; checking in with Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac of Cousins Maine Lobster.
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A subscription service that teaches children to code; an app that allows children to use a plush toy to send and receive voicemail; software that automates plant care; an app and website that allows customers to book a day room at a hotel.
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A college student who earned a perfect score on the SATs wants to help others increase their scores; sports bra; high-tech backpack company; a cooling appliance for outdoor use; an update on Chapul Cricket Bars.
aired 8 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 8 days ago
A dual-use breath freshener; a functional placemat for children; a subscription service for ugly produce; checking in with the Houston-based founders of LuminAid.
aired 10 days ago
Faux flower business; mercury level tester; fashion for social media generation.
aired 12 days ago
A teenage environmentalist has the answer to plastic bottles; a former soap opera actress seeks a deal for her one-piece swimsuit; exercise playlists; exposing what is lurking inside a mattress; checking in with Signal Vault.
aired 13 days ago
A line of dolls; cat companion products; an online shop for replacing men's undergarments; a patriotic coffee business; a follow-up with Naushad Ali about his product called Drain Strain.
aired 15 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 15 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.
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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.
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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 15 days ago
Millenial entrepreneurs present their ideas, including a product thought to be a college dorm room essential, and a formula to remedy shrunken sweaters; the sharks meet President Barack Obama.
aired 17 days ago
Heat and eat paleo meals; a high-tech device for catching fish; reusable magnet stickers for hanging art; customized lapels turn a suit jacket into a tuxedo; an update on the motion-activated toilet-bowl light that Kevin O'Leary invested in.
aired 17 days ago
Franchised art studios; a notebook that sends writing wirelessly; hair products infused with pheromones; a recap highlighting the Sharks' inspirational stories.
aired 17 days ago
A motion-activated LED light that attaches to toilet bowls; an alternative to traditional beer; vibrant fashions with unique flair; interactive and innovative pet toys; an update on the Lose 12 Inches workout program.
aired 19 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 19 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.

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