Original Series
Studio: ABC

“Shark Tank,” the critically acclaimed and multi-Emmy® Award-winning entrepreneurial-themed reality show that has reinvigorated entrepreneurship in America, returns to The ABC Television Network this fall for its 10th season.

Shark Tank Episode List

Season 11

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
245/15/2020Dreamland Baby, The Mad Optimist, RollinGreens, Yellow Leaf HammocksA mom from Danville, California, believes she has the solution to help your babies sleep through the night. Entrepreneurs from Bloomington, Indiana, introduce the Sharks to their ethical business model for their personalized body care brand; while a husband and wife from Boulder, Colorado, pitch their healthier plant-based alternative of a favorite comfort food. Entrepreneurs from San Francisco, California, present their stylish and ethically minded version of a comfortable outdoor accessory.
235/13/2020Episode 23An ingenious line of office products that makes working or learning more functional and eco-friendly; a safety product for saving lives; a healthy take on a favorite childhood drink; the future of restaurants; Rohan Oza guest judges.
225/8/2020Tough Tie, Lord von Schmitt, DadWare, Potty SafeA pair of entrepreneurs from Mesa, Arizona, hope to sell millennials on a modern version of a fading fashion trend for men. An eccentric crafter from Nevada City, California, pitches the Sharks on investing in his far-out textiles brand. A father from North Hollywood, California, showcases his clothing design which helps to comfortably bring dads and their babies closer together, while a husband and wife from Exeter, Missouri, have a solution to one of childhood’s messiest milestones.
215/6/2020A device created to bring a robot revolution to children’s education.A gadget designed to safely and quickly get children in and out of a car; a lower-cost computer for kids; a data-driven approach to skin care; a device created to bring a robot revolution to children’s education; Anne Wojcicki guest sharks.
205/1/2020A unique approach to exercise classes.A fried food empire; a gardening product; a unique approach to exercise classes; a service that connects customers with local artists.
194/10/2020A play-driven environment for kids.An entrepreneur wants to get into the cheese business; an energy product to keep people awake and alert on the go; a play-driven environment for kids; a garden product designed to keep homes free of pests; Daniel Lubetzky guest judges.
184/3/2020Episode 18A group of entrepreneurs from Belleville, New Jersey, introduce their footwear brand dedicated to reinventing the traditional house slipper into your favorite sneaker. A former “Shark Tank” entrepreneur from San Diego, California, returns to the tank, this time pitching his online mentoring program that helps high school students and their parents navigate the college admissions process. An entrepreneur from Los Angeles, California, helps you make your bed in a fraction of the time with her bedding product, while a golfer from Pasadena, California, provides a fresh new twist on sports fashion with his apparel line.
173/27/2020Episode 17Pasta by Hudson, Goumi, Critter Pricker, The Frozen Farmer. An Italian cuisine business; a fashion line that provides a functional solution to a common problem for babies; a humane pest control solution; a former beauty queen turns one of the biggest issues in farming into a business opportunity.
163/22/2020Episode 16Friends from Tempe and Phoenix, Arizona, introduce the Sharks to the future with their stylish and affordable mobile real estate concept. An immigrant from Dubai, United Arab Emirates, now based in Boston, Massachusetts, showcases what she thinks is the ideal alternative snack to popcorn – a tasty treat with Indian roots. An entrepreneur from New York City has a sustainable, portable solution to powering small tech devices. Finally, an entrepreneur from Virginia Beach, Virginia, shows he has more than a few tricks up his sleeve as he pitches a new way to ensure safety while using tools.
153/14/2020Episode 15A mother spends a huge amount of money on her healthier beverage alternative for kids; the next Airbnb; a way to maintain calm on car rides with kids; a portable way to maintain authentic flavor when cooking Italian dishes; an update on Everlywell.
143/7/2020Episode 14Remembering passed loved ones by turning their ashes into diamonds; an improved version of a men’s fashion staple; wireless charging innovation; solving the mystery of the missing baby sock.
132/28/2020Episode 13A couple pitches their design that adds resistance to workout. Then, entrepreneurs attempt to get the Sharks to bite on their product.
121/19/2020Episode 12A healthy coconut beverage; a unique twist to a typical household item; a food allergy prevention system for babies; a healthy snack product line uses an ancient grain; an update on Nohbo, a personal care product.
111/12/2020Wise Pocket Products, Kreyol Essence, LoveSync, Wanna DateA 13-year-old entrepreneur from Bentonville, Arkansas, introduces the Sharks to her stylish and innovative line of socks that help hold important items close all while giving back. A couple from Miami, Florida, present their all-natural and ethical beauty product line, while a husband and wife duo from Cleveland, Ohio, hope the Sharks will invest in their sexy technological device which will help couples turn missed opportunities into more romance. Finally, an entrepreneur from New York City pitches her vegan alternative to nut butters with her sweet and healthy line of spreads.
101/5/2020Episode 10A mother-daughter duo from Atlanta, Georgia, introduce the Sharks to their baby product that makes baby-travel less stressful by helping them sleep more restful. An entrepreneur from Mount Pleasant, Utah, introduces his cold-weather clothing line that keeps you warm, even when wet. While entrepreneurs from Happy Valley, Oregon, hope their portable transportation device will become the next multimillion-dollar hit. Finally, an entrepreneur from South Murrysville, Pennsylvania, pitches his genius innovation in window screens.
912/1/2019Episode 9A patented system for easily decorating and setting up a Christmas tree in minutes; fun body decor; an outdoor gear and apparel rental service; an innovative tool to make holiday gift wrapping easier; an update on Hire Santa.
811/17/2019Episode 8A cutting-edge stem cell technology to save pets from diseases; a healthier alternative to a traditional style deli meat; a multifunctional exercise device; an innovation in outdoor furniture.
711/10/2019Baubles + Soles, Dog Threads. Peanut Butter Pump, The Yard Milkshake BarKids’ shoes designed to be fashionable and save money; a fashion line for people who want to match their best friends; an interesting kitchen tool; a family introduces their “freak shakes.”
611/3/2019The Measuring Shovel, Pili Hunters, Supply, EZC PakImprovement to a household gardening tool; a food product line featuring a low-carb nut; a safe shaving design; immune support packs designed to reduce unnecessary antibiotic use.
510/27/2019Tailgate N Go, Nerdit Now, GolfKicks, MyoStormA portable product designed to bring all the convenience of a kitchen to the outdoors; a mobile solution to help with gadget repair; a sports design that transforms sneakers into golf shoes; a product that helps relieve body pain.
410/20/2019Bug Bite Thing, Snacklins, Knife Aid, Plop StarKnife sharpening by mail; a device that offers relief from bug bites; a bathroom product to help block odours; a vegan alternative to pork rinds.
310/13/2019Eterneva, Baobab, Aira, Squid SocksA solution to remembering passed loved ones by turning their ashes into diamonds. Redesigned men’s classic fashion staple. Innovation to wireless charging.
210/6/2019Circadian Optics, Boost Oxygen, Face Yoga, Atlas MonroeLight therapy lamp; portable oxygen in a can; an unusual solution to maintaining a youthful appearance; a plant-based version of a guilty pleasure.
19/29/2019Blueland, MinusCal, The Baby Toon, TaDashAn eco-friendly cleaning supply company; a snack bar that blocks the absorption of fat. A redesigned spoon that is safe for babies. A frozen food brand that delivers authentic, plant-based East Mediterranean cuisine. Dan Lubetzky guest judges.

Season 10

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
235/12/2019Episode 23First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Fort Collins, Colorado, who present their fast-casual restaurant focusing on late-night food done right. Entrepreneurs from Lexington, Kentucky, pitch their line of designer bat houses for an effective natural solution to pest control. A husband and wife duo from San Diego, California, introduce their stylish product that keeps your pet safe from predators. Last into the Tank is a world-renowned jiujitsu instructor from Torrance, California, who solves a problem that we never knew we had with his dual fashion design.
225/5/2019Episode 22A modern phone booth design; an unconventional dessert concept; a device helps take condiments on the go; a portable office furniture design; an update on Cup Board Pro, a two-sided bamboo cutting board.
214/28/2019Episode 21A high-tech product to discover hidden secrets about one’s cat; a fashion accessory that helps men look refined; all-electric water sports equipment; a delicious, multipurpose dip; four high school students chat with their favorite shark.
204/21/2019Episode 20A treat that combines two desserts; a modern alternative to ATM machines; a clothing design that combines two trends into one; a hypoallergenic sleeping product.
194/14/2019Episode 19First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Wilmette, Illinois, who introduces his socially interactive, hilarious party game that will reveal much more about your friends than you may want to know. An entrepreneur from Washington, D.C., pitches his customized household product that ensures the safety of your family. An entrepreneur from Tenafly, New Jersey, presents his reusable bottle-emptying device for an easy solution to getting every last drop from your product. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Mountain View, California, who introduces his healthy alternative to soda.
184/7/2019Episode 18A traditional handheld Argentinian snack; a smart security product that helps keep intruders out of the home; a beverage carrier product that keeps items cold; an online tool that helps offer family activities at a discount.
173/24/2019Episode 17First into the Tank are brothers from Richardson, Texas, who introduce their decadent breakfast treat, authentic to a European staple; and entrepreneurs from San Francisco, California, pitch their online fashion trading platform with the aim of helping women save money while also easing the environmental impact of clothing manufacturing. Then, an active duty soldier from Leavenworth, Kansas, presents his idea for everyone to conveniently and affordably have a swimming pool; and last into the Tank is a mom from Los Angeles, California, who pitches her clever twist on a traditional children’s product that is designed to help mom’s on the go.
163/17/2019Episode 16First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Seattle, Washington, who introduce their spa design that relies on innovative, alternative therapy to relieve common aches and pains. An entrepreneur from Oakland, California, is at the forefront of the future of food by creating sustainable protein in a lab. When a family from Shelton, Connecticut, present their kid’s reward system, the kids take over the pitch; and last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from San Diego, California, who pitches his simple but ingenious device which helps you capture frame-worthy pictures with your best friend.
153/10/2019Episode 15First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Arcadia and Folsom, California, who have a solution to fight back against bothersome telemarketers and scammers. Entrepreneurs from Oakland, California, present their easy-to-use 3D printer for kids to design and print their own toys, while an entrepreneur from New York, New York, pitches her savings and gifting online platform to help kids learn to save. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Labelle, Missouri, who familiarizes the Sharks with her ethical and customizable meat box subscription delivery service.
143/3/2019Episode 14First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Raleigh, North Carolina, who introduce their bake-at-home, all-natural treats. Entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, pitch their clean beauty product made specifically for women with curly hair; while entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, present their unique twist on yoga with the help from a surprising source. Last into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Woodstock, Georgia, who pitches her waterproof product that allows you to shower in public with privacy.
131/27/2019Episode 13First into the Tank are entrepreneurs from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, who introduce their innovative storm shelter/safe house design. An entrepreneur from White Plains, New York, presents her fresh baby food that trains babies to acquire a more sophisticated palette. Entrepreneurs from Port Orange, Florida, pitch their multi-use sandwich container product. Last into the Tank are entrepreneurs from New York City and Venice, California, who pitch their space age solution for stinky feet.
121/27/2019Episode 12Entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, and Cour d’Alene, Idaho, who pitch their safety product that helps people travel with their pets; an entrepreneur from Venice Beach introduces his curated wines with straight-forward labels for a snob-free client; an entrepreneur from North Hollywood, Cal., presents his twist on an urban-centric hair product to help amplify natural curls; and an entrepreneur from Oakland provides a subscription service that delivers Montessori Method-approved toys to families.
111/20/2019Episode 11First into the Tank is an entrepreneur from Willis, Texas, who introduces her lay-flat cosmetic bag design that allows for easy access to materials. Entrepreneurs from San Diego, California, pitch their online boutique subscription shave club exclusively intended for women; while entrepreneurs from Basalt, Colorado, and Newport Coast, California, present their functional cat furniture designs which are durable and easy to clean. Last into the Tank is a mom from Palo Alto, California, who provides comfortable and stylish play dresses for mothers with young children.
101/13/2019Episode 10First into the tank are brothers from Provo, Utah, who introduce their fun and adventurous treasure hunt game experience for cities across the country; entrepreneurs from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, and New York City present their line of affordable and ethical streetwear that donates a school uniform to a child for every purchase; cousins from Dallas, Texas, present their eco-friendly product that helps wipe away your bum; entrepreneurs from San Jose, California, pitch their hands-free pet tool that makes bath time easier.
91/6/2019Episode 9First into the Tank is a husband and wife team from Newtown, Connecticut, who pitch their simple and brilliant rooftop assistance design that helps access your vehicle’s roof with one easy step; entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, present their fitness workout that offers a softer, lower impact alternative to the treadmill; a teen entrepreneur from West Bloomfield, Michigan, introduces his solution for making the perfect coffee at home with his cold brew kit; a mom from Walnut Creek, California, presents her simple baby seat that sits right on your hip and makes it easier to carry your baby.
812/9/2018Episode 8A family of entrepreneurs from South Carolina, and Alabama, present a product that satisfies a unique obsession; a husband and wife from New Jersey introduce their subscription service that makes meal time for kids stress-free for parents; an entrepreneur from California pitches his Bollywood-inspired dance fitness program; and a husband and wife from Texas give the Sharks a taste of their probiotic beverage.
712/2/2018Episode 7A large database of Santa entertainers; a solution for carrying skis on the slopes; a twist on gift-giving; a build-your-own oatmeal bar.
611/25/2018Episode 6Former professional baseball player Alex Rodriguez; a dissolvable protein pack product; a dual-purpose strap that keeps valuables safe and secure; a solution to keep a beer bottle cold; a healthy alternative treat; an update on Ice Shaker.
511/18/2018Episode 5First into the tank are brothers from Provo, Utah, who introduce their fun and adventurous treasure hunt game experience for cities across the country; entrepreneurs from Cedarburg, Wisconsin, and New York City present their line of affordable and ethical street wear that donates a school uniform to a child for every purchase; cousins from Dallas, Texas, present their eco-friendly product that helps wipe away your bum; entrepreneurs from San Jose, California, pitch their hands-free pet tool that makes bath time easier.
410/28/2018Episode 4A father-and-son pair from Carlsbad, California, introduce a line of manscaping products for today’s refined man; a husband-and-wife duo from Los Angeles, California, present a new way to get refreshed; a duo from Los Angeles, California, enter the tank to pitch their sweet treat that complies with the keto diet craze; an immigrant from Vietnam pitches the Sharks his buttery-soft dress shirts in hopes of realizing his American dream and brings along an unlikely celebrity partner.
310/21/2018Episode 3Healthy 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.
210/14/2018Episode 2Two brothers introduce a product they claim will solve the issue of pet shedding; an entrepreneur believes he has invented a better way to carry a child’s car seat; a sophisticated version of a traditional snack.
110/7/2018Episode 1A device designed to protect packages from thieves; a nontoxic and nonpermanent adhesive created for kids; an alternative to disposable plastic straws; camping cookware.

Season 9

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
242/25/2018Episode 24An energetic entrepreneur from Key Biscayne, Fla., believes he has the best men’s swimwear; entrepreneurs from Alhambra, Cal., present their “better” version of a popular beauty trend; an entrepreneur from Pinecrest, Fla., pitches a solution for eating pasta without the guilt; and an entrepreneur from Kingwood, Texas, has the cure for the dreaded hangover
232/18/2018Episode 23Entrepreneurs from Amarillo, Texas, introduce their new, fun and exciting way to decorate Easter eggs without all the mess; entrepreneurs from Los Angeles, California, pitch their glue-less, self-clinging, reusable tape invention; an entrepreneur from West Covina, California, shares his line of transportation devices to help people get around efficiently and save money; an entrepreneur from New York City presents his digital tool to turn loose change into effortless money.
222/11/2018Episode 22Eyewear 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.
211/28/2018Episode 21A healthy, hydrating treat for thirsty dogs; a convenient portable outdoor fire; a tree-made product; a healthy meal concept; an update on Benjilock.
201/28/2018Episode 20A 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.
191/21/2018Episode 19An innovative company that is rapidly redefining the art of gifting with the birth of their online platform makes its way into the “Tank” via a trio of entrepreneurs from Orange County, California; two men from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, introduce their coast guard-approved life jacket they feel is easier to use and will save lives; an entrepreneur from Atlanta, Georgia, pitches her online clothing company of products designed and manufactured in Africa; a mom-turned-entrepreneur from Montclair, New Jersey, manages to help create easier lives for parents with her all-in-one, self-protective silicone pacifier.
181/21/2018Episode 18A young entrepreneur from Columbus, Ohio introduces the Sharks to a dynamic pricing tool aimed at Millennials and their spending habits; two entrepreneurs from Park City, Utah and Alexandria, Virginia introduce their revolutionary cleaning tool that they expect will be in every home in the world; and a brother and sister-in-law pair from Medford, Oregon prove that pouring is boring by sharing their original wine product that makes drinking even more fun.
171/14/2018Episode 17An idea for empowering women; a way to ease people into water sports; a food item for breastfeeding moms; an animal-themed pet apparel company.
161/14/2018Episode 16Seafood 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.
151/7/2018Episode 15An entrepreneur from New York City presents an innovative line of flatware, cups and plates that makes eating more hands-free and carefree; the only airtight, self-sealing zip-top bag in the world made entirely of pure silicone with all the benefits of glass is introduced by an entrepreneur from California; an Arlington, Virginia, entrepreneur hopes to take nap time to a whole new level; an entrepreneur from Pennsylvania is hoping to sell the Sharks on his non-toxic, super hydrophobic spray that repels stains.
141/7/2018Episode 14An entrepreneur from Brooklyn, New York, introduces an ingenious kitchen tool that solves one of the biggest gripes in cooking – the splatter that sprays your kitchen and clothes anytime you cook; an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida, invented a special stroller that allows caregivers to also fit in a workout; and entrepreneurs from New York City believe they have created the best men’s garment out there.
1312/3/2017Episode 13A way to keep warm during the holiday season; Christmas tree; dealing with a Christmas nuisance; a direct connection to Santa Claus.
1211/26/2017Episode 12A “hate connection” app; a coconut water-related invention; DIY lab work; and a breakfast-on-the-go idea.
1111/12/2017Episode 11A 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.
1011/12/2017Episode 10A 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.
911/5/2017Episode 9An automatic dog potty system that wraps and then seals the waste to maintain a clean and odor-free home from an entrepreneur in Chicago, Illinois; two entrepreneurs from Phoenix, Arizona, designed an app to make tipping easier; twin entrepreneurs from Sacramento, California, hope to make the world of pickup basketball much simpler; and an invention that absorbs moisture and deodorizes sweaty sports gear from an entrepreneur in Ashburn, Virginia.
811/5/2017Episode 8A woman from Nokomis, Florida, dives into the “snark” tank with her brand of teas, which include ingredients laced with attitude; some Sharks are shocked when two ladies from Los Angeles, California, reveal that all women share a common hairy problem; parents from Albany, Oregon, solved the problem of babies touching the mess during diaper changes; and the Sharks think an entrepreneur from Aurora, Colorado, may be overvaluing his technology that can improve sleep and reduce stress.
711/5/2017Episode 7An entrepreneur from Santa Monica, California, introduces the world’s first all-electric, free car-sharing service; a monthly membership that makes it easy for parents and caregivers to discover, book and attend family activities at an affordable rate, from an entrepreneur in Chicago, Illinois; a Cambridge, Massachusetts, entrepreneur invented a product that can turn any regular bicycle into an electric bike in under one minute; and a digital baby journal that captures memories through text message, from an entrepreneur in Auburndale, Massachusetts
610/29/2017Episode 6A graphic designer and a patent attorney from Olympia, Washington, have a high-tech way to make children’s story time more magical, but the Sharks are skeptical of their business model; a father from Brooklyn, New York, has a brand of functional paternity clothing for new dads; parents from Salem, Utah, bring in their five daughters to showcase a solution to hairy drain problems in the shower and bathtub; and a former pro football player and his business partner pitch a better version of a workout device.

Also, a profile on Sara Blakely, the founder and sole owner of the category-defining company, Spanx, and how her brand was born from a simple goal. She is an advocate of empowering women to be whatever they want to be in order to build successful businesses and create economic opportunity in their communities.

510/22/2017Episode 5Premium 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.
410/15/2017Episode 4Professional 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.
310/8/2017Episode 3Pitches include a product designed to improve the taste of coffee; a trend for those who need to de-stress and improve focus; an item that will allow kids to enjoy brushing their hair; and a solution to a dangerous item people wear.
210/1/2017Episode 2Entrepreneurs create the ultimate survival kits to get through the first 72 hours of an emergency; parents from Crested Butte, Colorado, create a thriving business that is disrupting the snack chip industry; an entrepreneur from Cary, North Carolina, has a wireless microphone that you can throw; and a recent college grad from Hamilton, New York, designs an app that takes the guesswork out of navigating big airports.
110/1/2017Episode 1An 11-year-old inventor from San Clemente, California, recycles a skateboard deck to fit inside lockers and backpacks; an entrepreneur from Meridianville, Alabama, revolutionizes aerial sports; a husband and wife team from Vicksburg, Mississippi create outdoor camping gear; and an entrepreneur from San Francisco, California, claims her five-minute meditation app will help the world reduce stress.

Season 8

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
245/12/2017Episode 24In the season finale, a husband and wife duo from Raleigh, North Carolina, surprise the Sharks when they bring a party atmosphere and a male model into the Tank to show how their franchised art studios work; two men from Melrose, Massachusetts, have a futuristic version of a notebook that sends writing wirelessly, allowing the handwriting to be erased using a microwave oven, a concept the Sharks find both “wacky” and “brilliant”; two entrepreneurs from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, hope to capitalize on the desire to attract a mate with hair-care products infused with pheromones; and a divorced mom from The Poconos, Pennsylvania, shares her philosophy of how she overcame obstacles and pursued her idea of how brides can bag up their wedding gowns so they can use the bathroom on their own. There will also be a recap of season 8’s “Shark Profiles” series.
235/5/2017Episode 23Two entrepreneurs from Placentia, California, pitch their solution to embarrassing underarm sweat marks and stains; brothers and best friends from Walnut Creek, California, believe their belt buckle that doubles as a wallet is the most convenient way to carry your essentials; U.S. Army veterans from Chicago, Illinois, hope to empower farmers in a war-torn co
224/21/2017Episode 22Newlyweds and bodybuilders from Dallas, Texas, married strength with glamour and created a fitness apparel line that caters to the woman who loves building her booty; two friends from San Marcos, California, need the Sharks’ help to grow their no-spill, portable and stem-less wine glass business; a Ph.D. scientist and big-wave surfer from Honolulu, Hawaii
214/14/2017Episode 21To show how their smartphone app can improve personal security, two entrepreneurs from Chicago, Illinois, bring a live guard llama into the Tank; two entrepreneurs from Irvine,..
204/7/2017Episode 20A former pet food company salesman from Denver, Colorado, has a unique addition to the beverage industry with a wine for cats; a soccer dad from Cincinnati, Ohio, shares his gut-wrenching story about how he designed a portable shelter that ensures you’re covered wherever you go; an architect and environmentalist from Middlebury, Vermont, used his skills to d more
193/3/2017Episode 19An entrepreneur from Santa Maria, California, shows the Sharks his product that takes the love of wine to the next level; an ophthalmologist and working mom from San Diego, California, impresses the Sharks with how she found time to create a special tool that helps women everywhere; two brothers from Agoura Hills, California, recycle old billboards that would otherwise go into landfills to make one-of-a-kind accessories, from wallets to surfboard covers; and the Sharks have high compliments for a man from San Francisco, California, and his revolutionary lozenges that can prevent overeating, master portion control and curb snacking. Also, in the fifth Shark profile, technology innovator and cybersecurity expert Robert Herjavec says “entrepreneurship is the great equalizer.” Herjavec recalls how he arrived to North America from Eastern Europe with his parents after escaping Communism in the former Yugoslavia, and reveals what motivates him to succeed every day.
182/24/2017Episode 18A former tech consultant-turned-chef and a former strategy and operations consultant from San Diego, California, who believe their tasty, artificial-free nutrients are the future of food supplements; a woman from Scranton, Pennsylvania, who comes from a family of entrepreneurs, needs a Shark to propel her training and educational courses for would-be drone pilots; two college friends now living in Brooklyn, New York, seek to help the animals that inspired their company with elephant-themed apparel; and three beach lovers from San Diego, California, introduce a stylish option to the standard beach towel, with proceeds helping to preserve marine life. Also, an update from Bombas, a sock company with a social mission which Daymond John invested in during season 6.
172/17/2017Episode 17A 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.
162/10/2017Episode 16Durable 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.
152/3/2017Episode 15A 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.
141/27/2017Episode 14Entrepreneurs 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.
131/13/2017Episode 13Products include an eco-friendly cooking grease disposal system; block toys; stylish nursing apparel for breast-feeding moms; a modern twist on legwarmers.
121/6/2017Episode 12A 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.
1112/9/2016Episode 11An entrepreneurial single mom who works with Santa Claus to reply to children’s letters, complete with the North Pole postmark; an 83-year-old Ironman triathlon competitor from Malibu, California, and his millennial-aged business partner from Sandy, Utah, who invented a more functional winter glove; and two men from Glendale Heights, Illinois, who aim to make gift-giving more personalized with their product. Also, a “Shark Profile” on billionaire Mark Cuban.
1012/2/2016Episode 10When an entrepreneurial team from Santa Cruz, California, leaves the Tank to discuss an offer for their electric skateboard business, they get a surprise from the Sharks upon their return; an MIT grad from San Francisco, California, gave up a high-paying consultant job to focus on making human-quality pet food delivered fresh to your door; a duo from San Francisco, California, has a new generation of chewable coffee products made to optimize physical and mental function; and a former restaurateur and her husband designed a product that makes gourmet at-home cooking a breeze. Also, a follow-up on mother-daughter team Linda Clark & Gloria Hoffman from the Denver, Colorado, area and their Simply Fit Board, which Lori Greiner invested in during season seven
911/18/2016Barbell, PupBox, Line Cutterz, Energybits
811/11/2016Episode 8A Dallas, Texas, real-estate broker’s pitch leads to a battle of billionaires about his business model for a technology that makes house hunting more convenient; an impressive 10-year-old kidpreneur from Broomfield, Colorado, created a lemonade-stand business to help other kids start their own businesses while having fun and making money; fueled by her pursuit of the American dream, a mother from Allen, Texas, designs Made in America multi-functional covers for infant car seats; and the third “Shark Tank” tryout was the charm for a tenacious man from Austin, Texas, to get the chance to pitch the Sharks his Korean BBQ fusion restaurant food-truck business. Also, a follow-up with Michael Doyle and Thomas “Drew” Mitchell from Chicago, Illinois, and their weekend rental-home business, Rent Like a Champion, which Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca invested in during season seven.
711/4/2016Episode 7A woman from West Haven, Utah, had to sell off 75% of her faux flower business in order to keep it alive; two men from Sausalito, California, pitch a way to test mercury levels in a single fish; a former corporate executive from Houston, Texas, has a platform to help people pursue their passions; and a millennial from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is looking to finance her fashion brand geared toward the social media generation. Also, an update on Wicked Good Cupcakes, which Kevin O’Leary invested in during season 4.
610/28/2016Joyce’s LuLu Bang, unPack, Sunscreenr, Potato ParcelA young man and his business partner from Carrollton, Texas, pitch an unusual twist to a common vegetable; two sisters from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, get a Shark to proclaim that their barbeque sauce “could bring a tear to a glass eye;” two millennial entrepreneurs have a way to alleviate the hassle of luggage and packing; and a biochemist from Chapel Hill, North Carolina, can make the invisible visible with a device that ensures sun protection. Also, an update on the Grace & Lace accessory line, which Barbara Corcoran invested in during season 5.
510/21/2016Episode 5A stay-at-home mom pitches her stylish clothing line for little ones; an 18-year-old hopes the Sharks can help spread his delicious maple syrup products to tables across America; a woman has risked everything for her simple and smart multi-use kitchen accessory; and a young man created a new type of tag for dog lovers. Also, a profile on Kevin O’Leary reveals a lesser-known side of the Shark also known as “Mr. Wonderful.”
410/15/2016Episode 4Two sister kidpreneurs might just dance their way into the Sharks’ hearts with their body sprays and lotions designed just for tween and teen girls; a 3rd-generation chocolatier hopes the Sharks will bite into a family business that manufactures candy with a toy inside; the Sharks encourage a veteran food entrepreneur to make counter offers for his device that instantly turns a stick of butter into a spray; two experienced entrepreneurs have the Sharks swooning over their ingenious invention that makes high heels more functional and comfortable. Also, an update on Natural Grip, the non-slip protective glove for workouts that Robert Herjavec invested in during season 6.
310/8/2016Episode 3Cookie legend Wally Amos hopes his new brand of cookies duplicates his past success; two sisters share an emotional story while pitching their swimsuits for moms; two men drop their own cell phone into a toilet to prove their invention can save damaged tech devices; and a bidding war ensues among the Sharks with a married couple who stumbled upon the bright idea of putting safety light clips on running shoes.
210/1/2016Episode 2A self-proclaimed “culinary ninja” gives a poetic pitch for his delicious heat-and-eat paleo meals; a proud father and his 17-year-old son hope their high-tech device designed for catching fish hooks them an investment from the Sharks; a mother who has designed removable and reusable magnet stickers for hanging art; an energetic entrepreneur sells the Sharks on how he can turn a suit jacket into a tuxedo with customized lapels. Also, an update on the motion-activated toilet-bowl light, IllumiBowl, that Kevin O’Leary invested in during season 7.
19/24/2016Episode 1Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown touts the benefits of personalized shoe slides; a 16-year-old high school junior impresses the Sharks with an app that can stop cyberbullying messages before the damage can be done; two men designed an ingenious at-home beer dispenser that uses sound waves to makes bottled and canned beer taste like draft; a woman proposes sending heartwarming chicken soup. Also, an update on 2400 Expert, an SAT prep course in which Mark Cuban invested during season seven.

Season 7

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
295/20/2016Episode 29A woman hopes the Sharks will make a deal for her chocolate treats that are perfect for women who want to satisfy cravings; a Season 4 entrepreneur returns for a second chance to pitch the Shark’s his new business, a line of men’s hair products; a man who is desperate for capital, plans to warm the Sharks’ hearts with an app that allows users to electronically send handwritten cards; and a man believes he has created a unique way to break bad habits with self-zapping wristbands. Also, recaps and updates featuring the various entrepreneurs that appeared during Season 7.
285/13/2016Episode 28Sleep-away camp for adults; a 15-year-old who created better equipment for her favorite sport; a revamped version of the pinball machine.
275/6/2016Episode 27A 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.
264/29/2016Episode 26All-in-one early education solution; fashion networking mobile app; umbrella entrepreneurs; a way to get kids to eat healthier.
254/22/2016Episode 25Two high school freshmen pitch a tasty way to improve the ice cream cone; an entrepreneur presents a reinvented kid stroller with an athletic twist; a woman hopes to make the lives of parents easier with her line of child products; and a magician duo performs a music-magic entertainment spectacle, but will the Sharks see through the illusion? Also, an update on Gameday Couture, the fashionable women’s gameday apparel, which Mark Cuban invested in during Season 6.
244/15/2016Episode 24A 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.
234/8/2016Episode 23A 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.
223/18/2016Episode 22A product that keeps beer cold longer; a new twist to the vending machine; pet-safe bug repellents; vegetable smoothies; an update on Wombi Rose and LovePop.
213/11/2016Episode 21Two men put going to the bathroom at night in a whole new light when their motion-activated LED light is attached to the toilet bowl; two guys use 21st century technology and the power of crowd sourcing to create an alternative to traditional beer; a self-proclaimed introvert wants to combat blah-looking clothes with vibrant fashions full of unusual flair; and two animal lovers present their interactive and innovative pet toys. Also, an update on the “Lose 12 Inches” workout program that teaches people how to exercise in their heart rate zone, in which Daymond John invested in during Season 4.
202/26/2016Episode 20A woman pitches a product that can relieve back pain; a brother and sister team have a cool way to reduce inflammation in the body; a mechanical engineer hopes to lock in a deal with his high-tech bike lock; and a woman shares her passion about her gourmet tea shots that can be prepared just like espresso drinks. Also, an update on PiperWai, an all-natural deodorant made from activated charcoal, in which Barbara Corcoran invested in during Season 7.
192/21/2016Insta-Fire, Custard Stand, PRxPerformance, Rags to RachesIn this patriotic episode, entrepreneurs try to sell the Sharks on their made-in-America products. Two business partners believe they have created the perfect fire-starting solution; a small-town couple built their successful family-owned restaurant from the ground up and now want to sell their most popular item across the country; two fitness buffs are confident that their space-saving equipment will transform the way Americans work out at home; Plus, a follow-up on Three Jerks Jerky in which Daymond John invested earlier this season.
182/19/2016Sworkit, The Clean Sleep Machine, TUTUblue, NohboA 16-year-old environmentalist has an eco-friendly way to say goodbye to plastic bottles; a former soap star villainess wants the sharks to make a deal with her one-piece swimsuit that can keep you sun-safe and stylish; two men pitch an app that creates exercise playlists for the everyday person; and a man promises to expose the hidden, dirty secrets lurking in your mattress. Plus, a follow-up on Signal Vault that protects consumers from crowd-hack-attacks, in which Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 7.
172/12/2016SmartPlate, Bee Free Honee, Float Baby, MTailorAn entrepreneur pitches a smart plate containing food-recognition technology that could solve all your dieting problems; two energetic women have created a sweetener that tastes like honey, but is not made by bees; the Sharks crack up at the sight of an entrepreneur’s unique spa business for babies; and a perhaps too-confident Stanford grad believes he’s at the forefront of where high tech meets fashion for men’s custom shirts. In a follow-up on Ilumi, the company in which Mark Cuban invested in during Season 5, we see how their wirelessly controlled LED lights have illuminated the business world.
162/5/2016R. Riveter, BearTek, Major Mom, Combat Flip FlopsVeteran and military spouse entrepreneurs try to enlist the Sharks’ investments. Two military spouses have built a handbag empire using upcycled military materials and piecework from other military spouses. A former Marine and his business partner cousin try to sell the Sharks on their gloves that put wireless control of your phone at your fingertips. A former Air Force Major looks to franchise her personal organization business. Two veteran army rangers tout their product line, which empowers locals who make “cool products in dangerous places”. “Shark Tank” revisits Air Force veteran owner of Turbopup, the canine meal bars, in which Daymond John invested last season.
151/29/2016Shefit, CO.ALITION, IcyBreeze, 2400 ExpertA college student who earned a perfect SAT score wants to expand his business to help others increase their test scores. Husband and wife exercise enthusiasts believe they have created the ideal sports bra; two millennials want to sell the sharks on a high-tech backpack company but plan on keeping their lucrative other backpack company for themselves; and a serial entrepreneur and his two business partners have invested a staggering amount on a cooling appliance for outdoor use. Also, an update on Chapul Cricket Bars, in which Mark Cuban invested during Season 5.
141/15/2016Hatch Baby, Village Scholarships, Fixed, Beard KingSilicon Valley venture capitalist, Chris Sacca, returns to the Tank as a Guest Shark. A husband and wife team has a device for babies to stay on track and parents to stay sane; entrepreneurial twins have an online business that can ease the pain of paying for college; and a man has a tech solution to the dreaded parking ticket. Plus, a follow up on Rugged Races, the events company in which Mark Cuban invested during Season 5.
131/8/2016Spretz, ezpz, Hungry Harvest, Controlled ChaosThree friends try to sell the sharks on a breath freshener that has dual uses; a woman seeks a huge valuation for a functional kid’s placemat; and a 23-year-old man wants to fight hunger and help the environment with his “ugly” produce subscription service. Plus, a follow up on LuminAid, inflatable, solar-powered lights in which Mark Cuban invested during Season 6.
121/5/2016Extreme Sandbox, ABS Pancakes, Total Tie Keep, FireAvertA father of three created a heavy-equipment adventure company that includes running a crane or crushing a car; a duo pitch a protein-filled pancake mix; A Secret Service agent has a solution for men who want to keep their ties looking sharp; and a follow-up on Cousins Maine Lobster, in which Barbara Corcoran invested during Season 4.
1112/11/2015GeekMyTree, Beard Head, Lovepop, PiperWaiA Christmas-decorating aficionado has a high-tech way to deck the halls with animated glow balls and synchronized musical trees; an entrepreneur has whimsical knit hats, complete with detachable facemask; two Harvard grads have a line of ornate, pop-up greeting cards for all occasions; and two women demonstrate their all-natural deodorant made from activated charcoal. Plus, Daymond John gives a workshop to the principals of four of his companies – Bombas Socks, Sunstaches, Myself Belts, and Cozy Bugs – and brings out chef Rocco DiSpirito to provide some delicious inspiration.
1012/4/2015Leaux Racing Trikes, Glow Recipe, Sarah Oliver Handbags, TrunksterAn entrepreneur uses an unique labor force to create her product, the sharks go on a crazy ride when a college student brings a grown up version of a favorite childhood toy, and beauty industry experts bring innovations from the secret epicenter of beauty. Also, an update on Happy Feet that Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 5.
911/20/2015National Association of Bubble Soccer, Umano, Brazi Bites, SockTABSWhen an entrepreneur brings in a new recreational sport to the tank, the sharks get a chance to suit up and ram into each other with reckless abandon; two brothers designed a fashion brand enabling the wearer to do good while looking good; and a couple have a solution to the mystery of the missing sock. Also, an update on Mensch On A Bench that Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 6.
811/13/2015AfreSHeet, Unshrinkit, Grip Clean, PolarPro, and Sharks at the White HouseThis episode features all millennial entrepreneurs. A man has a product he believes is essential in every college dorm room; two Harvard grads transform shrunken sweaters back to their original sizes; and a surfer dude surprises the Sharks with a lucrative proposition. Also, the Sharks are invited to The White house to meet President Barack Obama and Daymond John is honored with a Presidential Ambassadorship.
711/6/2015Jimmy Kimmel and Guillermo, Wink Frozen Desserts, Saavy Naturals, Clean Cube, Simply Fit BoardJimmy Kimmel and Guillermo Rodriguez are back with some new ideas; a couple discovered ice cream with only 100 calories per pint; professional chefs present soaps and lotions you can eat; two men have solved the problem of missing deliveries at home; and a mother & daughter pitch a way to stay fit with one simple product. Also, an update on Tipsy Elves that Robert Herjavec invested in during Season 5.
610/30/2015Rent Like a Champion, HotShot, Windcatcher, Stem Center USASilicon Valley venture capitalist, Chris Sacca, joins the Tank as a Guest Shark. He finds himself in a heated battle with Lori over a tech education business; two sports fans have a home rental website; an entrepreneur with a unique twist on everyone’s favorite hot drink; and an inventor has developed a device that can inflate objects in mere seconds. Also, an update on SWAG Essentials, which did not get a deal in the Tank during season 6.
510/23/2015Switch Witch, Three Jerks Jerky, The Skinny Mirror, xCraftThe Sharks start bidding more than the asking price for a product; a pitch prompts a harsh brush-off; managing excess Halloween candy with a children’s book and gifts; premium beef jerky; a mirror designed to build self-esteem.
410/16/2015Table 87, EZPeeZ, milk and brookies, DUDE ProductsA device that helps simplify potty-training; a baked-to-order brownies & cookies mashup. Also, an update on the Roominate inspirational toy business, which Mark Cuban invested in during Season 6.
310/9/2015Guest Shark Troy Carter, Foot Cardigan, Two Guys Bow Ties, ValPark, NerdwaxGuest shark Troy Carter; a sock-of-the-month club; wooden bow ties, lapel accessories and fedoras; a valet and garage parking app; a balm that stops eyeglasses from slipping; an update on some of Kevin O’Leary’s previous deals.
210/2/2015O’Dang Hummus, Mikki Bey Eyelash Extensions, LOLIWARE, SplikityA recent college graduate has a twist on the traditional hummus; a passionate aesthetician pitches her eyelash extensions business; two friends believe their edible cups are a delicious alternative to a disposable version; and two brothers donned tuxedos pitching their solution to the forgotten computer password. Also, an update on The Red Dress Boutique, in which Mark Cuban invested during Season 6.
19/25/2015Season 7 Premiere: Guest Shark Ashton Kutcher, The Beebo, ACTON, McClary Bros., SignalVaultGuest shark Ashton Kutcher shows interest in a device to make baby’s feeding time easier; two men skate into the Tank with some high-tech wearable transportation; a culinary student wants to bring drinking vinegars into the 21st century; and a computer crimes expert protects consumers from crowd-hack-attacks on credit cards. Also: an update on two of Barbara Corcoran’s Season 6 deals: Pipcorn, the organic mini-popcorn snack, and Scratch & Grain, a healthier way to bake homemade cookies from scratch.

Season 6

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
295/15/2015Week 28Nick Woodman; a cafe where the patrons enjoy the company of rescue cats; electric compact vehicle.
285/8/2015Week 27A very life-like, synthetic human for medical testing; personalized super hero action figures; an affordable online service to help you quickly achieve a high-end interior room design; a sunscreen full-body misting device; Also, an update on the Squatty Potty, that Barbara Corcoran invested in during Season 6.
275/1/2015Week 26Pat Boone and a man from Vermont present a new eco-friendly car that runs on compressed air.
264/24/2015Week 25Collectibles for super fans of celebrities; a mobile app for reserving a barstool on busy nights; a men’s clothing line that is made in America; a revolutionary high-tech insole for shoes. Also: an update on Pork Barrel BBQ that Barbara invested in during season 1.
254/17/2015Week 24A sustainable soil replacement for peat moss; sweet-flavored wipes for cleaning kids’ faces.
244/10/2015Week 23A mom from Atlanta, GA has the solution to the lost pacifier problem; a beekeeper from Portland, OR wants the Sharks to invest in his hives; a Palm Beach, FL entrepreneur sells customized stuffed animals; two men from Chicago, IL and Indianapolis, IN tout their super-comfortable lightweight running shoes. In addition, Barbara Corcoran follows up with this season’s 13-year-old Andrea Hirzel Cao and her mom, Hong Cao, creators of Q Flex.
233/20/2015Week 22A 14-year old entrepreneur from Spokane, WA, offers her product which gives pet owners a way to videochat with their animals; a New York-based entrepreneur has a hometown t-shirt that has over $1 million in sales; another New Yorker with proprietary software to manage your online and social reputation; and Barbara Corcoran gathers some of her most successful entrepreneurs for a ski getaway.
223/13/2015Week 21A cattleman from Peoria, Ill., returns to show the Sharks what he has learned about the gourmet meat business since he first appeared on the show during Season 4. Also: a lingerie line that’s sewn by women in need; and an update on Barbara Corcoran’s Season 6 investment in Pipcorn.
213/6/2015Week 20Everything pitched to the Sharks is made in the U.S. Included: custom recruitment clothing for sororities; simple tools, which are used to open a Thai coconut and extract the meat; and an invention that can transform any pickup into a “Truck-U-V.” Also: an update on a teen who runs a designer bow tie company.
202/13/2015Episode 20Customized sandals manufactured in Uganda, giving poor women the opportunity to raise money for college; gold-mining bucket; sports bra; a kit for developing photos with sunlight and transferring images to products.
192/20/2015Episode 19A scholarship app; micro-loans funded by money raised from backpacks made of traditional fabrics from developing countries; update on Bottle Breacher.
182/6/2015Week 17Dog chews made from yak and cow milk are pitched to the Sharks. Other products include colorful lipsticks that are organic; and there’s an update on protein-packed nut spreads invested in by Robert and Mark during Season 4.
172/3/2015A device to eliminate clogged sinks; a real grass delivery service for pets without a yardBased on a Japanese format, this competition based reality show follows hopeful entrepreneurs as they pitch their business ideas to successful, established executives (aka “The Sharks”) in the hope that they can secure funding and turn their ideas into reality
161/30/2015Episode 16Almond water beverage line; eco-friendly pizza box; real estate investing business; cell phone sanitization solution; update on photo-saving product, Groovebook.
151/16/2015Episode 15An elegant lighting solution; wearable sleep technology; a food bar for dogs; actor Dean Cain and MMA fighter Uriah Faber help pitch custom-tailored suits.
141/13/2015Episode 14A vest with a twist that was inspired by a girl’s science project; baking healthy, homemade cookies; a cleaning solution for water bottles; re-usable fabric stickers.
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1212/12/2014Episode 12A stamping kit that proves Santa Claus visited a home; a man hopes his book and plush toy will become part of the Jewish holiday tradition; an easier way to move Christmas lights from storage to display mode; a flexible device that eases pain.
1112/5/2014Week 10: Biaggi, S.W.A.G Essentials, Gameday Couture, ZipzA Brooklyn man pitches his business of foldable, wheeled luggage; a Texas woman makes soaps, washes and grooming products; a fashionable line of sports apparel for women; a single-serve wine product; an update on some of Lori Grenier’s investments.
1011/21/2014Week 9: Kitchen Safe, Off the Cob, Magic Cook, Earth-LogGuest shark Nick Woodman; pitches include a healthier tortilla chip made of fresh sweet corn, manufactured fire logs that are scented, and an update on Tipsy Elves.
911/14/2014November 14, 2014All six sharks share their favorite memories from the series, discuss why they participate in the show, and celebrate with a toast.
811/7/2014Week 7: The Natural Grip, Priority One Canine, Man-PACK, Bottle BreacherEntrepreneurs with military backgrounds present ideas that include nonslip protective gloves for cross-fitness training, an elite canine training program and a bottle opener made of recycled.50 caliber shells.
710/31/2014Week 6: Titin, Beardbrand, Singtrix, Myself BeltsThe Sharks hear a pitch for hypergravity-exercise clothing, as well as a line of products that appeal to fans of facial hair, and a karaoke machine that adds jaw-dropping vocal harmonies to help users sound like their favorite singing stars. Also: belts that are easy for kids to use, and a follow-up on Barbara’s Season 5 investment in a company specializing in hand-knitted socks and leg warmers.
610/24/2014Week 5: Oilerie USA, Honeyfund, EmergenSee, Beatbox Beverages, Jimmy KimmelAn olive oil bar where one can sample oils before purchasing; unique wedding registry idea; a product that can turn a smartphone into a personal security device; boxed wine geared toward millenials; a follow-up on Breathometer.
510/17/2014Week 4: Jungle Jumparoo, The Caddy Girls, Red Dress Boutique, Sun-StachesEntrepreneurs include the owner of an all-female golf caddy company, a couple who believe they have come up with a better, safer way for kids to bounce, and a trio who pitch to the Sharks their fun spin on a classic faceware accessory. Also: an update on Mark Cuban’s $2 million investment in the Los Angeles Haunted Hayride during Season 4.
410/10/2014Week 3: FunCakes Rental, Paper Box Pilots, Tablejacks USA, ReviverThe Sharks consider a business idea for affordable wedding cakes brought to them by a mother and son from Grand Rapids, Mich. Also: a Houston restaurateur with a solution to a common problem encountered while dining out, and an update on a screen repair fix-it kit that Lori invested in during Season 5.
310/3/2014Week 2: SoapSox, Heart Pup, Ninja Cards, DrumPantsStuffed animals that also serve as washcloths; a handmade wearable sling to carry dogs; a darts-like card game.
29/26/2014Season 6 Premiere: Roominate, Wedding Wagon, Floating Mug, Kronos GolfBarbara and Kevin take part in a demonstration for an innovative way to tie the knot, and a Pittsburgh native gives an update on her prospering business of sugar scrubs. Also: Two young women pitch toys designed to empower the next generation of female engineers and innovators, a family man tries to sell his design for a porcelain coffee mug that is both elegant and functional, and a finer, more precise golf putter is presented to the Sharks.
19/26/2014Season 6 Premiere: Sleeping Baby, Hammer & Nails, Amber, BombasA couple from Fort Worth hope to interest the Sharks in their unique way to swaddle a baby. Other pitches include: a nail salon just for men, a better version of the athletic sock, and a free charging station for mobile phones. Also: Mark and Barbara take entrepreneurs to see their products on display at Target stores.

Season 5

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
295/16/2014May 16, 2014Reusable storage box; reinvented cookware; an iPad app that measures foot sizes; a solution to tying water balloons; follow-ups on past entrepreneurs.
285/9/2014May 9, 2014Lighter, healthier wine alternative; deep-sea treasure hunting business; collapsible kayak; decadent cinnamon rolls with a twist; an update on a lobster roll food truck business.
275/2/2014May 2, 2014A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger; tablewear made from renewable plant materials; a follow up of Groovebook.
264/25/2014April 25, 2014An 11-year-old who handcrafts bow ties; a hot beverage made from roasted cocoa beans; nutritional supplements; a 5K obstacle course race.
254/18/2014Episode 25Smart light bulb; high-tech cork replacement; subscription service for children’s books; fort-building construction kits for kids; a follow-up on the Breathometer.
244/11/2014Episode 24A service that helps people find and hire music instructors; a way to stop accidental fire sprinkler activations; a battery charger made using fire and water; all-inclusive project kits; an update on a past investment.
234/10/2014Episode 23Barbara and Lori team up against Robert, Mark and Kevin over an enticing product; whimsical plush slippers; dynamic signage; trousers and leggings that lift the butt; bold-flavored nuts.
224/4/2014April 4, 2014A commerce flower business; anti-aging lifting strips; a breakaway hanger; tablewear made from renewable plant materials; a follow up of Groovebook.
213/21/2014Episode 21Energy bars that include protein from crickets; a garage lock to prevent break-ins; a shower cap that fixes “bedhead”; digital textbook rentals; an update on Fiber Fix.
203/14/2014March 14, 2014Kids and teenagers present ideas that include a way to make drinking water more appealing, a business that tackles electronic waste and spicy-flavored raw honey; an update on Ryan’s Barkery.
193/7/2014Episode 19A bike lighting system; clothing with reinforced knees and built-in squeakers for crawling babies; a shoe buffing pad that attaches to a power drill; modular shoelaces.
182/28/2014Episode 18A unique dating service; eco-friendly bamboo cleaning cloths; a fitted sheet and sleeping bag combo for making beds quickly; a buzzing medical device.
172/21/2014February 21, 2014A 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.
161/31/2014January 31, 2014Guest judge Steve Tisch; one product has all the Sharks interested; gourmet edible cookie dough; organic flavored milk; an app that produces hands-free panoramic picture taking; interactive workout technology; Pro-NRG follow-up.
151/24/2014January 24, 2014Stylish baby shoes; emergency food-replacement pill; children’s swimwear with sun protection; custom playing cards for exercise; Daisy Cakes follow-up.
141/17/2014Episode 14A mask made of Alaskan glacial mud; powerstrips and surge protectors that blend in with hardwood floors; fanciful balloon designs; gourmet grilled cheese business update.
131/10/2014January 10, 2014Mobile fitness company for kids; a way for fixing holes in walls; a solution for photos stacking up on smartphones; webcam privacy shield; Nuts N More update.
1212/13/2013Episode 12Solving a holiday headache with colorful, magnetic strands; an item to bridge the gap for interfaith families; a fun, new take on traditional Christmas sweaters; luxurious clip-in hair extensions.
1112/6/2013Episode 11Boneless baby back ribs that only take two minutes to cook in a microwave; detachable mohawks for kids’ safety helmets; a reality interface for video gamers.
1011/22/2013November 22, 2013Popular knee-high boot socks sold online; a stylish clutch for essential items; a way for kids to create and personalize lunchbox designs; customized chocolate bars; artisan cheese and glazed donut sandwiches.
911/15/2013Episode 9A product that identifies home visitors; sending imaginative toys to kids through a subscription gift service; a slaw/salsa condiment; a cell phone app.
811/8/2013November 8, 2013Helping men with marriage proposals; a baby-bump sound system; a maker of bread puddings seeks an investment in her business; a safe fur color for dogs.
711/1/2013November 1, 2013Safe and natural cleaning products; a party cup with a hidden shot glass; a lightweight, electric bodyboard; a root cover for recently planted trees.
610/25/2013October 25, 2013An entrepreneur accepts an unprecedented deal; a Halloween attraction; a product to help people communicate their feelings.
510/18/2013Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 5
410/11/2013Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 4
310/4/2013Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 3Aromatherapy sprays to help kids afraid of the dark; a carrier for toddlers; protecting hair from cooking fumes; a cooking tray for ramen noodles.
29/27/2013Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 2Chic fashion accessories for dogs; a breathalyzer app; gourmet mango preserves; an update on the creator of spa-quality body scrubs.
19/20/2013Shark Tank Season 5 Episode 1Savory cake balls; upgrading communication between patients and medical professionals; gourmet pickles; a mobile app for sending postcard.

Season 4

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
265/17/2013May 17, 2013 (2)An app that provides international travelers with access to live translators; all-natural dog treats; a dating website designed to attract quality singles; gourmet grilled cheese and tomato sandwiches; Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz (“Phineas and Ferb”).
255/17/2013May 17, 2013 (1)Two women pitch their military-inspired jewelry line; traditional British scone; custom furniture; door-to-door luggage pickup service; update on the Scrub Daddy cleaning tool.
245/10/2013May 10, 2013Teaching kids how to ride a bike that doesn’t have pedals; a movie about motorcycle racing; a hot-pink food truck run by beautiful women; fun photo booths.
235/3/2013May 3, 2013Frozen concentrated gumbo brick; a bird feeder that shocks squirrels; artisan coffee subscription business; wooden home and kitchen items; ECreamery update.
224/26/2013April 26, 2013A fishing bobber made from a shotgun shell; homemade cupcakes in a jar; generating electricity through walking; a belt with no holes; a fitness-based dance program.
214/5/2013April 5, 2013Gourmet meat business; a cooler with interior LED lighting; full-body spandex suit; an advance filter water bottle; follow up on a play and party space for kids from season four.
203/29/2013March 29, 2013Two entrepreneurs try to solve the “carmuter triangle”; an 18-year-old seeks an investment in her natural skincare line of sugar scrubs; shrink-wrap gift bags.
193/8/2013March 8, 2013A workout program that teaches people how to exercise in their heart rate zone; throwing dance parties for kids with a traveling disco van; a damage-proof cell phone case; an update on The Painted Pretzel.
183/1/2013March 1, 2013Fortified, sugar-free nut butters; an acupressure wrist band; an at-home tattoo removal device; an update on inventors who created surf-inspired fitness equipment.
172/22/2013February 22, 2013Unique eyewear made of sustainable wood; a camouflage clothing line for duck hunters; a premium denim line; high-end bedding for girls.
162/15/2013February 15, 2013Kevin O’Leary makes a $1 million offer; six young inventors aged 12 to 18 present their unsafe-driving detector; a mini-muffin that is a twist on s’mores; an online chat therapy business.
152/8/2013February 8, 2013A successful entrepreneur returns with a new business idea; hand-held cooler; environmentally friendly dry cleaning bag; chewing tobacco alternative.
142/1/2013February 1, 2013Sandals for barefoot runners; a magnetic sound enhancer that doesn’t need power; a website that creates personalized soundtracks for children; an update on “Cousins Lobster.
131/11/2013January 11, 2013A capsule that keeps beverages hot for an extended period; a new way to clean stuffed toys; reinventing the ice cream experience.
121/4/2013January 4, 2013Mark and Lori offer an entrepreneur $1 million; enclosed tabletop food screen; a beer and arcade game cabinet; peel-off face paint transfer; hair care products for children; update on Squirrel Nut Butter.
1112/4/2012December 4, 2012A rent-a-live Christmas tree service; gluten-free fudge; cell phone accessory; indoor/outdoor play space; singer John Rich surprises an entrepreneur.
1011/16/2012November 16, 2012An energy and nutritional supplement designed and tested by active members of the military; a new way to shop for bridal wear; a wine tasting cruise.
911/9/2012November 9, 2012A motorized vehicle suit; comedy writer Bruce Vilanch presents a computer instruction project; sugar-free candy chips; an update on a foldable guitar.
811/2/2012November 2, 2012Seth MacFarlane shows his support for a man who designed a new fly trap; multi-functional child cover; food storage container; followup on a manicure system.
710/26/2012October 26, 2012A modern-day slip business; a scrubbing tool; dog-friendly frozen yogurt; an electric unicycle; an update on the “Lollacup.”
610/19/2012October 19, 2012Professional football player Brandon Jacobs hopes to help a woman find success with her protein-infused energy drink; a lobster roll food truck; eco-friendly cleaning products; colorful drink insulators; follow-up on a lip balm idea.
510/12/2012October 12, 2012A line of dresses made of pillowcases; a unique spatula; vitamin oral sprays; energy-boosting waffles.
410/5/2012October 5, 2012An unemployed man and his pregnant wife pitch a party-favorite chicken dip; a professional football player’s spring-loaded laundry hamper, a technophobe presents his wireless gadget that helps people keep track of their keys or cell phone.
39/28/2012September 28, 2012Professional dancers Jonathan Roberts and Anna Trebunskaya demonstrate their posture correction device; entertainment reporter Robin Leach and a designer from Florida present stone-studded leather jewelry; a gluten-free cookie business.
29/21/2012September 21, 2012When a man from Austin, TX pitches a so-called “cheaters app” — which allows selected contacts to be hidden from view when calls come in — the Sharks question and debate the morality of investing in an app that could be used to make it easier for people in relationships to cheat. Also, two business partners from Bedford, NH have top-ranked champion surfer Lakey Peterson demonstrate to the Sharks how their surf-inspired exercise equipment works; a dapper man from Acworth, GA pitches a personal style system that will help the Average Joe look and feel like an alpha male; and two women from Omaha, NE hope to make a sweet deal where customers can design their own personalized ice cream and gelato flavors. In addition, there will be an update on the recent success of Tower Paddle Boards, a business Mark Cuban invested in with Stephan Aarstol from San Diego, CA.
19/14/2012September 14, 2012History is made when all five Sharks join forces to make a deal. Also, a recent college graduate from Indianapolis, IN wants to turn inconvenience into opportunity with his ticketless coat check system; a man from Central City, CO wants the Sharks to invest in his belt buckle idea that doubles as a beverage holder; a licensed massage therapist from Phoenix, AZ takes a stand to reinvigorate the ancient art of body massage; and two women from Freehold, NJ believe they have a solution to the nationwide epidemic of bedbugs. Also, an update on Rick Hopper from Fullerton, CA and his Readerest eyeglass holder, which Lori Greiner invested in during Season 3.

Season 3

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
155/18/2012Week 15The sharks fight for a chance to go into business with an inventor; two fitness trainers pitch their idea for a unique home gym; a young man seeks an investment in his age-defying products.
145/11/2012Week 14Billy Blanks Jr. asks the sharks to invest in a dance fitness program; a music producer seeks an investment in a rock band; two college students pitch their flavored peanut butter business.
135/4/2012Week 13The sharks attempt to make the big deal.
124/27/2012Week 12Tempers flare and insults fly when the Sharks fight over an innovative three-in-one nail polish invented by a mother of six girls from West Hartford, CT, who had to sell her engagement ring to start her business. A husband and wife team of feisty New Yorkers believe they have the next big thing in women’s accessories; two Pittsburgh hockey moms pitch their home-grown tank top business with interchangeable straps; and a couple from Pasadena, CA insist that their unique sippy cups be manufactured in the USA to maintain quality. In a follow up story, the entrepreneurs behind Talbott Teas from Chicago, IL have big news about a deal with Jamba Juice after their TV appearance.
114/13/2012Week 11Things get heated when the sharks deal with a husband-and-wife team.
103/23/2012Week 10A returning entrepreneur asks Boston Beer chairman Jim Koch for advice on his wine-in-a-cup business. Other pitches include handmade cookies; T-shirts with motivational messages that become visible when the wearer perspires; and products made from the waste emitted from the entrepreneur’s generator.
93/16/2012Week 9Singer Ingrid Michaelson joins a would-be entrepreneur who’s pitching high-tech music software. Other pitches include an “instant” solution for cellulite; a sales distribution method for a stand-up paddleboard; and a wine-aerating device. Also: a follow-up on a Season 3 magnetic clip to secure eyeglasses.
83/9/2012Week 8Pitches include body jewelry, a movable basketball-training apparatus, an organic skin-care product and a “Rent-a-Grandma” business. Also: an update on a Season 1 barbecue restaurant.
73/2/2012Week 7Will Sharks Barbara and Kevin seal a deal with a kiss when two guys from Utah ask them to sample their flavored mix-and-match lip balm kissing product? A self-professed gadget guy from Ketchum, ID calls a Shark’s lucrative offer “insane” regarding his revolutionary clothing item; during their heated negotiation, the entrepreneur calls Apple Computers co-founder Steve Wozniak for advice. A newlywed from Rockledge, FL who lost her job the day before coming to the Tank hopes the Sharks will invest in her and her husband’s line of innovative, clever kitchen products; and a husband from Derby, KS pitches the Sharks a heat-recycling device which his wife calls “common sense in a box.” Also, a follow-up on Greenville, SC’s Kim Nelson’s homemade Daisy Cakes, which Barbara invested in during Season 2.
62/24/2012Week 6The Sharks tear into the business idea of a Phoenix, AZ man who wants them to invest in a watch he claims provides health benefits; a stay-at-home mom from Gilbert, AZ could lose her gourmet pretzel business if she leaves the Tank without an investor; a man from Bozeman, MT with a no-tools-required furniture system hopes he can assemble a deal; and an inventor from Fullerton, CA has a small but powerful idea that could make him a millionaire. Also, Johnson Barley from Broken Arrow, OK, whose Original Man Candle did not spark a deal with the Sharks in Season Two, talks about his business since his appearance.
52/17/2012Week 5Products include jewelry designed by a 10-year-old and a wedge pillow to allow women with large breasts to sleep comfortably on their stomachs. Also: a way to deal with missing garbage-can lids; a reinvention of “the tea experience”; an update on a peel-and-stick light-up decal for car windows
42/10/2012Week 4A towel that provides coverage to change out of a swimsuit in public; a sweater and quilt invention; a way to maximize a wine’s life; healthy cake mix
32/3/2012Week 3An Illinois perfume peddler; a San Francisco woman selling luxury soap; an Alabama guitar teacher who says his learning system is unique; a “Mr. Mom” from Baton Rouge, La., with accessories for blue jeans. Also: an update on a gourmet seafood business from Season 2.
21/27/2012Week 2Ideas include a training system for salespeople, a management system for cargo trucks, family-friendly Las Vegas entertainment and a cat-portrait business. Also: a follow-up on a Season 2 potty-training product for cats.
11/20/2012Week 1NBA champion Bill Walton helps a triathlete pitch his idea for a unique water bottle; a ghostwriter from California seeks a business investment; two women from Minnesota present their online business that helps people plan their own funerals.

Season 2

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
85/12/2011CitiKitty, OneSole, Due In…Maternity T-shirts, a toilet-training kit for cats, extravagant but affordable jewelry, and shoes with interchangeable tops are pitched in the second-season finale. Also: an update on Season 1’s Voyage Air Guitar, whose inventors turned down a million-dollar offer from the sharks.
75/5/2011ThinSpeakers, Fart candle, Firehose valveTensions rise when Mark Cuban urges entrepreneurs to ignore the other sharks and negotiate only with him.
64/28/2011Football hydration, Games2U, EcoMowerA former athlete believes his product can save lives; environmental lawn-mowers; solution to car sickness; kids birthday party franchise.
54/21/2011Maternity Gowns, CaddySwag, SweepEasyAn entrepreneur presents a line of luxury maternity gowns; a woman tries to impress the sharks with her homemade cakes; the sharks fight over a stay-at-home dad’s product.
44/8/2011HillBilly, BrocoliWad, Airline child seatComic Jeff Foxworthy makes his debut as a guest Shark investor; actor Vincent Pastore pitches a business proposition; a flight attendant and her husband present their unique portable child’s seat.
34/1/2011Kids seek an investor for their ideaChildren seek a backer for an idea spawned during a family trip and the sharks fight for a piece of a mother’s furniture business.
23/25/2011Toygaroo, Nose filter, Bacon alarm clockA shark wants to invest $4 million in a business; a toy-rental business; a bacon-scented wake-up call; an update on a deal from last season.
13/20/2011Seafood Chef, Premium wine glassThe Sharks are stunned by the exploits of two sisters with a children’s dance company; a chef with tasty seafood products and more

Season 1

EpisodeDateTitleDescription
154/15/2011Episode 15An entrepreneur from Chicago hopes the sharks can dig him out of a financial hole; a single mother believes her aromatic lip gloss can help women.

Note — This is actually episode 5 of season 2 —

141/22/2010A man reinvents the umbrellaA California entrepreneur wants to bring back old-fashioned ice cream men; a couple’s pitch is about providing legal services at a coffee house; an update on the sharks’ venture with an Arizona woman and her unique plush toys.
131/15/2010Old-fashioned ice cream menTwo Texas bicyclists have an idea for a portable 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.
121/8/2010An idea for a portable hand degreaserThings get heated when the sharks ask a husband-and-wife team to clarify the actual value of a childcare business; a chef’s salad dressing mix is removed from store shelves because of offensive packaging; a golf ball cleaner.
1110/20/2009Salad dressing mix; golf ball cleanerA man wants an investment from the sharks to create an extension of his already successful business; a urologist has an unusual business proposal.
101/29/2010Unusual business proposalA man wants an investment from the sharks to create an extension of his already successful business; a urologist has an unusual business proposal.
910/13/2009Preventing cancer in petsA veterinarian’s product claims to prevent cancer in pets; virtual arcade; a Texas designer pitches a line of fashionable clothing for women.
810/6/2009Overconfidence could blow a dealA young entrepreneur’s overconfidence could blow a deal with the sharks; Kevin O’Leary follows an entrepreneur out of the Shark Tank to get the last word after being outbid by another shark.
79/29/2009A housewife charms the male sharksA housewife from Charleston, S.C., charms the male sharks; a college student pitches a product made from soy that he creates in his mother’s kitchen.
69/13/2009Chicago entrepreneur plays hardballA young Chicago entrepreneur plays hardball with the sharks while seeking funding for an innovative Internet business.
59/6/2009Body JacThree of the sharks make a deal for an innovative Internet company, but before the deal can be sealed, a battle ensues and one of the sharks is ousted.
48/30/2009Graffiti-removal businessAn entrepreneur originally from Ghana wants an investment for an Internet business; a man from California wants to franchise his graffiti-removal business.
38/23/2009Entrepreneurial noviceAn entrepreneurial novice makes a less-than-stellar presentation to the sharks; a father-son duo pitches a proposal for a revolutionary new musical product.
28/16/2009Inner-city teacher pitches proposalAn inner-city teacher tries to sell the Sharks on his unique way to get children to learn; the owner of a gourmet food business watches the Sharks fight for a piece of the action; an astonishing offer is made for one life-saving idea.
18/9/2009Shark Tank: Episode 101Budding entrepreneurs work to persuade a panel of tycoons to invest in their business proposals in return for a percentage of equity in the company.

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