Shark Tank
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Created By:

Mark Burnett

Directed By:

Craig Spirko
Ken Fuchs
Alan Carter

Creative Director:

Nathaniel Howe


Barbara Corcoran
Kevin O'Leary
Robert Herjavec
Daymond John
Mark Cuban

Country of Origin:


Original Channel:


Production Companies:

Mark Burnett Productions
One Three Media
Sony Pictures Television

Original Run:

August 9, 2009 - present

 Shark Tank is an American reality television series which premiered on ABC on August 9, 2009. 


It features business pitches from aspiring entrepreneurs to a panel of potential investors. 


Shark Tank is an American reality TV series produced by Mark Burnett based from the Japanese version of the show, Dragon's Den. The series features a panel of potential investors called the "Sharks" who considers offers from aspiring entrepreneurs seeking investments for their business or product. 


The Sharks:Edit

  • Barbara Corcoran
  • Robert Herjavec
  • Kevin O'Leary
  • Daymond John
  • Phil Crowley (announcer)
  • Mark Cuban (seasons 2-)
  • Lori Greiner (seasons 3-)
  • Kevin Harrington (seasons 1-2)
  • Jeff Foxworthy (season 2)

Special GuestsEdit

  • Ellen DeGeneres became a guest shark of the series. She showed an intense scene with a waffles salesman. She also said that she loves to watch Shark Tank.
  • Disney Channel's Phineas and Ferb's main antagonist, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz appeared in the series as one of the entrepreneurs. It was first announced on his YouTube video series, Doof's Daily Dirt in the episode, "The Doof Is Due" as his big announcement. The promo and the full appearance was uploaded on Doof's Daily Dirt's YouTube channel. He was looking for a $500k investment for a 1% net worth stake of his invention, the Shrinkinator. 

International releaseEdit

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