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Shark Tank 

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Ambitious entrepreneurs present their breakthrough business concepts.
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Series cast summary:
Kevin O'Leary ...  Himself - Shark 198 episodes, 2009-2018
Phil Crowley Phil Crowley ...  Announcer 196 episodes, 2009-2018
Robert Herjavec ...  Himself - Shark 190 episodes, 2009-2018
Mark Cuban ...  Himself - Shark 182 episodes, 2011-2018
Lori Greiner ...  Herself - Shark 153 episodes, 2012-2018
Daymond John ...  Himself - Shark / ... 153 episodes, 2009-2018
Barbara Corcoran ...  Herself - Shark / ... 139 episodes, 2009-2018


Ambitious entrepreneurs present their breakthrough business concepts.

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Release Date:

8 August 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Shark Tank: Season 10 - A Decade of Dreams See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Kevin O'Leary has a net worth of $450 million. Robert Herjavec's net worth is $200 million. Daymond John's is $250 million. Lori Greiner's is $50 million. Barbara Corcoran's is $40 million. Kevin Harrington's is $450 million. Mark Cuban, with a net worth of $3.5 billion, beats the rest of the sharks' assets combined. See more »


Mr. Wonderful: I wish every investment I made made money, but they don't. Some fail. You should think about your ideas the same way. This is a dog from Hell. This is a very bad idea. It howls at the moon and you should take it out behind the barn and shoot it.
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Spin-off Shark Tank: Swimming with Sharks (2014) See more »


Shark Tank - Main Title Theme
Written by Berry Gordy (as Berry Gordy, Jr.) and Janie Bradford
Performed by Ricky Fante (as Ricky Fanté)
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Shark tank has gone bad!!!!
7 March 2017 | by todddunhamSee all my reviews

To begin I feel the pull of the show has gone sour. I feel that the cast and all that they stand for has become so...messed up toward each other as well as the viewers and I believe it's lost everything it had going for it. They once upon a time were kind to the seller and to each other but in late episodes they have become so stuck on themselves and superior to the other sharks as well as to the seller. They have become for a lack of a better word. A- holes. All of them. They think of themselves as gods when in reality they have not as much money as a lot of the wealthier people in the u.s. let me just start by saying "Look sharks, if your out, then shut it!!" and stop saying stupid mean repulsive things about the shark giving the offer? Why do you have to open your mouth...remember?...your out so shut up!!! Because I'm very sure in one episode you offended a 13 yr old girl by saying what you said. YOU ARE NOT GODS' and need to stop acting as if you are so superior to your watchers and to the people needing help because ALL of you were at some point in their shoes so who are you to act superior to them? All of the sharks now cause me not to watch the show because of how they all act toward the seller. It's not something I want to watch. Even if what they have is a bad idea you do NOT have to act like they are stupid or ignorant and like you are so far ahead of them. To end this I will say I used to like the show, back when they would let every shark make an offer but now it's as if you don't take my offer right after I give it then "I'm out" which is extremely ridiculous. Grow up children. That is the reason they are on the show. They want the best deal and offer they don't want to hear one crappy shark offer a crappy deal and feel like they have to take it because if they don't then that shark is out no matter what. I would never go on your show because of just that. Also, I will never watch the show again because of that. Why would anyone go on the show I wonder, when all it would do is make them feel like crap about themselves and feel like they have got to take the first, worst offer, or that stupid childish shark, is out. He/she is out because of a pity party they have for themselves because they lost to another shark. I won't watch the sharks any more, and all of my family agrees, As well as everyone I talk to about this.

Guess what sharks....were out.

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