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If you love the two minute updates in Shark Tank, then this is for you.
Shark Tank is one of my favourite TV shows and my favourite part of each episode is seeing the updates to the businesses and seeing how well things have gone since they appeared on the show. It sucks that those updates are only a few minutes long; these updates go in depth as to what has happened and is happening. I love seeing that some businesses that got turned down went on to do well. Seeing the Sharks interacting with the business owners shows how the Sharks actually do their business and the strategies that they have used to reach where they are today. Some Sharks are just as they are on the Shark Tank (Mr. Wonderful being a harsh guy who cares about *the money*), while others act differently when they are talking business. If you love Shark Tank, then you'll love Beyond the Tank
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