On the season premiere, a man puts the man in manicure.
A special holiday episode!
A follow-up on shark Lori Greiner's "All Stars" and more.
GoPro Founder and CEO Nick Woodman is a Guest Shark in this action-packed episode.
For the first time in series' history, all six Sharks appear together in the Tank to discuss their favorite memories over the first 100 episodes. The Sharks reveal why they participate year after year on the show, and celebrate with a cake-cutting and champagne toast.
Entrepreneurs with military backgrounds appear on this episode airing during Veterans Small Business Week 2014. Sharks Kevin O'Leary, Robert Herjavec and Daymond John, along with the successful entrepreneurs behind jewelry line Stella Valle and energy drink Ruckpack, were invited speakers at a "Champions of Change" event, offering advice to veteran and active duty entrepreneurs.
A man from Cumming, Georgia promotes unique exercise clothing that provides hyper-gravity weight training; a Spokane, Washington entrepreneur has a product to appeal to today’s "urban beardsman" with beard oils, mustache waxes and a community for facial hair aficionados; two New Yorkers have a karaoke machine that adds jaw-dropping vocal harmonies to help users sound like their favorite stars; belts that are easy for kids to use from a St. Louis, Missouri woman; and a follow up story on Barbara Corcoran's deal from last season, Grace and Lace, hand-knitted socks and legwarmers.
A Wisconsin man touts olive oil bars where you can sample the oil before purchasing; a couple tries to sell the Sharks on a unique wedding registry geared towards saving for the honeymoon; a new product can turn a smartphone into a personal security device, live-streaming video and audio to your contacts for rescue with just one tap.
A lady from Myrtle, SC with her own all-female golf caddy company hopes the sharks will want to drive her company into the green. A couple from Pleasant Grove, UT believes they have the next big thing in toys with a better, safer way for kids to bounce, and three men from Chatsworth, CA have taken a fun spin on the classic faceware accessory.
Pitches include a mother and son from Grand Rapids, MI whose business can give every bride a gorgeous wedding cake but for a slice of the price; and a restaurateur from Houston, TX has a solution to a common problem encountered while dining out.
Two men from San Diego and Phoenix tout the benefits of their stuffed animals that are washcloths, too, as being the perfect bath time treat for kids; a dog lover from Los Angeles takes her pup everywhere she goes with her handmade wearable sling which comes in luxurious materials and the Sharks are charmed by entrepreneurs dressed like ninjas demonstrating a darts-like card game.
Barbara Corcoran and Kevin O'Leary renew their vows.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. "Shark Tank" is back for a sixth season, with the Sharks continuing the search to invest in the best businesses and products that America has to offer.
On the season finale, a college sophomore wants to make her own American dream come true with her reusable storage box. A couple hope to cook up a deal with their reinvented cookware, two exuberant moms create an iPad app that measures foot sizes, and two men from Aurora, IL design a simple solution to tying up a water balloon. In a first of its kind follow-up, many of the amazing success stories from "Shark Tank" are highlighted, with the entrepreneurs discussing their experiences and how their businesses have grown since coming to the Tank.
Self-professed wine connoisseur Kevin O'Leary gives advice to a lady from Solano Beach, CA on her lighter, healthier alternative to a full-bodied wine. Likewise, Robert Herjavec has some suggestions for a former merchant marine from Anacortes, WA on his innovative, deep-sea treasure hunting business. Three men from San Francisco, CA hope to paddle their way into a deal with a collapsible kayak that folds up like the traditional Japanese art of origami, and a couple from Pleasant Hill, CA reveal to the Sharks the surprising twist they put into their decadent cinnamon rolls. Also, an update on Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac from Los Angeles, CA and their Maine lobster roll food truck business.
Sanjiv Patel pitches Lord Nut Levington and explains the need to revolutionize the nut category.
Barbara gives them a chance to reconsider.
The accessory company visits the offices of Cosmopolitan magazine.
They wanted to snag two Sharks -- will they get them?
Owner Laura Padawer makes her audition pitch for Alaska Glacial Mud to be on Shark Tank.
Mark Cuban receives a counter offer after PowerPot rejects his initial offer. Kevin O'Leary makes a point that there are many venture capital firms but only one Shark Tank.
Mark Cuban offers a contingency deal with Lori Greiner to HangEase.
If you ask one more time I’m going to go out. Velocity Signs must decide between partnering with the male sharks or the female sharks.
The 13-year-old CEO has three offers on the table.
When all the sharks go out, Mark Cuban offers Bon Affair the exact amount they're looking for.
They need to make a decision quick or risk losing their deals.
After Barbara calls them out as a "rich kid business," Reviver's numbers and product still attract Lori and Robert, and Ben and Eric Kusin have to make a choice. From Shark Tank's season 6 episode, "Week 3."
Singtrix stands firm and the Sharks don't like their tune.
Her inspiring message, and where vets can find business resources.
As Sharks drop out, little Trixie hopes her owner can still swing a deal.
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