Shark Tank season 8←Shark Tank season 7
Air weekdate:Friday Cast:Kevin O'Leary, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, Lori Greiner, Barbara Corcoran, Mark Cuban, Steve Tisch, Jeff Foxworthy, Kevin Harrington Genre:Reality Channel:ABC (US) Status:Continuing
Shark Tank season 8 episodes list:
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown touts the benefits of personalized shoe slides by an entrepreneur from Norwood, Massachusetts; a 16-year-old high school junior from Naperville, Illinois, pitches an app that can stop cyberbullying messages before the damage can be done; two men from Howell, New Jersey, designed an ingenious at-home beer dispenser that makes bottled and canned beer taste like draft; a woman from West Valley City, Utah, proposes gifting chicken soup. Also, an update on 2400 Expert, an SAT prep course in which Mark Cuban invested during season 7.
A man from Reno, Nevada pitches a line of heat-and-eat paleo meals; a father and son from Louisiana show off a high-tech device for catching fish; a mother from Seattle, Washington, has designed reusable magnet stickers for hanging art; and an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida 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.
Cookie legend Wally Amos hopes his new brand of cookies duplicates his past success; two sisters from St. Cloud, Florida, share an emotional story while pitching their swimsuits for moms; two men from Broomfield, Colorado, 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 from Orlando, Florida, who stumbled upon the bright idea to put safety light clips on running shoes.
Two sisters from Memphis, Tennessee pitch body sprays and lotions for tween and teen girls; a third-generation chocolatier from St. Augustine, Florida has a family business that manufactures chocolate candy with a toy inside; a veteran food entrepreneur from Austin, Texas has a device that turns a stick of butter into spray; and two entrepreneurs from New York plug their 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.
A 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."
A 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.
A 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.
A Dallas, Texas, real-estate broker's pitch leads to a battle of billionaires about his business model for a way to make house hunting more convenient; a 10-year-old kidpreneur from Broomfield, Colorado, created a lemonade-stand business to help other kids start their own businesses; a mother from Allen, Texas, designs Made-in-America multi-functional covers for infant car seats; and a tenacious man from Austin, Texas, pitches the Sharks his Korean BBQ fusion restaurant food-truck business. Also, a follow-up on Rent Like a Champion, a weekend rental-home business, which Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca invested in during season 7.
A couple from San Francisco, California, pitch their subscription service for puppy products; a woman from Boston, Massachusetts, hopes to popularize algae as a nutritional health supplement in America; two buddies from Las Vegas, Nevada, design apparel for athletic builds; and an avid fisherman from Hudson, Wisconsin, wants a deal for his fishing line cutting tool. Also, a follow-up with Bantam Bagels, which Lori Greiner invested in during season 6.
When 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 the mother-daughter team from the Denver, Colorado, and their Simply Fit Board, which Lori Greiner invested in during season 7.
Episode #11 2016-12-09 Episode 11
←Shark Tank season 7