An American version of the British hit "Dragon's Den." Struggling entrepreneurs are forced to present their business proposals to five multi-millionaire tycoons in hopes of receiving the investment needed to make their ideas a reality.
A healthy coconut beverage; a unique twist to a typical household item; a food allergy prevention system for babies; a healthy snack product line uses an ancient grain; an update on Nohbo, a personal care product.
ABC announced today that Shark Tank will be returning for an eleventh season. Entrepreneurs will once again have the opportunity to pitch their products in front of the panel of investors with hopes of taking their business to the next level.
The long-running reality series has been a reliable player for the network over the years, with the ability to draw viewers in just about any time slot it's put in. Most-recently, the series has been airing on Sunday nights in place of The Alec Bladwin Show, which was pulled from the schedule in November.
Look for Season 11 of Shark Tank to premiere this fall.