Since the show is entirely based around the Sharks, I figured I'd go down the list and express how I feel about them individually. I used to like this show, I really did. The sharks change from time to time, but the main ones are Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, and Kevin O'Leary. Also: a jiu-jitsu instructor solves a previously unknown problem with his dual fashion design. It's lovely watching the enjoyment she gets out of screwing over the other Sharks, and it's a testament to her marketing skills because she is a phenomenal salesperson.
It's educational, smart, creative, and ultimately worthy of your time. A mom from Palo Alto, Cal. The show didn't have a consistent group of Sharks until season 3-4, but it's been fairly consistent since then, and their chemistry is absolutely perfect. I find myself considering the true entrepreneurs of the past--the likes of Andrew Carnegie and Theodore Roosevelt, who recognized from the tenderest of physical ages that their tremendous wealth carried with it an equally tremendous responsibility and obligation toward society. Different entrepreneurs come in and pitch their product, and the sharks decide whether they want to invest in them.
Season 10, Episode 4 October 28, 2018 Season 10, Episode 4 October 28, 2018 A father-and-son pair from Carlsbad, Cal. On the flip side, some are horrifically bad and hilarity ensues watching the Sharks rip them to shreds. Another entrepreneur introduces a device which helps capture frame-worthy pictures! An entrepreneur from West Hollywood, Cal. He keeps making awful analogies about how his money is his soldiers and other stupid stuff like that. But the kicker is that in the world of investing, you have to be this way and more, or else you get railroaded by the guys willing to go the extra mile. Their questions are totally grounded on the principles of how can they make money from the visitors idea.
Wonderful - The Sharkiest of Sharks, this man lives and breathes money. He has the money to spare, and while some of his investments are crapshoots, his thought process on getting to his conclusions are truly fascinating. An entrepreneur from Woodstock, Ga. I like to watch the show just to see all the creative ideas people pitch to the sharks. They get national attention which can and has led to other investors for their ideas. Even though I do agree with the other reviews that the sharks can be a little hard on some of the people making their sales pitches, I have to disagree with the fact that this would be enough of a reason to not watch the show to begin with. You just hope that one of the contestants would loudly let loose with a string of obscenities and spit at them.
It is a great show for figuring out how to start a business. Season 10, Episode 8 January 6, 2019 Season 10, Episode 8 January 6, 2019 A husband and wife pitch their rooftop assistance design that helps access a vehicle's roof with one easy step; entrepreneurs present their fitness workout that offers a softer, lower impact alternative to the treadmill; a teen entrepreneur introduces his solution for making the perfect coffee at home with his cold brew kit; and a mom presents her simple baby seat that sits right on the hip. However the incredible arrogance shown by the sharks is sometimes just hard to watch. I rather be a beggar than be like one of those people. Now, I know nothing about business. Their behavior is monstrous: they seem interested only in squeezing the gonads of everyone who comes before them, offering pennies on the dollar despite legitimate valuations. Being the nicest Shark, it's really fun watching Robert gets down and dirty which does happen occasionally between with fellow Sharks and entrepreneurs alike, and he can definitely hold his own against some of the other, bigger Sharks.
There are some fantastic ideas and fantastic ways that the people first got the money to start their business that are inspiring. An entrepreneur from Mountain View, Cal. An entrepreneur from Tenafly, N. One shark is ruder than the next. If you choose Watch Now, the video will instantly stream to your computer and you may later stream it on another compatible device.
Season 10, Episode 16 March 3, 2019 Season 10, Episode 16 March 3, 2019 Entrepreneurs from Raleigh, N. Often times I feel the Sharks do a great job of rooting out the good businesses from the ones that likely will crash and burn. It's just my personal opinion and I'm sure many others feel differently, but I felt deeply enough about it to write this. I realize that the arrogance goes with the territory of who they are and some of it can be expected but it just gets to be too much. Entrepreneurs from San Diego pitch their online boutique subscription shave club exclusively intended for women; while entrepreneurs from Basalt, Colo.
The greatest thing about the show is how real it is. An entrepreneur from Miami Gardens, Fla. He's unmatched in his kindness, fondness for animals and his blind willingness to try out any entrepreneur's idea. Season 10, Episode 6 November 18, 2018 Season 10, Episode 6 November 18, 2018 Sisters from Englewood Cliffs, N. No matter how innovative the product or how creative the marketing strategies, they will find something wrong with it and if the victim. Domain Link Date Author Broken Quality 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days antonio777 566days killer27 566days killer27 566days killer27 566days killer27 566days killer27 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days mgshow 566days firdouswani 566days firdouswani 566days firdouswani 566days firdouswani 566days firdouswani 566days benjois 566days benjois 566days benjois 345days hdmovies 340days hdmovies 213days backdoor311 213days backdoor311 213days backdoor311. Mark Cuban is in my opinion the best shark.
The Sharks will once again give people from all walks of life the chance to chase the American dream and potentially secure business deals that could make them millionaires. Season 10, Episode 3 October 14, 2018 Season 10, Episode 3 October 14, 2018 Brothers from Orange County, Cal. I've observed that they'll usually ask for a majority percentage in the company if the presenter is somebody who hasn't really proved themselves in the wide market. A fast-food franchise focused on guilty pleasures; high-design houses for special nocturnal guests; and a stylish product to keep pets safe from predators. There is an honored place in hell just waiting for him. Entrepreneurs from Nashville pitch their smart security product to help keep intruders out of the home.
Season 10, Episode 21 May 5, 2019 Season 10, Episode 21 May 5, 2019 An efficient privacy solution to open-office plan distractions; an unconventional dessert concept that serves a childhood favorite snack; a device that helps one enjoy fast-food condiments on the go; and a portable office furniture design to help one escape from the traditional working desk and also improve one's health. Few humans are as vicious as he is. Robert Herjavec - A cyber security genius, Robert is the most likable guy on planet Earth. He's a wine connoisseur and knows everything about everything. He's truly an interesting character because he's insightful and understanding of entrepreneurs, going so far as to follow one out of the Tank to convince he and his wife that he wants the best for their family. Mark Cuban - The Big Kahuna, Mavericks owner, tech king, down-to-earth billionaire. Mark Cuban and Alex Rodriguez offer sage advice to a 17-year-old from St.