Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary has a new show on CNBC, Money Court, on which he makes surprisingly reasonable decisions to resolve financial disputes.
You know what would be wonderful? A season of Shark Tank without Kevin O’Leary constantly interrupting everyone else and repeating the same tired insults over and over again.
Toms founder—and now Shark Tank guest shark—Blake Mycoskie attributes the idea for his company to his experience on The Amazing Race—but that wasn’t his first reality TV experience.
I love watching Shark Tank for its mini-infomercials about products I sometimes buy, as gifts or for myself. But one of those products has infected neighborhoods across the country: Amazon’s Ring, which was pitched on Shark Tank by Jamie Siminoff as DoorBot.
ABC, Fox, and Bravo are moving forward with plans to film reality shows in person despite the risks, though they are making some changes to Shark Tank, The Masked Singer, and The Real Housewives of New York City.
Lori Greiner has apparently opened her own Chocolate Factory and Kevin O’Leary is now a food YouTuber. Also, there was some unexpected breaking news.
Bachelor Chris Soules reached a plea deal over a crash that killed a man, while police are investigating a boat crash that killed two people and involved Shark Tank star Kevin O’Leary’s boat.