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Introducing The Shark Tank Hang: Live Entrepreneurial Insights

The Shark Tank HangThe Shark Tank Hang originally came about to interview Shark Tank Entrepreneurs appearing on Tuesday nights on CNBC’s re-runs. The hangouts are done on a Google+ Live Broadcast on Tuesday Nights at 7:30 PM EST and are available here on this page and on the Shark Tank Blog Channel on video once the live broadcast is complete.

The live hang out format The Shark Tank Hang uses gives fans a glimpse of the entrepreneurs who appeared on the show in the past. A lot changes for most businesses once they leave the Shark Tank, mostly for the better, and it’s interesting to see what’s happened with them.


All Shark Tank Hang Videos are here, most recent to the oldest.


The Shark Tank Hang Moving Forward

For the Tuesday night live broadcasts, The Shark Tank Hang features a business that appears on CNBC later that evening. Shark Tank Blog will expand on this format, doing live interviews with other entrepreneurs when their availability allows. Those videos will be available here and on YouTube as well.

My goals for The Shark Tank Hang are to have the video format as an additional resource to the interviews and updates Shark Tank Blog conducts with the entrepreneurs who appear on the show, whether it’s ABC or CNBC. Updates on Shark Tank businesses will be in both video and written format with this plan.

The Shark Tank Blog supports entrepreneurs. It’s been the site’s mission since the beginning. By giving Shark Tank entrepreneurs another forum, they can let the public know what happens after the Tank and hopefully make people more aware of their business’ goals, progress, and changes.

Remember: Shark Tank is a TV show. Everything that happens on air is what the producers want the public to see. They are telling a story, and it’s not always the complete story. Other Shark Tank bloggers take what is on the air at face value. The Shark Tank Hang will get the story behind the story.


  1. eddie ginsburg says

    Have you ever interviewed someone who got a deal on the show, but the episode never was broadcast. It would be interesting to hear about what happened on their time on the show, why they think they did not get aired, if their deal still exists even though they were not broadcast and if they use SHARK TANK in any of their promotions. Thanks

    • I have interviewed people who have taped, but not appeared. They cannot reveal the outcome due to their non-disclosure agreement with Sony Pictures. Companies are not allowed to use “Seen on Shark Tank” unless they actually appear (they are required to have it in their promotional materials I think). There is a company that taped for season 5 that never aired that may air in season six…..

  2. eva cotterman says

    I love Barbara Corcoran, but she “endorses” a real estate agency named the “Lee Tessier Group” from Bel Air, MD who refused to release our son’s earnest money when all repairs weren’t made to a house they were going to buy. The agent placed in writing that they would return the earnest money with no obligation if my son and his fiance were not “comfortable” with the home purchase at any time. Not only did they refuse to do so, despite their “guarantee” in writing, they tried to intimidate us! So much for “an agent you can trust” which Barbara brags about on her website. Can someone please, please help us here?

    • You love Barbara? Then why are you badmouthing her online? if you want credibility then don’t lie to us in the first sentence of you post. We’re not stupid.
      Second, why would you need our help for your Son. Tell your son to sack up and either take that company to collections for Sue them, instead of sending his mom out on the internet begging for help. The way you are acting is shameful.

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