Shark Tank Season 1

Shark Tank's First Full Season

Season 1 Shark Tank List
The first Sharks on the Shark Tank Show
Original Shark Tank Sharks from Season 1
 The Shark Tank Show first launched in 2009 with mixed reviews as it was trying to find it's own Niche.
With the success of the Dragons Den already shown in Canada, the first two Sharks Kevin O'Leary and Robert Herjevic, were also hired to get this new show off the ground. Season 2 was even a little bumpier with talk that they might even cancel the Shark Tank altogether.
But the show really started to catch on in season 3 and by season 4, it is now the # 1 rated T.V. Show on Friday Night Prime Time.

As with all successful T.V. Shows, it all comes back to when it first began and which makes each and every contestant from season 1 True Stars in their own right for paving the way.

Below is a list of all 15 episodes that were Featured in Season 1. How successful are these companies now? Are they even still in business or have they gone on to become multi-millionaires?

Watch (buy) Season 1 Episode 1

  • Mr. Tod’s Pie Factory  - Tod Wilson was asking for $460,000.00 for a 10% stake in the business. He made a deal with Barbara Corcoran and Damond John for the full amount.
  • Ionic Ear - Darren Johnson was asking for a cool million dollars for a 15% stake in the company. Instead the Sharks chewed him up and spit him out.
  • WiSpots - Kevin Flannery was asking for $1.2 Million for 10% of the business. The Sharks never even gave him a chance let alone any kind of offer.
  • AVA The Elephant - Tiffany Krumins didn't have a product or a service, but just an idea. An idea that struck gold when Barbara offered her $50,000.00 and a 55% controlling interest in her idea.
  • College Foxes Packing Boxes - Nick Friedman & Omar Soliman wanted $250k for a 25% interest in the business. Got a little greedy and walked away no no deal from any of the Sharks.

Shark Tank Season 1 Episode 2

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 3

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 4

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 5

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 6

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 7

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 8

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 9

Watch Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 10

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 11

  • Romp N’ Roll – Kids Gym, Art and Music Classes - 10 stores open including 2 corporate ones. Over $4 million in sales the past 5 years. Michael and Babz Barnett - No Deal
  • Hells Bells Helmets - Custom Motorcycle Helmets - Marix Stone & Dr. Nancy Tanchel asked $500k for 20% stake. They had $300k in sales last year just for the helmet alone. DEAL with Daymond John for $500k and 50% of the business.
  • The Twister - Custom Golf Ball Cleaner - Alfonzo Dowe, Sr. is asking for $85k for a 40% stake in the business. No Deal.
  • Chef In Black -  Chinese Dressings and Seasonings - Dorene Humason asks for $50,000.00 for a 10% stake in her business. Currently in 1300 stores. Deal with Barbara Corcoran for $50k and 40% of the business.
  • Ink Flip - Discount Ink Cartridge Refills -Andy Sperry is seeking a $150k investment for a 20% stake in the Ink Business. He has $10k of revenue for the first 6 months. No Deal - Good lesson for all future contestants.

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 12

  • The Factionist - Nate Berkopec
  • The Podillow - Tanning and Massage Pillow - SOLD OUT? - Anthony and Tina Calvert
  • Wee Can Shop - Childrens Gift Shop - Kimberly and Matthew Foley
  • Grease Monkey Wipes - Best Disposable Wipes For Grease - Tim Stansbury and Erin Whalen

Shark Tank Season 1, Episode 13

SharkTank Season 1, Episode 14

  • Send a Ball in the Mail Business was started by two sister's Michele Kapustka and Melisa Moroko. No Deal.
  • Qubits Toys – The Lego's of the 21st century.  Mark Burginger makes Deal with Daymond John
  • Pillars of Slippers - Nicole Jones
  • Llama Brew - Aida and Phil Lough
  • Nubrella is the hands free Umbrella invented by Alan Kaufman. Deal with Daymond John and Kevin Harrington

Shark Tank Season 1 - Episode 15

  • Fridge Front's - Magnetic skins for refrigerators. Jan Augenstein makes a Deal with Barbara Corcoran and Kevin Harrington for $100k and 50% interest in the business.
  • Clip 'n' Go cases - A small case for carrying small essentials. Bob Kroupa. No Deal.
  • Thin Gloss - Lip gloss for weight loss. No Deal for April Morris.
  • Power Decal - Wireless powered decals. George Podd & Rolf Schwartz get a Deal with Daymond John and Robert Herjevic for $750k for 70% of the business.


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8 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:17 PM

    Anybody recall what the name of the product, company or creator of the "hotel safety light" that led patrons to safety in case of fire and smoke filled hallways?

    It shined a green light beam from point A to B to C in order to lead people out of the building...

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  2. Anonymous11:10 PM

    What is update on sale of Nubrellas? I bought one but have YET to use it outside my house. Still, cool idea!

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  3. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Chef In Black - Chinese Dressings and Seasonings - Dorene Humason asks for $50,000.00 for a 10% stake in her business. Currently in 1300 stores. Deal with Barbara Corcoran for $50k and 40% of the business.

    the deal was 35% and not 40%

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  4. It was great to see Sawyer Sparks make it big on Shark Tank. It was particularly exciting to hear how he was holding his own against big corporations like Hasbro because he had taken the time to use the patent system to protect his invention: http://inventingpatents.com/soy-yer-dough-on-shark-tank/

    Way to go Sawyer!

    Has anyone been following his success story since the Shark Tank episode?

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  5. Anonymous11:30 AM

    anyone knows where I can watch all the seasons for free?

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  6. in the final episode it says "Power Decal - Wireless powered decals. George Podd & Rolf Schwartz get a Deal with Daymond John and Robert Herjevic for $750k for 70% of the business." but they paid 100k for the 70% ?

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  7. Anonymous8:09 PM

    Whatever happened to the Turbobaster?
    My gut told me she made a HUGE mistake going with Kevin H. (Why give up 100% equity for 2% royalty when Daymond is offering her 49% equity with the 2% royalty?)

    This woman had no business sense whatsoever, but still, I wonder what happened to the actual product.

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