IndustryBriefing Prepare to swim with the Sharks yet again as SHARK TANK returns on Colors INFINITY with Seasons 7 & 8

Prepare to swim with the Sharks yet again as SHARK TANK returns on Colors INFINITY with Seasons 7 & 8

Author | exchange4media News Service | Monday, Mar 06,2017 4:17 PM

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Prepare to swim with the Sharks yet again as SHARK TANK returns on Colors INFINITY with Seasons 7 & 8

Colors INFINITY is geared up for March Madness and will be treating its English Entertainment viewers with their favorite show, SHARK TANK, which returns to the channel today with Seasons 7 and 8. With the previous seasons of the show among the most-watched on the channel, SHARK TANK returns with an even more entertaining double-season at 9 pm on weekdays.

Returning on the show, Sharks Kevin O’Leary, Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavec, will be joined by Guest-Sharks actor-investor Ashton Kutcher, and venture capitalists Chris Sacca and Troy Carter.

From products such as the ‘Breathometer – a portable breathalyzer that works with a smartphone’ to experientials such as ‘Ten Thirty One Productions – a live horror entertainment company’, from finger-lickin ‘Bubba’s Q Boneless Ribs’ to the innovative breakthrough ‘Lumio – a foldable magnetic lamp’, SHARK TANK has given wing to the hopes of all those entrepreneurs who dare to transform their ideas into reality.

Looking forward to showcasing yet another spectacular double-season of the show, Hashim D’souza, Head of Programming, English Entertainment, Viacom18, said, “Spoilt for choice, the Indian viewer has more than enough avenues to consume content for their entertainment appetite. At Colors INFINITY, we believe in offering not only variety, but also meaningful content. Unlike any other reality-based show, SHARK TANK manages to not only grasp the attention of viewers, but also engage them in the content of the show. Appealing especially to the new breed of young entrepreneurs, SHARK TANK attracts viewers across the board.”

In the light of the ‘Make in India’ initiative of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the show is likely to have more appeal among the youth harbouring entrepreneurial ambitions.

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