When will ‘Shark Tank’ Season 14 Episode 2 be out? Here are all the products that will be featured
From supporting endangered gorillas to creating cuddly and cute animal characters, here's what you need to know about Episode 2
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The Sharks have returned for another season of evaluating new entrepreneurs and their products. The Season 14 premiere of ABC's iconic show, 'Shark Tank' showed some exciting product innovations, and viewers can only expect things to get better from here.
'Shark Tank', which has been airing for over a decade, has proven that it can cover a wide range of topics of interest to viewers. It's a part competition show, as the panel of hosts competes to outbid each other; part informational and boosting, as it spotlights inspiring entrepreneurs and what it takes to start and run a business; and part shopping spree, as viewers, occasionally go out and purchase an item after seeing it on an episode. 'Shark Tank' Season 14 continues all of that as it returned to ABC's television roster on September 23. The Emmy Award-winning series went LIVE in front of a studio audience for the first time with its season premiere but will return to its regular format with the second episode.
Who are the Sharks?
Robert Herjavec, Lori Greiner, Kevin O'Leary, Barbara Corcoran, and Mark Cuban will be serving as the Sharks for Episode 2.
What are the new 'Shark Tank' products?
Here's a sneak peek at all the products that will be featured in the episode:
Woobles is a crochet kit designed by Justine Tiu and Adrian Zhang that teaches anyone how to knit. The pair began with a $200 investment and have grown it to $5 million in two years. With cute creatures like bears, foxes, penguins, and bunnies, it's no surprise that these kits are popular among crocheters. Prices range from $25 to $100, and there are several levels to choose from, including beginner and advanced.
Brian Brunsing and Max Brown invented the Banana Phone. The yellow banana-shaped gadget is connected to your smartphone. Multifunction buttons let you play music, refuse or accept calls, and access your phone's contact information. What began as a $45K IndieGoGo campaign is now a hot-selling product on Amazon and their website. Brian and Max give 1% of their sales to Gearing Up 4 Gorillas, an organization that preserves endangered gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Kirk Hyust and Brian Halasinski founded Turbo Trusser. Their product is a stainless steel trusser designed to uniformly roast poultry, resulting in a superior presentation. The trusser is suitable for use in and around ovens, deep fryers, rotisseries, barbecues, roasters, and smokers. The ingenious motto "just hook it and cook it" conveys its simplicity, while the adorned turkey or chicken design adds a touch of whimsy. Since its launch in late 2021, the Turbo Trusser has been available at 80 retailers (including Walmart) in Canada and the United States.
Stealth Bros & Co
Stealth Bros & Co. was founded by Braxton Fleming. The firm creates fashionable medical kits for those who require injections for whatever cause. Hormones, diabetes, and other medical conditions can benefit from a discreet, contemporary, and simple approach to using and disposing of needles and medical equipment. That's what Braxton's product has to offer, in bright hues like orange, green, and blue as well as fascinating designs. Sharps, medicine vials, needles, and other items can be stored in each kit.+
When will 'Shark Tank' Season 7, Episode 2 premiere?
Season 14, Episode 2 of 'Shark Tank' airs on ABC on January 30, 2022, at 8 pm ET. Watch the latest episode, which includes products such as a Bluetooth-enabled device, rapid trussing tools, and more.
Missed an episode? Been wanting to catch up? Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu. Not just that, you can also watch old seasons and episodes on Amazon Prime Video and iTunes.