Sony Channel announces sixth season of Shark Tank Brasil

Sony Channel announces sixth season of Shark Tank Brasil

Sony channel Production of sixth season confirmed Shark tank brasil, And inauguration of registration for entrepreneurs wishing to participate in the reality show, already available on the website Sony channel. Registration has to be done by May 30.

Decided to start shooting for the sixth season this semester Shark tank brasil Will feature 13 episodes, like the previous season – co-production between Sony Pictures Television (SPT) And Floresta Produce.

Widely accepted in Brazil, the popular business and entrepreneurship reality show has reached more than 10 million people in the country over the past five years. Currently, the program’s YouTube channel brings together over 400,000 subscribers. In the last five seasons, Sony channel Featured 74 episodes of Shark tank brasil, With a total of 296 deals submitted for the Sharks.

The award-winning Shark Tank franchise is based on the reality Dragons’ Den made by Nippon TV in Japan, and distributed worldwide by SPT. The event provides entrepreneurs with the opportunity to launch their investment ideas to big investors, known as “sharks”, in the hope of getting investment funds.

Dragons’ Den has been successfully adapted and has already wooed audiences in more than 40 regions worldwide, including Australia, Canada, France, Germany and the United States.

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