With seven seasons and 142 episodes under its belt, ABC's entrepreneur pitch show, Shark Tank, has seen it all. The premise of the show is simple: inventors and entrepreneurs pitch their products to real-life investors (called sharks). The sharks evaluate the products and decide whether to back the fledgling companies with their own money. Insidermonkey experts made a list of 10 most successful Shark Tank products ever.
A sponge company has far and away become the biggest "Shark Tank" success story. Over the past three years, Scrub Daddy has brought in a total of $75 million in revenue, according to investor Lori Greiner. Greiner made a deal with its founder and CEO, Aaron Krause, in Season 4 for $200,000 in exchange for 20% equity. You can also check our list of the 11 Most Successful Shark Tank Businesses.