Shark Tank Mark Cuban Drops Bombshell, Leaves Show
The Shark Tank Season 15 spoilers reveal that Mark Cuban dropped a bombshell on fans. He announced that he was leaving the show.
Mark has been a part of the ABC reality competition since its third season. Keep on reading to learn more about this shocking news.
Shark Tank Season 15 Spoilers: Mark Cuban Announces Departure
According to the Shark Tank Season 15 spoilers, Mark Cuban is leaving the series after this season. Back in September, rumors were swirling that he was stepping down from the series. It’ll be hard for the fans to watch the show without him.
Mark is a fair and even-keeled shark who has a lot of successful businesses. He also became known for being an ethical billionaire, which is rare.
In Season 2 of Shark Tank, Mark was a guest shark. Due to his popularity, Mark replaced Kevin Harrington in Season 3. The lineup of sharks has also included Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Grenier, and Robert Herjavec.
In his interview with Parade, Cuban teased the upcoming 15th season of the series. He also recalled the times when people would come up to him and say they became entrepreneurs because of Shark Tank.
The Shark Tank Season 15 spoilers suggested that Mark Cuban was leaving the show. He addressed the rumors during that interview. The show allows Cuban to add to his portfolio.
At the time, he admitted that he would leave the show since his kids are in college now. He would schedule their family vacations around Shark Tank.
“It comes down to just being able to get family together over the summer,” Cuban told Parade. “That’s super important to me and it just gets harder when your kids are going in their own direction.”
Shark Tank Spoilers: Mark Cuban Announces Departure
According to the Shark Tank spoilers, Mark Cuban will leave the show after Season 16. Cuban thinks that time is the perfect time for him to walk away from the show. He’s still passionate about the series despite his decision.
“I love [the show] because it sends the message the American dream is alive and well,” Cuban said on a podcast episode of All The Smoke. “I feel like in doing Shark Tank all these years, we’ve trained multiple generations of entrepreneurs that if somebody can come from Iowa or Sacramento or wherever, and show up on the carpet of Shark Tank and show their business and get a deal, it’s going to inspire generations of kids.”
What are your thoughts on Mark Cuban’s announcement? Does it surprise you that he’s leaving the show after Season 16? Sound off below in the comment section.