Shark Tank has been a staple of the popular American television series since its debut in 2013, and the show has now moved into a bigger arena with its third season.
A year ago, it had more than 40 million viewers on its initial two seasons.
But it has now surpassed those numbers, and that’s due to its new owners: billionaire investor Antonym Anker and former Fox News host Glenn Beck.
The show will now be owned by the Walt Disney Company, which has recently expanded into new territories with its purchase of Pixar, which produces popular animated feature films like Toy Story, Finding Nemo, and Inside Out.
The Walt Disney family of companies has long been known for its conservative and sometimes controversial stances, but this latest move is a bold move to get the show to a larger audience.
It’s also a bold one for Disney, which is now owned by one of the most powerful corporations in the world.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Disney will be paying $4.4 billion for the show, which will be made up of three seasons.
It will air on ABC, Fox, ESPN, and Netflix, as well as Disney XD.
ABC, the network with the most viewers in the U.S., is currently the second-most watched channel in the country behind Disney.
The ABC deal, which was announced on Wednesday, marks the largest single purchase in history for a live-action show, and comes on the heels of ABC acquiring two other channels, CNN and MSNBC.
The network’s new deal includes CNN, MSNBC, and several other networks as well, according to the Associated Press.
Disney’s move to acquire the show comes as the company is facing a barrage of criticism over its treatment of minorities and women in its shows.
In January, a report revealed that the show was being shopped around to advertisers, with some advertisers choosing to pull their support.
Disney has responded by saying that it is taking steps to improve its diversity and inclusion policies, and it is making changes to its show lineup.