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'Shark Tank' is losing a lot of viewers — here's how the stars think it can turn around

"Shark Tank" has found itself in choppy waters with ratings. The business-deal reality show returned for its eighth season on September 23 and it's averaging 5 million viewers, 15% less than last season, according to Nielsen ratings. Things gets worse when you look at how it's doing among adults under the age of 50, the demographic advertisers want most. Currently, it's averaging a 1.
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