Fans of ABC's "Shark Tank" will have a new network they can tune into come January.
CNBC has licensed the off-network rights to the biz competition program, and will roll out segs on the cabler beginning early next year. Acquisition follows CNBC attaining the off-net rights to NBC's "The Apprentice" and bowing the episodes in March.
"Shark Tank" debuted on ABC in 2009 and is produced by Sony Pictures TV. Mark Burnett, Clay Newbill and Phil Gurin exec produce the show.
CNBC Nabs Off-Network Rights to ABC's 'Shark Tank'
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