Lori Greiner on Who Could Possibly Replace Mark Cuban on ‘Shark Tank’

Mark Cuban days on Shark cage are supposedly numbered – but fellow Shark Lori Greiner has a dream replacement in mind for that possibility.

Greiner walked the red carpet The Hollywood Reporter‘s Women in Entertainment Gala at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Thursday, where she spoke with ET’s Denny Directo and responded to Cuban’s recent comments about his plans to leave the show.

‘You never know. “I really can’t even talk about it,” she admitted. “We are in season 15 and his announcement would take another year.”

Late last month, Cuban sat down for a conversation the Showtime podcast All smoke, and during his wide-ranging conversation with hosts Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson, Cuban revealed that he planned to leave the show after season 16.

“This is our 15th year, and next year, our 16th year, will be my last year,” Cuban said without reservation. “So I still have a year left.”

Cuban simply explained that after all these years on the series — which is currently airing its fifteenth season — he feels like “it’s time.”

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But as Grenier explained to ET, “We still have season 16, and that would be 2025, right? It’s 2024, that would be 2025, I don’t know. It’s still so far away. We still have [him] For at least a year, right?”

“But people make announcements and then it spirals,” she added.

While it seems like Grenier isn’t completely sold on the idea of ​​Cuban actually leaving the series when the time comes, she admitted that she’s always had an ideal mogul and entrepreneur that she would like to see take her place among the investors. .

“I’ve wanted Oprah for years!” Grenier shared. “So what can I say? Let’s manifest that! Yes, world, manifest that!”

Lori Greiner walks the carpet at The Hollywood Reporter’s annual Women in Entertainment gala in Beverly Hills on December 7 – Michael Tran/AFP via Getty Images

During Cuban’s podcast appearance on All smokehe reflected on his time on the show and shared: ‘I feel like doing it Shark cage all these years we’ve trained multiple generations of entrepreneurs who, if anyone can come from Iowa or Sacramento or wherever, and show up on Shark cage and showcase their business and make a deal, it will inspire generations of kids.”

“People come and say, ‘I watched you when I was ten years old.’ I’m like, f**k,” Cuban added. “I’ve invested in, I don’t know how many hundreds of companies.”

Cuban first appeared as a guest Shark in Season 2, and joined the show full-time in Season 3. He has remained with the show ever since. Season 15 of Shark cage checked off in September.

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