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Dragons Den 2022: When will the show air, is it on TV, what channel is it on and is there a new Dragon?

Dragons Den 2022: When will the show air, is it on TV, what channel is it on and is there a new Dragon?
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Dragon’s Lair will be back on TV tonight.

Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming season of Dragons’ Den:

When will Dragon’s Lair be shown on TV?

The nineteenth series of Dragons’ Den will hit our screens tonight and will run for 14 episodes.

When will the show air and how to watch it

The new series launches tonight at 8pm and is scheduled to air at the same time each week.

Dragons’ Den will be broadcast on BBC One and will be available on BBC iPlayer for those who want to watch it while catching up.

What dragon will return to the den?

Peter Jones, Tucker Solomon, Sarah Davis and Deborah Maiden will return as panelists for the new season as they invest in or away from budding entrepreneurs.

Is there a new dragon?

Besides the returning Dragon, there will be a new businessman on the show.

Stephen Bartlett, the youngest person to sit on the panel, is 29 years old and founder of social media marketing agency Social Chain.

The entrepreneur became a millionaire at the age of 23, after his success with the marketing agency that is now valued at $600 million.

He left Social Chain back in 2020 to pursue new projects such as marketing platform Flight Story and ThirdWeb, a company that creates blockchain-based applications.

Stephen also has a large presence on social media and is a content creator, investor, speaker, and Sunday Times bestselling author.

His podcast “The Diary of a CEO” follows Stephen as he gives interviews to big names in the business industry like Gymshark’s Ben Francis, Ann Summers’ Jacqueline Gold CBE, and most recently, Pretty Little Thing’s Creative Director, Molly-Mae Hague.

He told the Guardian: The Dragon’s Den is the only window I’ve had in 12 years, but I understand what I’m bringing. A fresh perspective from a new era of business.

I feel responsible because there has never been a black dragon in the show. The most powerful role models, of course, are those that are most closely related.

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