Curious about what's happened to your favorite inventors and inventions from Season One of American Inventor?
Well, we have lots of information but we didn't know for sure what we could share with you and what we couldn't since much of it was unconfirmed or confidential.
So we thought it would be a good idea to create a place where folks from Season One can report on what has been going on for them in their own words.
There were reports from many sources that the finalists from Season One have recently been released from their contracts with American Inventor and Freemantle Media and are now on their own.
Many of these released finalists are waiting for potential investors and licensing partners to come through for their products and a few have potential deals in the works.
We also heard that some of the auditioners on the show who were not finalists, stil benefited greatly from the exposure their inventions got on the show.
Rather than naming names and giving details, I am hoping the inventors from Season One will all come here and give us an update here if they are not planning on writing a separate update or advice article for AmericanInventorSpot.com.
Also, if you can share any advice to those who are planning to audition for Season Two of American Inventor that would be appreciated too.
InventorSpot.com received an update from Mark Martinez one of the finalists from season one of American Inventor. He has told us that his Sackmaster will be in the shelves of Home Depot in the next few months.