The Shark Tank has a history of raising money for good causes.
In April, for instance, the show raised $500,000 for a cancer research fund.
In August, the Shark Tank raised $1.6 million for the Great Lakes Fishery Management Association.
In September, it donated $50,000 to a nonprofit group working to restore the endangered Great Lakes Killer Whale.
But a month after Shark Tank founder Adam Savage said he raised $5 million for his cause with a $3,000-per-ticket sale, the channel has gone bankrupt, according to Bloomberg Businessweek.
The show’s $3 million sale was part of a $50 million fundraising blitz the channel began last year, which saw the sale of more than 30 Shark Tank items.
The proceeds went toward more than $1 billion in projects aimed at helping the environment and public health.
The Shark Tank sale was the second time the channel’s founder has been sued over the sale.
In 2016, Savage filed a lawsuit against the Shark Tester, a startup that he said he used to raise money for a charity, according a blog post from the blog of the New York Times.
In the lawsuit, Savage said the SharkTester was using the company’s platform to help raise money and advertise his charity.
According to a statement from the show, Savage is no longer involved with the SharkTank and has left the show.
“We will be donating any remaining Shark Tank proceeds to an environmental cause,” the statement read.