Shark Tank sneak peek: See who is in the battle of entrepreneurs trying to land their venture capital on June 1

It's a battle between smoked fish sauce, instant freezer, hybrid stuffed animals and a beard grooming template.

                            Shark Tank sneak peek: See who is in the battle of entrepreneurs trying to land their venture capital on June 1
Mark Cuban, Daymond John and Barbara Corcoran (Source: Getty Images)

Entrepreneurs with a zest to make it big are back on ABC's 'Shark Tank'.

The next episode to be aired on June 1 will see a battle between firefighters and entrepreneurs from Pembroke Pines, Florida who will introduce their healthy, smoked fish dip; a hair and beard grooming template from an entrepreneur in Chapel Hill, North Carolina; two entrepreneurs from Vancouver, Washington, who have created a unique hybrid of a stuffed animal and blanket for families on the go and a device that chills an entire bottle of wine in just 30 seconds from an entrepreneur in San Francisco, California. Quite the lineup this time.  

In his follow-up, entrepreneur Aaron Krause made a deal with Lori Greiner in season four for his one-of-a-kind dishwashing sponge tool, ScrubDaddy.

With a full line of products and over $150 million in retail sales, Krause has a new product to pitch Lori. The Sharks in this episode are Mark Cuban, Daymond John, Kevin O’Leary, Lori Greiner and Robert Herjavic.

'Shark Tank' is a highly successful television series that has recently been renewed for a tenth season. It has won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Structured Reality Program four times in a row from 2014 to 2017. Before that, it championed in the Outstanding Reality Program. The show also has a spinoff to it called 'Beyond The Tank' which shows what the winners and losers of the original show are upto - if their businesses thrived or failed. Two seasons of the spin-off have aired so far. 

While most shows that have gone on for so long tank, this one has seen a steady growth in views. In fact, initially, it only had 5 million viewers for its first two seasons. By 2012, the show averaged over 6 million viewers per episode.

'Shark Tank''s sixth season was most successful, grabbing over 9 million eyeballs per episode. The show's casting calls are open.