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Expert bakers go toe-to-toe to see whose cake creations will earn them the grand prize.

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Bakers work on creations to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the iconic special "Charlie Brown's All-Stars!"; guest judge Lindsey Schulz, granddaughter of Peanuts creator Charles Schulz.
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Archie, Jughead, Betty, Veronica and the whole gang are headed for Cake Wars, as four master cake artists battle to have their creations at the center of a party celebrating 75 years of the iconic comic book.
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Four cake artists compete to have their Garfield-themed creations at the center of a party celebrating the birthday of the lasagna-loving feline.
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DC Comics is looking for the best cake maker to create a centerpiece for their celebration; judges Ron-Ben Israel and Waylynn Lucas will be joined by Dan DiDio, Geoff Johns and Jim Lee, senior executives and comic book artists for DC Comics.
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DreamWorks Animation is throwing a massive party to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the iconic animated film, "Shrek"; producer Gina Shay helps judge the baker's creations.
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Celebrating the 20th anniversary of "Space Jam"; four bakers compete for their cake to be the centerpiece of the celebration; Bill Farmer, the voice actor behind Sylvester and Yosemite Sam, acts as a guest judge.
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Four cake makers compete to have their creation at the center of an epic party celebrating the latest season of Sesame Street.
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Cake Wars celebrates the iconic board game, Monopoly; Four bakers compete for their cakes to be the centerpiece at a party celebrating Monopoly; Rebecca Hollander, director of the Monopoly brand at Hasbro, helps choose the winner.
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Four bakers battle it out for the chance to have their cake as the centerpiece of a party celebrating the "Rugrats" TV show; EG Daily, the voice actress behind the animated series' Tommy Pickles, helps determine a winner.
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A cake artist's creation will be at the center of a celebration honoring children's book author Dr. Seuss and the posthumous publication of his book, "What Pet Should I Get?"
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Super Mario Bros video game is being represented in cake form; the winning cake will be featured at a celebration for Nintendo's Mario Maker; Krysta Yang, from Nintendo of America, is on hand to help judge the results.
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Four talented bakers compete to take home $10,000 by making Transformers-themed cakes; Simon Waters, senior vice president of global brand licensing for Hasbro, takes a seat on the judging panel.
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The Simpsons family is throwing a huge bash to celebrate their success and the winning cake maker will have their creation front and center at the event.
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Four bakers battle to have their amazing cake as the centerpiece of a party celebrating SpongeBob SquarePants; Tom Kenny, the voice of SpongeBob himself, serves as guest judge.
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Four master bakers compete to take home $10,000 and have their cake showcased at a celebration of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; Greg Cipes and Mae Whitman, voices of Michelangelo and April O'Neil, act as guest judges.
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Four bakers compete to have their cake creations at the center of a party celebrating the animated franchise "How to Train Your Dragon"; judges Art Brown and Doug Sloan, executive producers of "Dragons: Race to the Edge."
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Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup fly in to celebrate the iconic animated series The Powerpuff Girls; four bakers compete to have their cake creations at the center of the party and take home the prize.
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Four bakers go to battle to have their cake at the center of a party celebrating the DreamWorks animated movie "Trolls"; Walt Dohrn and Mike Mitchell, directors of "Trolls", serve as special guest judges.
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The bakers compete to have their scrumdiddlyumptious cake creation at the center of an event celebrating the 45th anniversary of the all-time classic film "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory."
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Renowned magician Mat Franco helps choose which of four talented bakers will have their cake appear at a party celebrating magic and win $10,000.
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Beloved stories "James and the Giant Peach," "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" and "The BFG" come to the kitchen to celebrate the 100th birthday of children's author Roald Dahl; special guest judge Chloe Dahl, Roald Dahl's granddaughter.

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