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Mobile game "Candy Crush Saga" has become a worldwide phenomenon, and this new game show brings it to life as teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology. The contestants use their entire bodies to swing, slide and swipe pieces to make matches to earn points and defeat obstacles. Those who conquer the game are crowned the champions. Seasoned entertainment personality Mario Lopez hosts.

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