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Everything You Need To Know About Candy Crush Winning just got so much sweeter!
Posted on Jul 5, 2017 10:50am

With plenty of obstacles to overcome and, of course, candy combos to match, Candy Crush comes to life on Sunday, July 9 at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access.

So what does Candy Crush have to offer for game show fanatics?

STREAM: Candy Crush Sets Guinness World Record For Largest Touch Screen Display

The host with the most.
Mario Lopez will be the master of ceremonies inside the Candy Crush Arena. See why Lopez's sugary spirit makes him the perfect host for this candy-coated competition show:




The gameplay is no cakewalk.
Teams of two will have to harness their brains and braun to be crowned champions of the Candy Crush Arena. Like the gameplay of the app turned larger-than-life, these candy-loving competitors will have to swipe, swing, slide, and make confection combos—with their bodies!

It's a record-setting game show.
Using next-gen technology to bring the colorful mobile app to life, Candy Crush is unlike any competition you've seen before. The tasty test features two giant interactive game boards—the largest touch screen displays in the world!



It all starts with familiar CBS faces.
Divided into pairs, four teams of two will fight (sugar) tooth and nail against each other. The series premiere, airing on July 9 at 9/8c on CBS and CBS All Access, will feature CBS fan-favorites from Survivor and Big Brother.

Previous Survivor castaways Kelley Wentworth and Joe Anglim will face off against fellow former Survivor contestants Woo Hwang and Jeremy Collins.

Representing Big Brother, Season 18's Paul Abrahamian and Da'Vonne Rogers form an alliance against BB16's Caleb Reynolds and Frankie Grande. Which of these four tasty teams will win the Candy Crush crown?

Find out who has the sweetest skills in the star-studded premiere of Candy Crush on Sunday, July 9 at 9/8c—following an all-new episode of Big Brother at 8/7c—on CBS and CBS All Access.