Four talented cake artists go to battle for the chance to have their cake as the centerpiece of a party celebrating the animated movie "Smurfs: The Lost Village"; Kelly Asbury, director of the film, joins the judging panel.
It's an adventure for the ages with Cinderella, Ariel, Princess Jasmine, and many more, as four champion bakers battle to have their cakes serve as the centerpiece of a party celebrating Disney's Princesses.
Four master bakers create cakes inspired by Saban's Power Rangers and compete to win the chance to display it at a party celebrating the movie and take home $10,000; the Yellow Ranger herself, singer and actress Becky G., serves as guest judge.
The champion bakers battle for their cake to be the centerpiece of a party celebrating Pikachu and the rest of the Pokemon.
Four champions return and compete to have their cake displayed as the centerpiece of a LEGO party; Amanda Santoro from LEGO serves as guest judge.
Four remaining teams of a master cake artist, sugar sculptor and food carver return to battle; the contestants must imagine Santa's undercover disguise; the contestants create a delicious forest world where the animals celebrate Christmas.
Five remaining teams are challenged to show how Santa's elves get in shape; teams then must give the Nutcracker a modern twist; Charles Phoenix and Sherry Yard, along with special guest judge Tamera Mowry-Housley, determine which team is eliminated.
The six remaining trios celebrate the 50th anniversary of How the Grinch Stole Christmas; a modern twist on How the Grinch Stole Christmas; the teams add holiday spirit to the Grinch's lair; Dr. Seuss Enterprises president Susan Brandt judges.
Seven teams composed of a cake artist, sugar sculptor and master food carver compete; they must tackle the worst gift under the Christmas tree; giving Santa Claus a makeover.
Four returning champions do battle for the chance to have their cake as the centerpiece of a party celebrating the 10th anniversary of Shrek; only one will remain undefeated and take home $10,000.
Four champion cake artists make Avengers cakes for the chance to win $10,000; Stephen Wacker, VP of Animation, Development and Current Series at Marvel Enterprises, serves as guest judge.
Four returning Cake Wars champions compete for their cake to be the centerpiece of Dr. Seuss party; Susan Brandt, President of Dr. Seuss Enterprises, judges.
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.
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.
"Cake Wars" celebrates the animated film "Happy Feet"; four bakers compete to have their cakes displayed at the Aquarium of the Pacific; Luke Richmond from the Aquarium of the Pacific joins the judges panel.
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.
Cake Wars celebrates the long-standing tradition of the Rose Bowl college football game; former NFL player and Rose Bowl champion Lawrence Jackson is a judge.
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.
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.
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.
The epic final battle of Cake Wars: Christmas; the final two teams must create an edible Rudolph Christmas card; in the final round, the teams must create the ultimate Christmas-decorated yard.
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.
The final three teams must help Santa with a gift for Mrs. Claus; the teams create the ultimate Santa's Workshop; guest judge and candy queen Jackie Sorkin helps to determine which teams will face off in the next round.
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.
Four bakers battle to have their Addams Family cake creations as the centerpiece of a party, but only one will take home $10,000; Kevin Miserocchi, director of the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation, joins the panel as guest judge.
Bakers create their best Wonder Woman cakes, but only one cake will be chosen as the centerpiece of a party celebrating the iconic hero's birthday and take home the prize; Nicola Scott, Wonder Woman comic book artist, guest judges.
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.
Four cake artists compete to have their Garfield-themed creations at the center of a party celebrating the birthday of the lasagna-loving feline.
Bakers compete to have their cake center stage at a party celebrating the globe-trotting adventurer Waldo; Brian Robinson, head of creative design and development for Dreamworks Animation, helps pick the winning cake.
Children's book character Paddington Bear brings his old hat and suitcase for a visit to celebrate the 90th birthday of Paddington Bear's creator, Michael Bond; RW Alley, the illustrator of Paddington, helps judge the winning cake.
Cake artists' creations pay tribute to the colorful and flavorful Jelly Belly jelly bean; Lisa Rowland Brasher, CEO of Jelly Belly, helps judge the results.
Cake artists battle to have their cake featured at a party celebrating the beloved children's book character Madeline; Kate Clark, founder of Yottoy, helps judge the results.
Four bakers create action-packed cakes celebrating the popular video game "Halo"; Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, Microsoft's Director of Programming, helps judge the results.
Cake artists compete for the chance to have their cake displayed at a party celebrating the 25th anniversary of the iconic film "Beauty and the Beast."
Four bakers compete in an Egyptian adventure when they are tasked with creating a cake as a centerpiece of a party celebrating the grand opening of Busch Gardens Tampa Bay's newest thrill ride, Cobra's Curse.
Four artists take on the challenge of creating cakes with an emoji theme; with guest judge Gedeon Maheux, co-founder of Iconfactory.
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."
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.
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.
Talented bakers take on the iconic comic book hero, Captain America; one of four talented bakers will take their cake creation to a party celebrating the super-soldier hero's 75th birthday; guest judge, Stephen Wacker, VP of Animation at Marvel.
Bakers put their skills to the test and take on Alice in Wonderland in cake form; Mike Gabriel, Production Designer and Filmmaker at Disney Animation Studios, joins as special guest judge.
Cake artists battle to capture dinosaurs in cake form; Jesse Daniel from the National History Museum of Los Angeles joins the judging panel.
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.
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."
Four cake makers compete to have their creation at the center of an epic party celebrating the latest season of Sesame Street.
Four bakers are challenged with creating amazing cake creations celebrating the first birthday of Rosie the baby hippo from the Los Angeles Zoo.
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.
The Aquarium of the Pacific throws a celebration for their Shark Lagoon nights, and the four bakers battle for the chance to have their cake creation be the centerpiece of the party.
The final two teams are tasked with creating eye-popping, edible Snow Globes and the ultimate gingerbread house; actress Monica Potter serves as guest judge.
With the help of an expert chocolatier, the four bakers put their heart into their Valentine's Day cake creations; chocolatier Jonathan Grahm joins the judging panel.
The remaining three teams create displays celebrating the 50th anniversary of "A Charlie Brown Christmas"; Lindsey Schultz, artist and granddaughter of "Peanuts" creator Charles M. Schulz, helps judge the results.
The winning cake creation will be the centerpiece at a party celebrating one of the biggest video games of all time, Minecraft; Brand Director for Minecraft, Lydia Winters, is on hand to help the judge the results.
The four remaining teams are challenged to take Christmas intergalactic and create displays of Santa in space; the teams must bring world-famous Christmas songs to life in a huge edible creation; actor Devin Ratray helps to judge the results.
The release of the animated movie "Kung Fu Panda 3" is celebrated as four bakers compete to impress the movie's directors.
The five remaining teams are challenged to make edible toys; when Santa's sleigh is broken the teams must create magical and mysterious displays of Santa's new ride; author Joy Cho helps to judge the results.
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?"
The six remaining teams take on the iconic tradition of ugly Christmas sweaters; Santa takes a sick day in the Santa's Mega Challenge; Chanda Bell and Christa Pitts from The Elf on the Shelf help to judge the results.
Four cake makers compete to have their creation front and center at a party celebrating Disney's newest "Star Wars" video game; Vice President of Development for Disney Infinity, John Vignocchi, joins the judging panel.
Seven teams go head-to-head to create mind-blowing Christmas cake creations based on the "Frozen" character Olaf; Chris Buck, co-director of the movie, will help judge the results.
Four cake artists compete to have their cake creation at the center of a massive celebration for the Girl Scouts of the USA.
Four cake artists must create a cake that takes inspiration from the movie classic, "The Sound of Music."
Four bakers piece together LEGO-themed cake creations, with the winner's cake being at the center of a party at LEGO's flagship store; guest Michael McNally, senior director of brand relations for LEGO Group, helps judge the results.
The bakers vie to have their cake creation featured at the celebration for the launch of Hello Kitty's North American tour; actress Katherine McNamara judges the results.
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.
The winning cake will be featured at a couple's dream wedding where everything has been provided by Theknot.com, except the cake.
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.
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.