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Supermarket Sweep

Abc · 2020 ·
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Hosted and executive produced by Emmy Award-nominated comedienne and actress Leslie Jones, is a fast-paced and energetic series following three teams of two as they battle it out using their grocery shopping skills and knowledge of merchandise to win big cash prizes.

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Show NameSupermarket Sweep
Networkabc
Year2020
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