The Great British Bake-Off ended its first Channel 4, non-BBC season last night, but 12 hours before it did, new judge Prue Leith revealed the winner on Twitter.
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ABC announced The Great American Baking Show’s major changes that were first reported on reality blurred: Mary Berry is out, Paul Hollywood is in.
ABC’s version of the Great British Bake-Off may feature a reunion between GBBO judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood, and also has new hosts.
Mary Berry will be back judging a competition in a kitchen: Britain’s Best Cook will test “skill under pressure and individual flair” of home cooks.
Besides a new judge and new hosts, the Channel 4 version of The Great British Bake Off will have another major change: no puns or innuendo.
The Great British Bake-Off series eight is currently being filmed, according to its former co-host, who had praise for her replacements.
PBS released the trailer for The Great British Baking Show season 4, which starts June 16, and it contains good news and bad news for fans of the UK show.
Channel 4 announced the judge and hosts who will replace Mary Berry, Mel, and Sue on The Great British Bake Off, which will return to TV later this year.
The Great British Baking Show will return to PBS in June, airing the seventh season of GBBO as PBS’ season 4. Plus: PBS will air an early GBBO season.
GBBO’s Mary Berry will be back on ABC this December with The Great American Baking Show, the expanded version of The Great Holiday Baking Show. Plus: Details about the new season of The Great Christmas Light Fight.
Statements from Love Productions and Channel 4 suggest that The Great British Bake-Off won’t change, even though Mary, Sue, and Mel quit. Why they’re wrong.
The worst-case scenario for The Great British Bake-Off has occurred: its beloved, cheeky judge Mary Berry has quit the show.
The hosts of The Great British Bake-Off have quit the show following its exit from the BBC over money. Will judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood also leave?
The Great British Bake-Off is moving to Channel 4 after negotiations with the BBC failed, apparently over the amount of money the network would pay.
The illustrator who created The Great British Bake-Off’s illustrations for signature and showstopper bakes has turned his art into an adult coloring book.