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.
Exclusive: There will be a Great Holiday Baking Show season 2, though will have a new name when it returns to ABC in December: The Great American Baking Show.
Update, June 10, 11 a.m.: PBS will air The Great British Bake-Off series six starting on July 1. The network confirmed the news the day after reality blurred published the story below. Earlier, June 9: The Great British Baking Show, aka The Great British Bake-Off, will be returning to PBS for a third season in July, reality… continue reading
Four epsiodes is hardly enough time for a series to find its rhythms, its comfort zone, never mind for a show that comes with as much expectation as ABC’s The Great Holiday Baking Show did. That’s because it’s related to both a failed US series and a beloved UK series, and it had a lot to live up to.
Well, after four episodes, the ABC has proved itself—and now that its yeast is all activated, it’s time to let it bake. And by that super-forced metaphor, I mean: I hope ABC brings it back, both in holiday and non-holiday form. ABC has given chances to Shark Tank and The Taste in the past, and both shows improved and grew with time.
When I learned that ABC was planning a baking competition with Mary Berry as a judge, I did not expect that what would end up on television is The Great British Bake-Off. But The Great Holiday Baking Show really is that. As some kind of holiday miracle, the show and format have not been Americanized; The Great Holiday Baking Show is almost exactly the original… continue reading
The end of The Great British Baking Show‘s second season on PBS prompts the same kind of response that I have after eating a great cupcake, or cookie, or other baked treat: More please! So will there be another season on PBS? There are four UK seasons that have yet to air in the United States. I asked PBS about… continue reading