Christmas is coming early for Nailed It! fans this year, as Netflix’s baking show returns for a Christmas special next month.
The streaming giant’s answer to The Great British Bake Off, the series celebrates failure as well as success, as it pits amateur bakers against each other in a 30-minute contest: recreate a selection of stunning baked goods with no experience and see who can get the closest to not making a total mess. The winner walks away with $10,000.
Hosted by Nicole Byer and Jacques Torres, and described as “part competition, part hot mess”, the show is unwrapping a festive treat for Christmas, promising the same hot mess but with extra jingle. Home-bakers will be taking a shot at recreating edible holiday masterpieces to bring some extra cash home for Christmas. “Christmas trees, Hannukah cakes… We’ll probably eat things that are pretty… awful,” says Byer in the new trailer for the special.
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