This October Hulu will debut Baker’s Dozen, a competition where professional and home chefs vie for the grand prize: cash and the Golden Rolling Pin! Today, the streamer revealed the trailer, poster, still images, and guest judges list for the upcoming culinary series.

(Courtesy of Hulu)

(Courtesy of Hulu)

What’s Happening:

  • Hulu's new culinary competition Baker's Dozen will be served up to audiences on October 7th!
  • Fans can expect to see 13 new contestants (…a fresh baker's dozen) on each episode as both home-taught and professional bakers face off for a cash prize, and the highly coveted Golden Rolling pin.
Contestant Tyrice Hayes (Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

Contestant Tyrice Hayes (Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

  • Baker’s Dozen inaugural season—featuring 104 contestants—will prove anyone can be a star in the kitchen!
  • In addition to hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley and Bill Yosses, a new guest judge from the culinary world joins each episode.
  • The eight guest judges are:
    • Joshua John Russell
    • Robert Lucas
    • Leanne Pietrasinski
    • Rachel Teufel
    • Lauren Ko
    • Gemma Stafford
    • Teri Cellutto
    • Loria Stern

(Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

(Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

Series Synopsis: 

  • “Passionate amateur bakers will go head-to-head with seasoned professionals in each episode of Baker’s Dozen. Join hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley (The Real, The Masked Singer and Christmas Comes Twice) and Bill Yosses (former White House Pastry Chef) for this fast-paced competition series that will determine the best baker of all! Which of the 13 bakers has what it takes to create the next viral baking sensation, win the golden rolling pin and take home the cash prize?”
Contestant Sybelle Venegas (Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

Contestant Sybelle Venegas (Photo by: Cory Osborne/Hulu)

Creative Team: 

  • Baker’s Dozen is executive produced bySandy Varo Jarrell, Suzanne Rauscher, Justin Rae Barnes, Tara Seiner and Scott Mlodzinski for Bright Spot Content, an All3Media America company.
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