It's all about 'Sugar Rush': Why you need to watch out for this delicious offering from Netflix?
'Sugar Rush' is all about creating the best sweet delights — from cakes to confections — while racing against time to win the ultimate cash prize, which amounts to $10,000.
After serving scrumptious originals on our plates like 'Nailed It', 'Chef's Table', 'Cooking On High, and 'Ugly Delicious', Netflix is ramping up the craving with their delicious next offering, 'Sugar Rush'. A series drafted in the reality show/competition module, 'Sugar Rush' is all about creating the best sweet delights — from cakes to confections — while racing against time to win the ultimate cash prize, which amounts to $10,000. If the high-pressure-drama is not incentive enough, the show is a must-watch just for the world-class chefs who have signed up for the ride.
"'Sugar Rush' is the new, relentlessly fast-paced baking competition that challenges brilliant bakers to create sweet treats that look and taste amazing – all against the clock. Who will race to the finish and win $10,000?" a description of the upcoming food show from Netflix teased.
As is the case with any food-related challenge, contestants will be pitted against each other based on their gastronomical creation. The layout remains pretty simply there will be four teams of bakers, competing through multiple rounds to prepare the best sweet treats in an attempt to impress the judges. From the looks of the teaser video, it appears that the first round is all about cupcakes, while round 2 will deal with confections, and ultimately moving into the final round where contestants would create masterpiece cakes.
Not only are these delicious desserts meant to please the tastebuds but also the eyes, as apparent from the glimpses of the few creations featured in the trailer. However, the prime ingredient that these contestants must not forget is time. With the clock ticking it would all boil down to efficiency, skills, and management until one of these bakers manage to woo the judges and win the grand prize money.
Produced by Magical Elves, the same company responsible for bringing delectable series like 'Top Chef' and 'Nailed It!', 'Sugar Rush' will have Hunter March (AwesomenessTV) serving as the host. Even the judges' table is all star-studded, with world-class pastry chefs Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo taking over the duties. Asides these two, Comic Book reports that chef Mindy Segal, Jonathan Graham, Betsey Johnson and Richard Blais will also become a part of the eight-episodes long baking competition.
As far as the contestants are concerned, expect a mix of faces including Amir Hajimaleki, Dennis Van, Tina Contes, Alicia Wolding, and David McCall.
'Sugar Rush' starts streaming on Netflix from Friday, July 13.