Step aside, green eggs and ham—the spotlight is on a sugary new program.
Prime Video released the first look for upcoming baking competition Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge, which has teams of chefs turning Dr. Seuss cartoons into edible delicacies as they eye the grand prize of $50,000.
In the Nov. 16 trailer, host Tamera Mowry-Housley greets contestants as they enter the "City of Seuss," the show's whimsical backdrop adorned with references to Dr. Seuss books.
"Nine teams will create these characters so sweet," Tamera says in the video, as images of Seuss-themed treats pop onscreen. "Will their dreams soar high or collapse in defeat?"
One clip shows a cake modeled after the elephant Horton from Horton Hears A Who, while another montage shows a green dish splatting on the ground.
Contestants shared their own connections to Dr. Seuss in the trailer, touching on what impact the books have had on them.
"Dr. Seuss is so iconic," one baker says. "Oh The Places You'll Go has literally been the story of my life."
Another chef adds, "Knowing how much the Grinch means to our family. I really want to make my boys proud."
In each episode, bakers "will be given a challenge based on Seuss characters and stories," according to a press release. These creations will be judged by acclaimed pastry chefs Clarice Lam and Joshua John Russell who will critique the dishes based on "taste, creativity, accuracy and storytelling."
Dr. Seuss Baking Challenge is out on Prime Video Dec. 13.
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