Snoop Dogg And Martha Stewart's New Baking Competition Show Has A Spooky Twist

Everyone loves a good baking show — especially one with a spooktacular theme like "Halloween Baking Championship" where viewers can tune in for tons of unexpected tricks and great seasonal treats. And it seems another cooking duo is taking on the fall twist in a new show: renowned homemaker and TV personality Martha Stewart and rapper and businessman Snoop Dogg.

The pair's ongoing friendship first started blossoming after they met on Stewart's daytime talk show in 2008, according to UPI, but what really solidified their bond and chemistry was their joint venture on Justin's Bieber's "Comedy Central Roast" in 2016 that initially spawned the idea for their dual lifestyle shows and appearances. After further winning the hearts of people everywhere with their VH1 hit series, "Martha & Snoop's Potluck Party Challenge," Stewart and the "Drop It Like It's Hot" rapper are uniting for yet another endeavor of delicious proportions. 

The Futon Critic reports that NBC's Peacock and BuzzFeed have announced that the two superstars will be teaming up for "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween" baking competition. The hour-long special premieres on October 21 and will stream via the Peacock platform — notably, it's also the first show to come from BuzzFeed's show development deal they inked with Peacock, says UPI.

What to expect when Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart team up for a Halloween special

So, what can fans of the lifestyle guru and rapper expect from this boo-tiful team up? Collider notes that the baking competition will be judged by Stewart, Snoop, and Tasty's "Making It Big" host Alvin Zhou. The Futon Critic cites that the bakers will face off in teams of three called Scare Squads. The goal is to create "a full-sensory 12x12 Halloween world that people can literally explore" and the immersive creations must all be inspired by one concept: fear. 

Bakers will be expected to truly "go big or go home" with their designs and create larger-than-life deliciously dastardly treats that will scare the socks off of anyone. Adding to the difficulty of the challenge is that all the bakers will be timed — because what's baking and creating a confectionary masterpiece without a little pressure? Finished or not, each of the Scare Squads' creepy-crawly works of art will be judged by Stewart, Snoop, and Zhou. 

The Futon Critic cites that a winner will be crowned "best in show," and will be celebrated with a Halloween party. Collider adds that the show will be executive produced by Stewart, Snoop's Snoopadelic Films, Magical Elves' Casey Kriley, Jo Sharon, Hillary Olsen, Patrick J. Doody, and Gaylen Gawlowski, and Buzzfeed Studios' Alan Reid and Charlotte Simms.