Producers Dish On Martha And Snoop's Unique Relationship - Exclusive

One of the most intriguing celebrity relationships on television today has to be Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart. The unlikely duo come from drastically different fields, but they clearly both love food. That's why so many fans adore when this pair gets together, as they did for "Martha and Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party" on VH1 (via People). Fortunately for everyone, Snoop and Martha teamed up once again to film a fun baking competition just in time for one of Stewart's favorite holidays: Halloween. Mashed spoke with Jo Sharon and Casey Kriley, the co-CEOs of Magical Elves and Executive Producers for "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween" special, to learn more about the show. Fortunately, Kriley filled us in on what Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart's relationship is really like.

As it turns out, their friendship is totally authentic. It isn't simply an act for the camera. "For me, seeing Martha and Snoop's authentic and real relationship in real life, they are obviously friends on- and off-camera," Kriley said. The duo had fun anywhere they went on set, according to the co-CEOs.

Snoop and Martha had chemistry with Alvin Zhou too

Even after some time away from the set, both Sharon and Kriley could see how close Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart had become during their time off from filming. "It's been some time since we've worked with them, and you could see that their relationship has evolved even during that time away. It's really heartwarming. They really care and know each other and love to hang out together," Kriley said.

Even though Snoop and Martha have great chemistry, the Halloween special brought on an additional judge that neither had met before. Sharon and Kriley were pleasantly surprised by the harmony of the three judges, though. "But, the tricky or scary part was bringing in this third person, Alvin Zhou, that doesn't already have a relationship with Snoop and Martha. But they all had fast and quick chemistry. Snoop and Martha gelled together with Alvin. It was dynamic between the three in off-camera moments," Kriley explained. It's definitely a spooky bake-off fans won't want to miss.

The one-hour baking competition special, "Snoop and Martha's Very Tasty Halloween," is now available to stream on Peacock.