Diane Keaton’s turtlenecks and Jeremy Irons can’t save a creaky, borderline offensive ensemble rom-com with none of the spirit of its forebears.
The remaining three bakers pull out all the stops to figure out which one gets the big title (and cake stand) at the end of this contentious season.
As the season draws closer to the finish line, a fan favorite is sent home.
The bakers get extra sweet this week as the semifinals approach.
Maya Rudolph narrates a dizzying, nostalgic trip around the world to the cuisines we all miss right now.
The tent gets retro, with ’80s-inspired quiches and cakes and surprising eliminations abound.
Based on a true story, Netflix’s family friendly comedy is as warm & smooth as a cup of hot cocoa.
The bakers try their hand at an array of questionably-provenanced Japanese dishes.
Pastry Week proves that, for England’s best amateur bakers, crimpin’ ain’t easy.
Heidi Schreck’s hit Broadway play transfers to Amazon with admirable verve, thanks to a strong central performance and effortless direction from Marielle Heller.
The contestants endure some balmy babkas in a sweltering series of chocolatey challenges.
Things don’t quite pan out as you expect, with soda bread and plaques galore.
Biscuits beware, as the contestants look for the perfect ‘snap’ while Mak runs into trouble.
Alex Gibney’s latest work of docu-journalism details the misinformation campaigns holding our social media (and sense of trust in institutions) hostage.
The UK’s favorite bake-off arrives just in time to save a tumultuous 2020 with charming antics and tumbled cakes.
Favreau returns with chef Roy Choi for another course of delicious food and relatable tricks of the culinary trade.
Netflix helps you scratch your decluttering itch, Kondo-style, with a bougie but buoyant reality series.
Selena Gomez helps cook us through quarantine with this home-brew cooking show filled with charity and charm.