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Where you can stream The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday

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Every Christmas brings the tempting parade of holiday dishes that would threaten to expand the waistlines of most humans. After all, who doesn’t love eating gingerbread cookies or making pumpkin muffins topped with delicious vanilla frosting?

Baking is an essential activity for Christmas, and it’s only appropriate that there are programs designed to showcase the very best — or worst. The baking reality program The Great American Baking Show will offer its own holiday-themed episode this year, The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday, with celebrities testing their baking skills under the watchful eye of Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith. But where can you find it and when does it stream?

Where is it streaming?

The cast of The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday.

If you’re looking to watch six celebrities make fools of themselves baking a fruit cake, then you won’t have to leave your house. The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday will be available to stream for free on The Roku Channel. The Roku Channel started in 2017 as a streaming service from Roku, Inc. The Roku Channel has licensing deals with companies like Warner Bros., Lionsgate, and Sony Pictures to feature movies and TV shows on the platform. The channel also features Roku Originals — free movies and TV shows that are exclusive to the channel.

Current programming includes broadcast shows like Two Broke Girls and Criminal Minds, live news programs from major networks like ABC and NBC, and classic movies such as War of the Worlds and Lethal Weapon. Plus, Roku made a deal with AMC Networks to bring free, ad-supported TV, or FAST, to its channel. AMC shows like Mad Men and The Walking Dead will be added to the AMC Showcase channel on Roku.

When is it available?

The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday will be available to stream starting on December 2.

Watch The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday on The Roku Channel

The cast of The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday.

How much does it cost?

The Roku Channel is free at signup. However, you occasionally have to watch ads while watching certain movies and TV programs. Users can also purchase third-party streaming services such as Paramount+, Showtime, Discovery+, and AMC+ and add them to their Roku as a premium subscription.

It’s important to note that a Roku device or Roku television is not required to access The Roku Channel. You can access The Roku Channel from any compatible Samsung Smart TV, compatible Amazon Fire TV device, or from the free Roku mobile app for iOS and Android. The Roku Channel can also be accessed online from a web browser on a computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Is it worth it?

Yes, but only if you like to look at scrumptious deserts being made by inept amateur star chefs. Six celebrities — SNL’s Chloe Fineman, actor Nat Faxon, Fire Island star Joel Kim Booster, NFL player Marshawn Lynch, social media influencer Liza Koshy, and The Good Place’s D’Arcy Carden — attempt to dazzle judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith enough for them to earn the coveted title of Star Baker.

Hosted by The Office‘s Ellie Kemper and Severance actor Zach Cherry, The Great American Baking Show: Celebrity Holiday runs approximately 60 minutes. Regular episodes of the series will stream on The Roku Channel sometime in 2023, with Kemper, Cherry, Hollywood, and Leith returning to judge amateur bakers.

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