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Extreme Cake Makers

Extreme Cake Makers is British Food TV series. Stars: Bryan Kopta. It debuted on May 01, 2017, on Channel 4. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.9 *. Winner of the Broadcast Awards.


How Many Seasons Of Extreme Cake Makers Are There Total: 4 (102 episodes)

Season 5

Channel 4

Season 4

Season premieres on April 1, 2019

Returns: March 21, 2019

Channel 4, 30 episodes

Season 3

Season premieres on September 2, 2018

Channel 4, 27 episodes

Season 2

2018, Channel 4, 30 episodes

Season 1

2017, Channel 4, 16 episodes

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Extreme Cake Makers is on Channel 4 (United Kingdom) Mondays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 4 Episode 30 () - Air Date: May 24, 2019 (2 months ago)

News & Interviews

'Extreme Cake Makers' Phil & Christine Jensen Recall Baking for Prince Charles & Camilla - - via Madison

For Camilla, the couple landed on a four-tier lemon sponge cake using the colors the Duchess wore on her wedding day. For the prince, the pair were even more ambitious, forging an edible reconstruction of Gloucestershire’s famed royal residence Highgrove House.

The Frostery in Uppermill to star in Channel 4's 'Extreme Cake Makers' - Saddleworth Independent - by Saddind

Suzanne and her team of four create eye-catching, bespoke cakes for all occasions and were crowned ‘Wedding Cake Designer/Maker of the Year’ in the north west for the second time at last year’s Wedding Industry Awards.

Extreme Cake Makers: in which competitive baking goes too far - The Grocer - by Thegrocer

Cake has always come with competition. Women’s Institute bake sales turning tense as members politely fight it out for the perfect Victoria sponge, or shamed parents grabbing shop-bought gateau and attempting to pass it off as homemade at the school fête. But it wasn’t until a few years ago - and the advent of The Bake British Bake Off - that it got serious. Gone are the days that wonky Rice Krispie cakes were acceptable, with works of baking art churned out 10 to the dozen by a new breed of baker featured in Extreme Cake Makers (Channel 4, 30 January, 5.30pm) along with their ever-more demanding clientele. Baker Molly is tasked by her local dog swim centre with creating a scuba-diving pug fashioned out of three stone of Madeira sponge, while wedding cake connoisseur Nastassja is told by upmarket clients to dream up a cake ‘that looks like it just came out of the gallery.’ She designs an ‘abstract interpretation of a flamingo’ standing 2.8 ft tall and adorned with edible ruffles. As you do. And even rock bands are getting in on the act as Deeside-based cake maker Ben begins spooning 9kg of hand sculpted sugar paste onto a 2.5ft tall, 3ft wide replica of his bandmate complete with full-scale guitar. They might all look fabulous - even the pug sees her likeness - but taste plays second fiddle to looks with most too scared to breathe too hard nearby, let alone dig in. All in all it’s a cautionary tale: we’ve taken all this competitive cake making too far. Forget all this sugar craft and days spent sweating it out over a ‘masterpiece’. Let them just eat cake.

FYI TV18 to premiere reality series 'Extreme Cake Makers' on 24 Sep - by Televisionpost

However, when it comes to creating unique mega cakes, these people are the best in the business. Familiar faces and new talent, take viewers behind the scenes, as they go all out to produce the world’s most delicious and breath-taking creations. No challenge is too great for them of making cake extraordinaire!


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