The Great American Baking Show is returning with two new hosts.
According to People, the US remake of The Great British Bake Off, which will premiere on The Roku Channel next year, will be co-hosted by Ellie Kemper, star of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Severance's Zach Cherry.
As bakers compete against one another to win the title of America's Best Amateur Baker, filming has begun in a very familiar tent in the United Kingdom.
"We could not have asked for a more perfect duo as Ellie and Zach to co-host The Great American Baking Show," said Roku's head of alternative originals in a statement.
"Our adaptation of the iconic series will continue to impart the same lasting warmth and humour that fans of the Baking Show universe love, with a twist that Ellie and Zach will deliver.
"The interest that fans have for this franchise is unmatched, and we're so excited to partner with Love Productions USA to bring The Great American Baking Show exclusively to The Roku Channel."
Paul Hollywood and restauranteur Prue Leith of GBBO will reprise their roles as judges for the American spin-off, which will have six episodes.
Mais, first, according to Hollywood, we'll be getting a "crazy" celebrity special.
Marshawn Lynch, a retired NFL player, blew him away by his abilities in the big white tent, according to the celebrity chef.
"Last week, I was filming a very high-secret Bake Off, and Marshawn Lynch was on, and he was crazy. Absolutely crazy."
The Great American Baking Show will premiere next year on The Roku Channel. In the United Kingdom, The Great British Bake Off is broadcast on Channel 4 and is available on Netflix.