Twice the sugar means twice the fun for the upcoming Netflix reality baking show Nailed It: Double Trouble, which has called on sisters Hunter King (Summer Newman, The Young and the Restless) and Joey King to create a work of cake art.
A spin-off of the streaming network's Nailed It, the reality series will feature contestant pairs -- such as siblings and best friends -- who team up for a baking competition between people who have absolutely no experience making gorgeous baked goods. Hosted by comedian Nicole Byer and pastry chef Jacques Torres, the series gives a whopping $10,000 prize to the winning cake art team -- and the King sisters are in the running for the sweet prize!
"What could be more messy than one Nailed It! contestant? Teams! Twice the fun. Double the fails!" previews a Nailed It: Double Trouble marketing blip. "From brothers to drag queens, this season's cast of duos prove the baking can actually be twice as bad. It's time to celebrate fails!"
Check out the teaser trailer for Nailed It: Double Trouble below and let us know what you think in the Comments section at the end of the article.
Hunter King has starred as Y&R's Summer since 2012, but she has many other credits to her name, including Life in Pieces, Hollywood Heights, and Dexter. Joey King is her younger sister and has credits like Fargo, The Act, and Tween Fest. She has also appeared with Hunter on Life in Pieces. To hear what Hunter told Soap Central about wanting to work with Joey back in 2015, click here.
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