Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck is on the move.
The factual entertainment series has been picked up by UKTV for a second season of 10 episodes and as part of that renewal Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck is moving to the company’s flagship entertainment channel Watch, from its previous home on Good Food. The second season of the series will air on Watch later this year and will be a key part of the channel’s Autumn schedule.
Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck follows the team at Choccywoccydoodah as the create bespoke extraordinary cakes for a range of celebrities. Each episode of the show’s second season will feature a different celebrity and will capture Choccywocydoodah’s expansion; this time to their new store in Brighton. Some of the celebrities lines up for the second run include Tinie Tempah, Sir Richard Branson, Melanie C and Derren Brown. The series is produced by TwoFour and executive produced by Juliet Rice
“We’re delighted to be working with Twofour on this compelling instalment of Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck, but this time bringing it to the audience of Watch who will appreciate the out-of-ordinary nature of the series”, said UKTV’s Senior Commissioning Editor Catherine Catton.
General Manager of Watch Steve Hornsey, who ordered the second season, commented: “Viewers on Watch already enjoy entertaining food content, but this series will combine breath-taking A-list celebrity challenges and jeopardy, all served up as part of the extraordinary world of cake and chocolate, that is Choccywoccydoodah.”
While Executive producer Juliet Rice added: “It’s great that this new and exclusive super-sized series of Choccywoccydoodah: Starstruck is going to be shown on Watch. Viewers will be in for a treat as we follow the Choccy team around the UK and the US as they battle against the odds to deliver the jaw-dropping challenges of each of the celebrities.”