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Sugar Rush Christmas season 2: When will the new season air?

The Christmas vibes are here and it is time for Christmas cooking too. Sugar Rush Christmas season 2 is eagerly awaited by the fans. We have good news for them as the countdown has begun and only three days are left. The second season will air on 27 November 2020. Ariel Boles directed the show and the judges are Candace Nelson and Adriano Zumbo. The show has completed 3 seasons with a holiday season. The show initially released on July 13, 2018. It received positive critics from the viewers and cooking enthusiasts. Many also had the opinion that the show was staged. However, considering the unintentional fails and mistakes done by the contestants, this cannot be true. Further, the fans are excited to see what good recipes and competition the show will bring this time to the screens. Read to find out more updates about the new season.

What to expect from the show?

This reality television Sugar Rush Christmas season 2 basically shows bakers competing against each other in a festive yet aggressive mood. The show leaves its audience with a holiday mood and with delicious cakes, confectionaries and more. However, there are also other seasons and the holiday season is just a Christmas special for the audience. First-round involves baking cupcakes, then confections and last round involved baking. Moreover, the cakes are not the usual or normal ones. It is delicious and amazing looking ones with a lot of creativity involved.

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Other updates on Sugar Rush Christmas season 2

The show is three days away from airing. The fans and baking enthusiasts are excited to see the new contestants and their products. The trailer is out for the new season and the team has given a glimpse to Sugar Rush Christmas season 2.

We don’t know much about the new contestants. The selection was done by the judges and they are ever ready to compete against each other. Hunter March will be the Host, Candace Nelson as the Judge along with Adriano Zumbo.

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