|Ian Gomez & Nia Vardalos (2015-2017)|
Ayesha Curry & Anthony Adams (2017)
Mary Berry (2015-2017)
Paul Hollywood (2017)
The Great American Baking Show (formally called, The Great Holiday Baking Show in Season 1) is the second American adaptation of The Great British Bake Off which in turn is a remake of The American Baking Competition where it stars some of the nation's best amateur bakers as they compete in a series of themed challenges and eliminations all hoping to be crowned Holiday Baking Champion.
Six amateur bakers compete in a series of baking challenges. The first lasted for a month (four weeks) and the second one lasted for two (eight weeks).
The following countries that have previously aired their versions of The Great Holiday Baking Show/The Great American Baking Show/The (American) Baking Competition includes:
- Belgium (Dutch language only)
- The Netherlands
- South Africa
- United Kingdom (country that originated the program as The Great British Bake Off)
- Host Nia Vardalos is best known for starring in the films My Big Fat Greek Wedding (2002) and its sequel called My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) including the short-lived CBS sitcom My Big Fat Greek Life (2003). In both the films and its spinoff sitcom she plays the movie's heroine, Toula Portokalos.
- Judge Mary Berry is also the judge in the original British version as well.
- In season 3, Paul Hollywood who was one of the judges for The American Baking Competition returned as a judge in this version.
- One of the contenders from season 2 Antoinette Love returned in season 3, however, she pulled herself from the show due to her father's passing.
- On December 7, 2017; the two episodes from season 3 aired back-to-back as part of ABC's "25 Days of Christmas" lineup.
- On December 13, 2017, the show was "withdrawn" following "sexual misconduct" allegations of judge Johnny Iuzzini.
- Before this version, the show was originally called The American Baking Competition hosted by Jeff Foxworthy, which aired on CBS from May 29 until July 10, 2013. In the CBS version, ten bakers competed for a cash prize of $250,000 along with a publishing contract from Simon & Schuster. In addition, the show was originally going to be titled as The Bake-Off before it. (See the "Related Show" Page for details)
Based on the British series called The Great British Bake Off, originally airing on BBC Two from 2010 until 2013 and currently being revived by BBC One since 2014.
The American Baking Competition - the original short-lived version hosted by Jeff Foxworthy that aired on CBS in 2013.