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Bake Off Brasil – Mão na Massa (English: Bake Off Brasil – Hands On), often referred to as simply Bake Off Brasil or BOB is a Brazilian reality television series based on the BBC baking competition The Great British Bake Off.

Bake Off Brasil
Mão na Massa
Genre
Presented by
  • Carolina Fiorentino
    (2017–present)
  • Ticiana Villas Boas
    (2015–16)
Judges
  • Fabrizio Fasano Jr.
    (2015–present)
  • Beca Milano
    (2017–present)
  • Carolina Fiorentino
    (2015–16)
Country of origin Brazil
Original language(s) Portuguese
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 28
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Production company(s) United Kingdom Love Productions
Brazil Cygnus Media
Release
Original network SBT
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
Original release July 25, 2015 (2015-07-25)
Chronology
Related shows The Great British Bake Off

The series premiered on Saturday, July 25, 2015 at 9:30 p.m. (BRT / AMT) on SBT, aiming to find the best amateur baker in Brazil.

Contents

Host and judgesEdit

The first two seasons were presented by Ticiana Villas Boas and judged by Carolina Fiorentino and Fabrizio Fasano Jr. However, following Villas Boas' departure due to the leak of her husband's controversial bribery allegations with president Michel Temer, judge Fiorentino took her place in season three, with Beca Milano replacing her in the judging panel.[1][2]

Key
  Host
  Judge
Cast member Seasons
1 2 3
Ticiana Villas Boas
Carolina Fiorentino
Fabrizio Fasano Jr.
Beca Milano

Season chronologyEdit

Season Number of
bakers
Number of
weeks
Finalists
Winner Runner-up Third place
1 12 13 Samira Ghannoum Ayrton Bartoleti Marilia Beznos
2 14 15 Camila Poli Noemy Caangi Marcos Souza
3 16 18 TBA

Ratings and receptionEdit

Season Timeslot (BRT) Premiered Ended TV season SP viewers
(in points)
Source
Date Viewers
(in points)
Date Viewers
(in points)
1 Saturday 9:30 p.m. July 25, 2015 6.9 October 17, 2015 7.5 2015–16 6.92

2 May 21, 2016 8.5 August 27, 2016 9.5 2016–17 8.54

3 August 12, 2017 2017–18

  • Each point represents a specific number of households in São Paulo.

2015: 67.000 households
2016: 69.000 households
2017: 70.500 households

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ReferencesEdit