Better late than never! Fans get a first look at season two from Adriano Zumbo & # 39; s cooking program Just Desserts in new trailer … because it is renewed two years after being accused of disposing of staff
It was revealed in January that the Just Desserts series from Adriano Zumbo would have a second season in 2019.
And prior to his return to Channel 7, fans got a first look at what they can expect from series two of the dessert show in a new trailer.
Famous chef Zumbo is central to his cooking whites, while he is back to organize the work – three years after the premiere in 2016.
He is accompanied by fellow host Rachel Khoo in the new trailer, teasing that the show is returning with a brand new line-up from Australia's biggest dessert makers.
They face a series of challenges, including Zumbo & # 39; s characteristic & # 39; tower of terror & # 39; and a large number of & # 39; sweet secret surprises & # 39; while they fight it out with their treats.
Clearly excited to get back into the kitchen, Zumbo opens its doors again while teasing: & # 39; Let's make some magic. & # 39;
He's back! Adriano Zumbo returns for the second series Just Desserts by Zumbo and fans are treated to a first look at the show's comeback in a new trailer
Back with a bang: it is teasing that she will return with a brand new line-up from Australia's biggest dessert makers – returning to screens three years after it first premiered at 7 in 2016
The second series comes three years after Just Desserts first premiered on Channel 7, where the show was subjected to harsh criticism of its debut.
After dismal reviews, the show was branded as a & # 39; slow, boring and non-original mess & # 39; by viewers on social media.
The number of assessments declined steadily during the first season, with only 706,000 viewers on the metro aligning at the lowest point.
Reborn: after somber reviews, the show was branded by social media viewers as a & # 39; slow, boring and non-original mess & # 39; but Netflix managed to bring Just Desserts back to life
Just Desserts, however, has received a second chance with the help of streaming giant Netflix, which is said to have contributed to the show's production budget.
It will undoubtedly be a relief for Adriano, who is dating My Kitchen Rules star Nellie Riggio, as his company was allegedly introduced voluntarily in August 2018.
Fairfax Good food reported at the time that the chief could raise debts of $ 10 million, almost a decade after becoming familiar with appearances on MasterChef.
Welcome help: it will undoubtedly be a relief for Adriano because his company reportedly volunteered in administration in August 2018 and he was accused of disposing of staff
Adriano opened his first pastry shop in 2007, but he became a household name when he started appearing on MasterChef in 2009 as a guest judge.
After his appearance on a small screen, Adriano sold no less than 5,000 macaroons in his 72-hour Balmain bakery and later released a cookbook in 2011.
A year after Just Desserts was broadcast on Channel 7, Adriano was accused of having dropped off his staff.
Five dissatisfied employees appeared on A Current Affair in May 2017 and claimed that he had withheld superannuation from his staff, had not paid them their correct rates and had not paid overtime.
Angry: five dissatisfied employees appeared on A Current Affair in May 2017 and claimed that he had withheld superannuation from his staff, had not paid them their correct rates and had not paid over
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