From Indiewire

The Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg cooking show is all kinds of fabulous

From Indiewire
From Indiewire

Television  can make for odd couples.

The new show “Martha&Snoop’s Potluck dinner” is a marvelous example of two truly different people finding chemistry on screen.

Snoop Doggy Dog is a bonafide gangster rapper and a raging pothead.

The Doggfather has mellowed over time, but the hip hop icon is among the more influential recording artists of all time, and has developed a worldwide following.

Martha Stewart meanwhile is a social institution, the living embodiment of home living in the United States. Despite going to prison at the behest of the SEC for insider trading practices, Martha has developed a national reputation as a sophisticated socialite, her humble manner makes anyone melt, including the immates she was bunked with in jail.

The show’s description on the VH1 website is hysterical .

From VH1

 The Queen of Cuisine and the King of Kush are coming together to invite their celebrity friends over for a little potluck fun. Games, recipes and musical guests. It’s guaranteed to have everyone buzzing.

Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg are teaming up together to throw a dinner party that will be the hottest ticket in town. Each will invite celebrity friends over for a half-baked evening of cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun where nothing is off limits.

From JZ
From JZ

Martha and Snoops Potluck dinner is a 420 friendly show that had it first premiere about a month ago, and it was meant with rave reviews, and drew in impressive ratings.

According to Billboard, the show has been renewed for a second season.

From Billboard

VH1 has renewed the unscripted series from Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart for season two, it was announced Monday.

The pickup comes just three weeks into the show’s run. The series opened to a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49 and 3 million total viewers in live-plus-three numbers.


“Martha and Snoop are the modern day ‘Odd Couple’ and the reigning King and Queen of pop culture,” MTV, VH1 and Logo president Chris MccCarthy said. “Wait until you see what happens in season two.”

If anyone in this community needs a good laugh, check out this show.



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