Formats

HBO Max orders “Tattletales” reboot from Stephen and Ayesha Curry

HBO Max is growing its unscripted lineup with two new series: Fremantle and Sweet July Productions’ comedy game show Tattletales – a revival of CBS’s 1970s series — and baking ...
March 12, 2021

HBO Max is growing its unscripted lineup with two new series: Fremantle and Sweet July Productions’ comedy game show Tattletales – a revival of CBS’s 1970s series — and baking competition Baketopia from B17 Entertainment.

Tattletales invites three celebrity couples to join hosts Ayesha (author, restaurateur, chef and founder of Sweet July Productions) and NBA All-Star Stephen Curry, co-founder of Unanimous Media, on an exclusive date night.

The couples will go head-to-head on uncensored relationship trivia and games, competing to see who knows their partner best.

Ayesha and Stephen (pictured) serve as executive producers with Tiffany Nicholson-Horton, EVP and head of development for Sweet July Productions, and Erick Peyton, co-founder and CCO of Unanimous Media.

Baketopia, premiering March 25, is a 12-episode series that sees bakers compete to create trendsetting deserts in hopes of impressing Rosanna Pansino, host of the YouTube series Nerdy Nummies, and her “cake council” to win US$10,000.

Pansino serves as EP. Rhett Bachner and Brien Meagher executive produce for B17 Entertainment, the creative team behind HBO Max’s Craftopia.

Patrick J. Dooty (Nailed It) serves as EPand showrunner.

About The Author

Menu

Search