Amazon Partners With Tastemade to Launch 15 New Shows on Freevee and Prime Video




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Amazon MGM Studios on Wednesday said it has partnered with Tastemade, a service for foodies, to bring a slew of shows to Prime Video and Amazon Freevee. 

The multi-year deal includes the production of 15 new unscripted series that will encompass a range of lifestyle topics, from cooking competitions to travel shows, hosted by notable talents from across the food and entertainment spheres. 

Dish It Out is the first series to debut on Prime Video and Amazon Freevee, hosted by chef Matilda “Tilly” Ramsay, daughter of multi-Michelin starred chef Gordon Ramsay. The series has been greenlit for 32 episodes, and production begins this year in London at Tastemade Studios.

In this series, Tilly gets a mystery box of goods from chefs and home cooks from around the world and pieces them together to create a globally inspired dish. The show encourages audiences to transform from “viewers into doers” and follow along with the recipe at home.

“Tilly’s charm, exuberance, and ability to create memorable food experiences has already delighted her millions of followers, and we look forward to introducing her to a new audience of food, cooking, and lifestyle enthusiasts,” said Lauren Anderson, head of AVOD unscripted and targeting programming at Amazon MGM Studios.

Taye Shuab, global head of studios and content development, leads production of all content produced by Tastemade Studios.

Amazon Freevee already hosts several Tastemade ad-supported streaming channels, including Tastemade, Tastemade Travel, Tastemade Home, and Tastemade en Español. 

Tastemade+ is a subscription service that hosts more than 12,000 international recipes and instructional cooking videos. A membership includes shows and documentaries that feature food, travel, and home design titles, including Weekend Refresh and Dream Home Makeovers. A subscription costs $5.99 a month, but those who sign up for Amazon Freevee can binge Tastemade’s channels for free.

Tastemade is available to stream on Hulu, Max, YouTube TV, and Paramount+. In 2022, the channel launched on Amazon Freevee, Tubi, and Sling TV.

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