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'Nailed It' Is the Food Competition Show Celebrating Terrible Home Bakers

It's the Netflix series for when you need something a little less serious than ‘Chef's Table'
'Nailed It' Baking Show on Netflix
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Pinterest: the social media platform that manages to both inspire and remind us of how we'll never have the skills to pull off a unicorn cake. Luckily, Netflix's latest food show is a celebration of mediocre baking talent.

The streaming network's new baking competition that's just a tad more relatable than Chef's Table, Nailed It replaces professionals with everyday home bakers with a "terrible track record."

Pastry maven Jacques Torres is part of the show's judging panel, and he's bringing guests including Top Chef: Just Desserts alum Zac Young and wedding cake master Sylvia Weinstock to help critique each contestant's epic fail. The baker who's able to vindicate oneself from the #PinterestFail hall of fame will walk home with a $10,000 check.

The show doesn't premiere until March 9, so in the meantime, scroll through to get a peek of some of the worst best triumphs. 

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