July 13, 2020
An upcoming HGTV series titled "Martha Knows Best" will show Martha Stewart giving her good friend Snoop Dogg some tips on how to run a herb garden successfully.
Martha Stewart has started an online buzz with the news of her new show that is set to premiere at the end of the month on HGTV.
According to an exclusive report by People Magazine, the show, titled “Martha Knows Best,” would delve into the life of the screen goddess as she enjoys and gives out home and gardening tips to viewers.
The first time the pair met, Snoop was a guest on Martha’s self-titled show — an event that saw them making mashed potatoes together.
In addition to helping viewers, the 78-year-old would also be entertaining A-list celebrity guests such as Richard Gere, Sunny Hostin, Hailey Bieber, Lupita Nyong’o, Jay Leno, and Queer Eye’s Antoni Porowski.
For her pilot episode, Martha would be teaching her good friend, Snoop Dogg, about the “world of container gardens.” The lessons from the “Bad Moms” star would also reportedly help Snoop become a professional at herb gardening.
“I am thrilled to be partnering with HGTV on Martha Knows Best and sharing everything I have been working on at my home during quarantine.”
The mother-of-one further explained that the show would address the different ways that viewers can “incorporate what works for them into their own homes.”
As regards her relationship with Snoop, People recalled that the first time the pair met, Snoop was a guest on Martha’s self-titled show — an event that saw them making mashed potatoes together.
Even though the rapper returned to the show for a second run, it wasn’t until they appeared together at the Comedy Central Roast of Justin Bieber, in 2015, that they became terrific friends.
The duo, who got an Emmy nomination for their joint cooking show, “Martha and Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party,” has become known for publicly boasting about their undying friendship.
Asides from cooking up a storm with her best pal, Martha has been keeping herself occupied during the quarantine period with outdoor projects that include tending to her Bedford farm as highlighted by HGTV.
The TV personality is also reportedly planning a comeback to Food Network’s “Chopped” as a judge as well as become a headliner in a holiday-themed series.