Three-year-old girl turns host of online food show

Three-year-old girl turns host of online food show

Mumbai, July 13 (IANS) A toddler hosting a cooking series – Can’t believe it? “Time Out Daria”, an online food show, is making it a reality.

Daria, a three-year-old girl, will be hosting the show, which has been announced by Qyuki, a multiplatform media company, and Seher Bedi, one of the pioneers of millenial entertainment when MTV first launched in India.

The show is being launched under the Starrin’ banner, a new digital video network catering to a target audience of 6 to 18-year-old audiences across the world, read a statement.

In the show, Daria along with her mother Tina will take viewers on a culinary journey that will not only be a treat to all foodies but also to parents who want to expose their children to wholesome entertainment online.

The mother-daughter duo will provide a refreshing twist to the series with their quirky and fun banter while they cook up and share scrumptious recipes for their viewers.

Talking about the idea behind the show, Bedi said: “The show is a celebration of a mother-daughter’s bond, sprinkled with chocolate mousse and mango smoothies and everything else in between the yummy spectrum.”

Sagar Gokhale, Network Head of Qyuki, hopes “Time Out Daria” provides a “great bonding source for parents and children the world over”.

With a total of 24 episodes already shot and ready, the first promos of the series were launched on Tuesday, which coincided with Daria’s third birthday.

The first episode will be launched on July 20 and will run as a weekly format thereafter on the YouTube channel Starrin’.

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