On the heels of successful series such as MTV’s “Jersey Shore” and Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” another cable network has unveiled plans for a New Jersey-based reality series.
The Food Network is tapping into the craze with a program called "Tough Cookies," which tracks bakers at an Ocean City, N.J.-based bakery, reports TheWrap.com.
The show will follow sisters Susan Adair and Linda Brand as they run Crazy Susan’s Cookie Company and manage its staff, which primarily consists of family members, the show says. The first episode features Adair as she creates a banana-split cookie and as her brothers develop a competing recipe, the story says.
The show will debut July 11 at 10 p.m. and run through the summer, the piece notes.