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      Season 1 – Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party

      2016 Special Interest List
      86% 7 Reviews Tomatometer Potluck takes on a whole different meaning at dinner parties organized by celebrated marijuana aficionado Snoop Dogg. And when his co-host is none other than trusted lifestyle expert Martha Stewart, these gatherings might have to be seen to be believed. That's what VH1 hopes is the case for this weekly series, which features polar opposites Snoop and Martha at the head of the table, each putting personal spins on dishes for themed meals. The half-baked evenings of cocktails, cooking, conversation, and fun include Seth Rogen, Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Naya Rivera, Ashley Graham, Jason Derulo, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Kathy Griffin and Robin Thicke among the invitees. Musical guests join the fun, too. Pass the pot... uh, I mean, pepper. Read More Read Less


      Episode 1 Aired Nov 7, 2016 Putting the Pot in Potluck Martha and Snoop test their secret chicken recipes on Seth Rogen, Ice Cube and Wiz Khalifa; recording artist Anderson.Paak. Details Episode 2 Aired Nov 14, 2016 Keep Your Claws Off Me Martha and Snoop tackle lobster with Ashley Graham and Rick Ross; things get steamy when Rick wants to heat things up with Martha. Details Episode 3 Aired Nov 21, 2016 Ruffling Feathers Naya Rivera, Chris Bosh and 2 Chainz help Snoop and Martha prepare a Thanksgiving feast; plus a performance from Dreezy for dessert. Details Episode 4 Aired Nov 28, 2016 Bringing Home the Bacon Robin Thicke, Keke Palmer and DJ Khaled join Snoop and Martha to have breakfast for dinner; Martha makes her famous popovers; Snoop educates the group on the art of making bacon. Details Episode 5 Aired Dec 5, 2016 Deck the Balls Singer Jason Derulo and actress Jamie Chung help cook up Snoop's Christmas catfish, concoct a potent blend of eggnog and salivate over Martha's crunchy dessert balls. Details Episode 6 Aired Feb 13, 2017 Something Fishy Kathy Griffin, Mike Epps, sushi chefs Abe Hiroki and Morimoto, and musical guest D.R.A.M. help Snoop and Martha roll sushi. Details Episode 7 Aired Feb 13, 2017 They Got Game The Trap Kitchen chefs and players from Snoop's Youth Football League and team, the Pomona Steelers, make some game day favorites with Martha and Snoop. Details Episode 8 Aired Feb 20, 2017 High on the Hog Fat Joe and Kelis join Martha and Snoop as they cook up ribs and a whole hog; Fat Joe and Remy Ma perform their hit single, "Cookin." Details Episode 9 Aired Feb 27, 2017 Keeping It In The Family Ashlee Simpson, Evan Ross, and Uncle Reo join Snoop and Martha as they cook up classic family favorites. Details Episode 10 Aired Mar 6, 2017 Makin' That Dough Bella Thorne and 50 Cent travel with Martha and Snoop to cook pizza in Old Italy; October London performs, "Shoulder to Lean On." Details

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      Lauren Carroll Harris Guardian Thank you Viceland for this glorious piece of ironic programming. Jul 29, 2019 Full Review Matt Zoller Seitz New York Magazine/Vulture Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party which debuts tonight on VH1, carries itself like it's the strangest and most surprising new program of the year. Nov 18, 2016 Full Review Anne Easton Observer Now [Martha and Snoop have] come together for this eclectic cooking show, one that's equal parts kind of ridiculous and amazing at the same time. But, mostly it's just really pretty fun to watch. Nov 18, 2016 Full Review Andy Dehnart Reality Blurred The show can feel like its title, which is trying so hard to be clever that it ends up being pointless. Feb 26, 2020 Full Review Melissa Camacho Common Sense Media Despite the awkward moments, Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party shows how people with very different backgrounds and cultural experiences can still bond over the time-honored tradition of sharing a meal. Rated: 3/5 Nov 18, 2016 Full Review Lara Zarum Flavorwire Once everyone loosens up, the show is irresistible, and a reminder that for all the "2016-is-a-garbage-fire" talk, it's also a time in which a rap mogul and a disgraced lifestyle empress can come together. Nov 18, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Nov 7, 2016