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Amy's Baking Company Might Get Their Own Reality TV Show

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The very public saga of Amy's Baking Company has all the elements of an epic soap opera. You've got tons of crazy unfolding on both national TV and on the internet, a failing business that can't even be saved by PR, a threatened deportation of one half of a very dysfunctional relationship, and rogue waitress spillng all their dirty secrets. Turns out, some folks in reality TV have taken note, and have approached owners Samy and Amy Bouzaglo to do a show.

“Right now their agent is just looking out for them to make sure they get the best deal, so they want to wait on signing with Cineflix to make sure they’ve seen all the deals on the table,” the source told Radar. “But no doubt, you will be seeing Amy and Samy on TV again sometime in the future."

The source says that Cineflix isn't the only company who's approached the Bouzaglos. There have been several offers from production companies.

Whoever they end up going with will have a pretty easy job on their hands; there's not much prodding you have to do to get these people to act a fool.

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