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In an effort to buff its unscripted catalog, Peacock has ordered four spinoff series, including “Top Chef Family Style” and “Below Deck Down Under.”

The streamer also nabbed the kids version of “American Ninja Warrior” and a baking-themed spinoff of the DIY series “Making It.”

Hosted by Meghan Trainor, “Top Chef Family Style” will feature young chefs teaming up with an adult family member to compete and prove their culinary skills. Head judge Marcus Samuelsson will serve at the Judges’ Table with Trainor and a series of notable guest judges.

The Australia-set “Below Deck Down Under” will showcase the upstairs/downstairs of a super-yacht. The series follows the yacht crew as they cater to the needs of their deep-pocketed guests above deck while navigating the relationships and politics below.

American Ninja Warrior Junior” will return for a third season, with Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbaja-Biamila hosting alongside sideline reporter Victoria Arlen. The series showcases the nation’s top junior athletes competing on the famous obstacle course.

From Amy Poehler and Nicolle Yaron, “Baking It” is a holiday baking competition judged by three real-life grandmas. The six-episode series will showcase contestants’ abilities to make both sweet and savory creations.

“Top Chef Family Style” is produced by Magical Elves with Casey Kriley, Jo Sharon, Hillary Olsen and showrunner Claire Kosloff serving as executive producers.  

“Below Deck Down Under” is produced by 51 Minds, with Christian Sarabia, Zachary Klein, Nadine Rajabi, Mark Cronin, Courtland Cox, Cristina Lopez and Tania Hamidi serving as executive producers.

“American Ninja Warrior Junior” is produced by A. Smith & Co. Productions with Arthur Smith, Kent Weed, Frank Sinton and Jackson Nguyen serving as executive producers. Sharalynn Cornwall serves as co-executive producer.

“Baking It” is produced by Universal Television Alternative Studio in association with Paper Kite Productions and 3 Arts Entertainment. Amy Poehler, Nicolle Yaron, Pip Wells, Kate Arend and Dave Becky executive produce.