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Amy's Baking Company may get own reality show

Amy Bouzaglo, co-owner of Amy's Baking Company (Source: CBS 5 News) Amy Bouzaglo, co-owner of Amy's Baking Company (Source: CBS 5 News)
Sammy Bouzaglo, Amy's husband and co-owner of Amy's Baking Company (Source: CBS 5 News) Sammy Bouzaglo, Amy's husband and co-owner of Amy's Baking Company (Source: CBS 5 News)
Sammy and Amy Bouzaglo, owners of Amy's Baking Company (Source: amysbakingco.com) Sammy and Amy Bouzaglo, owners of Amy's Baking Company (Source: amysbakingco.com)
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (CBS5) -

The Scottsdale restaurant that gained national attention after being featured on the show Kitchen Nightmares may now get its own reality show.

RadarOnline.com reports Amy and Sammy Bouzaglo from Amy's Baking Company are considering several offers.

The couple was featured on Kitchen Nightmare's season finale. It was the first time in the show's history that host, Gordon Ramsey, walked off.

The show aired on May 10, and then a social media frenzy began on the bakery's Facebook page. Most had so many f-bombs they can't be repeated, but all were hurling insults. The Bouzaglos told CBS 5 News that someone else wrote the scathing Facebook messages. They posted a note on Facebook about their accounts being hacked, saying they're working with police to make sure it doesn't happen again.

The new reality show will reportedly focus on the couple's "bad behavior."

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