He'll be hitting up Jerusalem, Spain, Copenhagen, New Mexico, Sicily, Detroit, Tokyo, and South Africa. · All Eat, Drink, Love Coverage [-E-] : Next week is the season finale set in Houston, Texas.
Bourdain also his hands on season two of the James Beard award-winning PBS series Network: Bravo A behind the scenes look at the delightfully bizarre restaurant scene in Los Angeles. Host Andrew Zimmern tells Eater that 16 brand new episodes, including some set overseas, start airing November 4.· All Bizarre Foods Coverage [-E-] is currently airing. Who will join the likes of previous winners including Chris Cosentino (season 4), Floyd Cardoz (season 3), Marcus Samuelsson (season 2), and Rick Bayless (season 1)?
Reviews have not been especially kind.· All Cutthroat Kitchen Coverage [-E-] Network: PBSPremiere Date: September 7Zero Point Zero, Anthony Bourdain, and WGBH are back for a second season of their James Beard Award-winning PBS television series.
Evans will be joined by chefs and food experts, including Jacques Pepin, Marcus Samuelsson, Anita Lo, Jonathan Waxman, Andy Ricker, Matt Lightner, Christopher Kostow, and more.
There's the delayed launch of Esquire Network — NBC Universal's rebranding of the G4 network — on September 23rd.
On deck: Ilan Hall's on his new home CNN premieres September 15.
Who will succeed in the dreaded Yo Gabba Gabba challenge?
· All Top Chef Masters Coverage [-E-] Network: Food Network Host Alton Brown is the "the kitchen's cunning provocateur" leading "four chefs in cooking battles chock-full of sabotage and tricks." Contestants have a chance of winning ,000.
The series premiere is with Seattle chefs Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau.· All Moveable Feast Coverage [-E-] Network: PBSPremiere Date: September 12James Beard Award semifinalist Vivian Howard (of Kinston, North Carolina's Chef & the Farmer) gets the documentary treatment in the upcoming PBS show A Chef's Life.