Good news for Alton Brown fans. Food Network just announced Good Eats is returning for a new season after seven years off the air.
Hosted by Brown, the cooking series “takes an informative and comedic deep dive into a specific ingredient or dish through Alton’s eyes.” The show originally ran on Food Network from 1999 to 2011 and then on Cooking Channel from 2011 to 2012.
Good Eats returns to Food Network with new episodes on August 25th at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Read more info below:
NEW YORK – July 15, 2019 – Alton Brown is bringing back the groundbreaking series that inspired a generation of food fans with culinary science, history, comedy, puppets, cameras inside appliances and great recipes with Good Eats: The Return, premiering on Sunday, August 25th with double episodes at 10pm and 10:30pm (all times ET/PT) on Food Network. These airings mark the first new, original Good Eats episodes since 2012. The season tackles a brand-new menu of food exploration as only Alton can, with episode titles including “American Classics X: Chicken Parm,” “Every Grain Old is New Again,” and “Rich Little Poor Boy.”
“Many of our viewers fell in love with food by watching Alton on Good Eats and they are not shy in letting us know they are hungry for more,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network. “We also cannot wait to give the next generation of fans the opportunity to discover the show, which is chock-full of food facts, comedic skits and fantastic recipes, all in Alton’s inimitable style.”
“I took a break to work on live tour shows and a game show (Cutthroat Kitchen) and a book that I needed to get out of my system. Now it’s time to get back to work and that work is Good Eats: The Return,” said Alton Brown.
Each episode of Good Eats takes an informative and comedic deep dive into a specific ingredient or dish through Alton’s eyes. Punctuated by pop culture, tried-and-true recipes and the show’s unique cast of characters, Good Eats is about food in its finest and funniest form. In the season premiere, Alton makes the argument that Italian food as we know it was actually invented in America and that Chicken Parmesan is the dish where it all began – and yet, an Italian canned tomato makes it all possible. The episode immediately following explores ancient American grains amaranth, chia and quinoa. They are making a comeback due to their versatility and nutritional content, and Alton shows how to make the most of these very old kitchen newcomers. Upcoming episode themes include the ultimate sourdough recipe, shakshuka and steak tartare.
Good Eats, written, produced and hosted by Alton Brown, originally premiered on Food Network in 1999 and ran for thirteen years. Combining food science, pop culture, skit humor, innovative cooking, and the occasional belching puppet, Good Eats has millions of fans and garnered a coveted Peabody Award for broadcast excellence in 2007. Fans can check out Food Network’s social pages all season long to get brand-new digital-exclusive recipes, tips and science experiments from Alton Brown and add their voice to the conversation during weekly Twitter parties using the hashtag #GoodEatsTheReturn. At FoodNetwork.com/GoodEatsTheReturn, viewers can find all of Alton’s newest recipes and behind-the-scenes photos.”
What do you think? Are you a fan of Good Eats? Will you watch the revival?
I love Alton Browns new show.
Me encanta Good Eats, lo veo cada vez que puedo y si no entonces lo grabo. Alton, eres mi héroe
Love Good Eats. Hope it continues to be on Food Network
I missed watching that show so much it was one of my favorites on Food Network
I will absolutely be watching! I watched reruns on YouTube for years. I love Alton Brown’s Good Eats, it will be nice to have him back. I get tired of the drama of the competitions on other shows.