Buddy vs. Duff 2 is not the odd and flimsy competition that season one was. It’s a lot more playful and fun—though it’s still a little sketchy.
Great chefs—who you may know best from judging Food Network competitions—have been gathered by Guy Fieri for a swift and fun bracketed tournament.
The editing and filming of Food Network’s latest baking championship is incredibly clunky and atypically amateurish.
Buddy vs. Duff, a competition between Duff Goldman and Buddy Valastro, was a disaster of a competition series, but more people watched that than anything else on Food Network all year. That’s insane.
An early Food Network competition is returning, with its original host as a judge, and a Sharknado star as its new host.
The chef was first featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, and later became a regular judge on Guy’s Grocery Games, which he also competed on.
Reality TV production designer Scott Storey shares behind-the-scenes details about his designs of two of cable TV’s most well-known reality competitions.
Buddy Valastro’s Cake Boss is returning, but not on either TLC or Food Network.
Food Network brought together its own Duff Goldman and TLC’s Buddy Valastro for a competition that isn’t doing either of them any favors.
Food Network’s three-episode competition was an unexpected surprise.
I explored the difference between Food Network and Netflix food reality TV—and got some candid insight into how Food Network and Discovery networks view their reality TV programs.
The star of Food Network’s series Ginormous Food’s argument that “straight white male” is now a racial slur resulted in people on Twitter surfacing past tweets, which included mocking references to stereotypes about black people and Asian people.
Discovery’s networks will produce 8,000 hours of original TV this year. Here’s how that breaks down for six of its channels.
Guy’s Big Project, which stars Guy Fieri as he tests, mentors, and narrows a group of contestants who want their own food travel show like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, gets closer to being human than any show I’ve seen on Food Network in years.
Netflix won’t have shows from Food Network, HGTV, Travel Channel, DIY, or Cooking Channel next year. Here’s a list of what will be gone soon.