Discovery+ and Food Network reversed their decision to move Robert Irvine’s Restaurant: Impossible to the pay streaming service, and it’s back on TV, paired with Dinner: Impossible.
A decade after its premiere, Restaurant: Impossible is no longer on Food Network, as it’s moved to Discovery+, the new streaming service that’ll require you to pay to watch it.
“There are other restaurant shows out there; they come up with a big truck, spend five days or whatever, they’re never there, they don’t care about the people, it’s TV. To me, it’s not TV, it’s somebody’s life.”
Food Network brought back Robert Irvine and the Restaurant: Impossible crew, and the premiere dropped the ambushes and replaced it with more intimate, useful interaction.
Food Network’s restaurant makeover show was cancelled in 2016, but is currently in production for a new season.
Robert Irvine’s restaurant makeover reality show Restaurant Impossible has been cancelled by Food Network. Irvine has a daily talk show that starts in Sept.
Restaurant Impossible began its 12th season on Food Network with an episode that tried to create drama by ambushing a restaurant owner who had no idea the show was coming. Instead, it ended up exposing exactly what’s wrong with this format, and how it has succumbed to pointless theatrics at the expense of actually helping. The …