What’s Cooking on Fall TV

by | September 23, 2016 | Comments

TV’s food and cooking shows are continually battling to capture the attention of discerning viewer palates. Competing in a crowded market, producers are finding crazier challenges, wackier contestants, and more exotic locales. This fall is no different. From dining with President Barack Obama to getting in shape at a U.S. Army training boot camp to pint-sized chefs breaking down birds, say what you will about food TV — but it’s never boring.

Check out the upcoming premieres and catch up with new streaming content to get inspired in the kitchen this fall.

Hell's Kitchen: Season 16 (2016) – FOX

HELL'S KITCHEN Host / chef Gordon Ramsay with contestants Koop and Andrew (Greg Gayne / FOX)
What Is It? Aspiring restaurateurs battle it out under chef Gordon Ramsay’s tutoring; the winner gets a chance to open his/her own eatery.
Premieres: Sept. 23, 9 p.m.

Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Season 8 (2016) – CNN

What Is It? The noted chef meets up with surprising guests as he explores the food and dining rituals of little-known areas of the world.
Premieres: Sept. 25, 9 p.m.

A Chef’s Life – PBS

Chef's Life (PBS)

What Is It? Documentary and cooking series takes viewers inside the life of Chef Vivian Howard.
Premieres: week of Sept 23 (check local PBS station listings)

Chopped Junior – Food Network

Chopped Junior (Food Network)

What Is It? Little chefs with take over the Chopped kitchen.
Premieres: Season in progress, Tuesdays 8 p.m.

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition – Food Network

Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition (Food Network)

What Is It? Rachael Ray and Anne Burrell lead teams of hapless celebrity recruits through eight weeks of culinary Boot Camp.
Premieres: Season in progress, Wednesdays 9 p.m.

Chef's Table – Netflix

Chef's Table (Netflix)

What Is It? Season 3 of the streaming docu-series is the French Edition.
Premieres: Available now

Eat the World With Emeril Lagasse – Amazon

Eat the World With Emeril Lagasse (Amazon)

What Is It?  Chef Emeril Lagasse embarks on a food-fueled global exploration.
Premieres: Available now

The Great British Baking Show 98%– PBS/Netflix

The Great British Baking Show (PBS)

What Is It? Home bakers compete in a baking competition in an effort to be crowned the winner.
Premieres: Sadly, season 7 isn’t available in the U.S., but you can catch older seasons on or Netflix

Find more food & cooking series premiering this fall in our premiere dates guide

Tag Cloud

vampires X-Men Apple DGA aliens SXSW YouTube Premium Ghostbusters Pop crime drama Trivia Superheroes Red Carpet 2015 Marvel APB DC Universe Fantasy police drama Musical Music SundanceTV GIFs SDCC biography Writers Guild of America Year in Review Sci-Fi 24 frames cults what to watch crossover DirecTV IFC A&E ITV miniseries Nickelodeon USA Network boxoffice Infographic Video Games Acorn TV AMC BET Watching Series VH1 2016 Hulu mutant cooking dc Horror Paramount Mary poppins Star Wars New York Comic Con MTV Marathons E! festivals Comedy Central President diversity war Toys NYCC dceu TruTV Showtime Cosplay Captain marvel CNN GoT Pirates television Teen period drama talk show History GLAAD Fox News robots Christmas See It Skip It HBO National Geographic Syfy ABC award winner facebook Lifetime E3 YouTube Red Schedule cinemax medical drama Bravo blaxploitation political drama Cartoon Network thriller Polls and Games 2018 Tumblr Drama comiccon Mary Tyler Moore Lucasfilm Valentine's Day CBS All Access technology TLC Disney Channel sitcom 007 Lionsgate TIFF cats Quiz Shudder YA TV Land Grammys green book historical drama El Rey The Arrangement TCA 2017 CMT zombie LGBTQ politics TCA social media IFC Films Winter TV harry potter Mary Poppins Returns RT History transformers DC Comics Starz Sundance ABC Family Fall TV TNT streaming Character Guide Pixar Crackle Rocky Kids & Family Comic Book BBC America Photos Extras MSNBC Reality dramedy Nominations Certified Fresh Box Office BBC Columbia Pictures Winners Adult Swim Anna Paquin Western Summer San Diego Comic-Con First Look PaleyFest Shondaland Comics on TV Masterpiece Dark Horse Comics Musicals docudrama Awards Nat Geo Podcast ratings VICE Countdown crime Paramount Network Brie Larson sports Britbox Sony Pictures Set visit spy thriller Sneak Peek Premiere Dates Esquire Ovation Biopics CBS romance Opinion Best and Worst Holidays Disney discovery crime thriller Mindy Kaling Awards Tour Ellie Kemper 2019 Walt Disney Pictures Super Bowl Creative Arts Emmys travel Chilling Adventures of Sabrina adventure Netflix Animation Food Network WGN golden globes Thanksgiving Amazon Prime Superheroe Warner Bros. OWN Spike 20th Century Fox Oscars unscripted TV supernatural 21st Century Fox comic singing competition CW Seed 2017 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Election Sundance Now casting doctor who Tomatazos Trophy Talk ESPN Song of Ice and Fire Trailer spider-man Rock Country 45 Calendar composers science fiction FXX hist zombies anime Freeform Universal Star Trek NBC jamie lee curtis cops Black Mirror Martial Arts FOX Rom-Com Interview The CW justice league based on movie FX MCU Action Amazon Spring TV PBS TBS Emmys Comedy Logo Reality Competition psycho Epix binge TCM American Society of Cinematographers Mystery USA finale DC streaming service serial killer