Food Network serves up more comfort food premieres, encore episodes, and marathons of fan-favorite series to entertain viewers looking for food inspiration, entertainment and escape. From epic finales to special shot-from-home quarantine episodes, Food Network's schedule is stacked to give those at home some much-needed diversions.
On Monday, April 20, marathons of “The Kitchen,” “Supermarket Stakeout” and “Guy's Grocery Games” lead to a sweet night of premieres with a new episode of “Spring Baking Championship,” where the remaining five bakers are assigned flower-centric tasks. Then at 10 p.m., an all-new “Chopped Sweets” has the competitors battle every round using Neapolitan flavors.
On Tuesday, April 21 (9 p.m.), catch a special episode of “Chopped” ("Beat the Judge: Tiffani"), where contestants compete for the chance to go up against Tiffani Faison in the final round. At 10 p.m., it's the most fun you can have in a supermarket parking lot as Alex Guarnaschelli kicks-off a new episode of “Supermarket Stakeout” for a burrito battle.
On Wednesday, April 22, its "Guy's Eggs-treme Games" in an all-new episode of “Guy's Grocery Games” (9 p.m.), followed by “Behind the Games: Guy's Superstar Grocery Games: Part Three,” where Guy Fieri takes a look back at one of the most exciting “GGG” tournaments to date – and gives commentary and behind the scenes facts with new footage shot from home.
Then, on Thursday, April 23, it is the epic finale of “The Great Food Truck Race: Gold Coast” (9 p.m.), where one team walks away with the grand prize of $50,000.
On Friday, April 24, join Guy for a special takeout edition of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” (9 p.m.), where he is hosting a virtual “Triple-D” family reunion, bringing Flavortown to his own kitchen. Guy checks in with four legendary “Triple D” alum via video-chat to see how they are holding up, and how they have transformed their businesses to keep serving customers.
Transport to some fan-favorite Food Network stars' kitchens on Saturday, April 25, starting at 10 a.m., with Ree Drummond in a special at home episode of “The Pioneer Woman: Staying Home” self-shot by her family. Then, at 11 a.m., “The Kitchen Quarantine Edition” premiere features co-hosts Sunny Anderson, Alex Guarnaschelli, Katie Lee, Jeff Mauro and Geoffrey Zakarian joining in from home and offering up "A Full Day of Delicious" including easy recipes for breakfast, lunch dinner and dessert. At noon, spend a day at the racetrack as Trisha Yearwood invites some friends to celebrate Kentucky Derby season in over-the-top fashion with fanciful hats and not-so-typical hors d'oeuvres in a new episode of “Trisha's Southern Kitchen.”
On Sunday, April 26, join Molly Yeh in a premiere episode of “Girl Meets Farm” (11 a.m.). Then, in primetime, back-to-back premieres include “Buddy vs. Duff” at 9 p.m. and “Beat Bobby Flay” at 10 p.m.
Online, viewers can visit FoodNetwork.com for full schedule details, and across Food Network's digital platforms access cooking short-cuts, recipes, tips and community. Don't miss Michael Symon as he goes Live each day to cook up daily dinners at 5 p.m. ET on Food Network Kitchen's Facebook page.
Fans can transport themselves to their favorite Food Network show on their next video conference with new Zoom backgrounds featuring the sets of “Chopped,” “The Kitchen” and “Guy's Grocery Games.” Plus, follow #ChoppedChallenge across social platforms to hear from “Chopped” judges as they weigh-in on all the fan submissions for the online “Chopped Challenge.” Whether for menu inspiration or to remake the ingredients already stowed in the pantry, www.FoodNetwork.com has fans covered. Join the comfort food conversation and community using #WeCook to showcase some of the dishes you are making at home.