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Robert Irvine is back in `Dinner: Impossible.` Pictured, Tony Clark, an employee at Cedar Point, welcomes Irvine and his team of chefs to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. (Food Network photo)
Robert Irvine is back in "Dinner: Impossible." Pictured, Tony Clark, an employee at Cedar Point, welcomes Irvine and his team of chefs to Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. (Food Network photo)

Robert Irvine returns with new season of 'Dinner: Impossible'


Thu, Aug 26th 2021 04:15 pm

New episodes premiere Tuesday, Oct. 5

Catch-up and stream previous episodes on discovery+

World-class chef and host of the long-running hit series “Restaurant: Impossible,” Robert Irvine returns with a new season of “Dinner: Impossible,” premiering Tuesday, Oct. 5 (10 p.m. ET/PT), on Food Network.

Back with new episodes of the fan-favorite series, “Dinner: Impossible” combines action-packed culinary missions with heartwarming emotion that has endeared Irvine to a new generation of viewers. In each one-hour episode, Irvine and his team of sous chefs must overcome extraordinary obstacles and conditions that push Irvine to his physical and mental limits, while preparing and serving delicious meals to groups of hungry and expectant guests through different thematic challenges before his allotted time runs out. Over six episodes, Irvine and his team travel to locations in California, Michigan, New Mexico, North Carolina and Ohio. 

For fans that can't get enough, past episodes of “Dinner: Impossible” are available to stream on discovery+.

“Every mission of ‘Dinner: Impossible’ has me thinking 'Have I met my match, can I do this?' With new locations and culinary challenges that make the seasoned chef look like an amateur, audiences are in for quite the journey this season,” Irvine said. “I am forever grateful for continuing to make shows that resonate with viewers on such a personal level, and this new season is sure to deliver.”

During the season, Irvine heads to the famous Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, Ohio, to celebrate the 150th anniversary by hosting a dinner for super-fans at the park. He is challenged to take four of the park's most popular menu items and put his over-the-top spin on them along with creating dishes inspired by some of the park's favorite rides. However, Irvine and his team better buckle up for this thrilling adventure as they can only use food found within the park's concession stands for their dishes. 

Other episodes feature Irvine in Asheville, North Carolina, where he and his team compete against three of the state’s best food trucks in a local food truck showdown. With a limited budget and beer needing to be used in every dish, the truck that makes the most money wins.

And in Albuquerque, Irvine must prepare a New Mexico-themed feast for stadium employees of the local minor league baseball team. Facing bad weather, limited ingredients, and frozen food, can he pull off this impossible dinner?

“Through the years, viewers have come to think of Robert Irvine as superhuman, with his uncanny ability to overcome any obstacle in his way. On ‘Dinner: Impossible,’ the missions are fiercer, and the stakes couldn’t be grander, as Robert faces off against the most arduous challenges to make the impossible possible,” said Courtney White, president of Food Network and streaming food content for Discovery Inc.

Fans can visit Food Network’s social media platforms to celebrate the return of “Dinner: Impossible” with exclusive videos from Irvine and fan Q&As. Follow along each episode using #DinnerImpossible.

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