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About The Great Food Truck Race

A number of food trucks in a competition to see who earns the most money, with the lowest earning truck kicked off at the end of each episode. The Great Food Truck Race is headed to the Wild West, where host Tyler Florence welcomes seven teams of brand new food truck operators as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Just like the pioneers, they'll be using some of the West's most distinct ingredients in challenges that test their culinary skills. Each week, they'll race across the desert landscape to a new town where they'll face new challenges, cook incredible dishes and, as always, try to outsell the competition. The team that earns the least will have to walk away from the wagon trail, but the two teams that have the grit make it to the end will square off for the $50,000 prize.
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Cutthroat Kitchen

Food Network • 2013 • IMDb: 7.3
Cutthroat Kitchen

"Cutthroat Kitchen" isn't a typical cooking competition. A player, in addition to being a good chef, must be able to outwit and, at times, sabotage opponents to win. Each episode features four people vying in three rounds to win up to $25,000 cash. At the beginning, $100,000 is split evenly among the players to spend however they wish during the game. The chefs spend the money at auctions to get things that could help them -- like buying exclusive use of salt -- or hinder their opponents -- like prohibiting them from tasting a recipe in progress. Each round eliminates one chef, until there is a winner. Although the competitors want to make purchases at auction to improve the chances of winning, they don't want to spend too much; the amount remaining in the winner's bank determines the ultimate prize. Some special tournaments -- usually seasonally themed -- stretch across multiple episodes and offer higher amounts of money. Alton Brown hosts.

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Chopped

Food Network • 2022 • IMDb: 7.4
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Hosted by the venerable Ted Allen, each episode of the tournament features four chefs showcasing their culinary skills over three rounds - appetizer, entrée, and dessert - as they are challenged to utilize the mystery basket of ingredients and create breathtaking dishes to impress judges Maneet Chauhan, Scott Conant and Chris Santos. The judges are critiquing the chefs' cooking skills along with their attitude, leadership, and ability to multitask to determine who has what it takes to make it to the finale for a chance at winning the title of grand champion and a job offer by Scott, Maneet or Chris to join their restaurants as a sous chef.

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Guy's Grocery Games

Food Network • 2013 • IMDb: 6.5
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The set is laid out in the manner of a typical supermarket, whose 10 aisles are stocked with a wide range of foods that include fresh produce, meat/poultry, and frozen items. Each chef has his/her own station for preparing and cooking food. Three judges officiate in each episode, introduced by Fieri during the first round. In each round, Fieri assigns a dish (usually a general type such as "a fried feast" or "an upscale dinner") and issues one or more challenges that the chefs must fulfill. Challenge types include games or random drawings to determine ingredients that must be used, items or aisles being declared off-limits, and an upper limit on the total number/price/weight of ingredients. In the absence of any pertinent restrictions imposed by Fieri, the chefs have 30 minutes to collect their ingredients in one trip, using a standard shopping cart, and prepare/plate their dishes. They must cook and plate four servings (one for each judge and a fourth "beauty plate") before time runs out. At the end of each round, the judges taste and evaluate the dishes and select one chef to be "checked out," or eliminated from the game with no winnings. On occasion, the chefs compete through only two rounds instead of the usual three and/or face two eliminations at the end of a single round.

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Good Eats

Food Network • 1999 • IMDb: 8.9
Good Eats

Pop culture, comedy and plain good eating: Host Alton Brown explores the origins of ingredients, decodes culinary customs, and presents food and equipment trends. Punctuated by unusual interludes, simple preparations and unconventional discussions, he'll bring you food in its finest and funniest form. Episodes of Good Eats typically began with an introductory monologue or skit that leads into the phrase "good eats." The show often closed with the phrase as well. For the first several seasons, Brown himself would say the words "good eats." Since approximately season seven, however, Brown avoids saying "good eats" at the end of the intro, stopping just short and allowing the main title graphics to complete the phrase.

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Worst Cooks in America

Food Network • 2010 • IMDb: 6.4
Worst Cooks in America

Celebrated chefs mentor amateur cooks in an attempt to transform them from rookies to kitchen experts. Twelve to 16 contestants (referred to as "recruits") with very poor cooking skills are put through a culinary boot camp to earn a cash prize of $25,000 and a Food Network cooking set. The recruits are trained on the various basic cooking techniques, including baking, knife skills, temperature, seasoning and preparation. The final challenge is to cook a restaurant-quality, three-course meal for three food critics.

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Kids Baking Championship

Food Network • 2015 • IMDb: 7
Kids Baking Championship

The family-favorite dessert competition series returns for a new season as Valerie Bertinelli and Duff Goldman welcome a dozen of the youngest bakers ever to the Kids Baking Championship. The ten-week competition will test the kid contestants, ages 8-11, in difficult themed challenges. From kitchen sink sweets, to cream puffs, and to dessert imposters, they must showcase their impressive baking skills and techniques. Only one incredible young baker will rise to the top to earn the sweet grand prize, including a spot in Food Network Magazine and the title of Kids Baking Champion. The ten-episode season is filled with new challenges featuring the latest dessert trends, as well as innovative twists on the most popular sweets. On the premiere, the kid contestants pay homage to the brilliant transformation of the butterfly by making colorful carved butterfly cakes. Throughout the season the bakers show off their abilities and creativity as they whip up irresistible sweets, from cosmic pull apart cupcakes, to zebra cakes, and kitchen sink desserts full of salty and sweet snacks. Kids Baking Championship competitors include: Nadya Alborz (Knoxville, TN; age 10), Joseph Bostick (San Diego, CA; age 10), Lucia Calonge (Cincinnati, OH; age 10), Santiago Corso (Huntington Beach, CA; age 11), Caroline Gross (York, PA; age 10), Summer Haque (Yorba Linda, CA; age 10), Ellora Martinez (Yorba Linda, CA; age 9), Sarah Patel (Knoxville, TN; age 10), Riya Shah (Fort Meyers, FL; age 11), Finley Sheers (McLean, VA; age 10), Benjamin Steinhauser (Hillsborough, NJ; age 8), and Ava-Leigh Wright (Atlanta, GA; age 10).

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Swamp People

History • 2010 • IMDb: 6.3
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No, not that kind of swamp people. This is not a show based on a B horror film. The "Swamp People" featured in this History channel series are the proud descendants of French Canadian refugees who settled in the swamp region of Louisiana in the 18th century. Cameras follow members of this fiercely independent group as they struggle to preserve their way of life in the Atchafalaya Basin during the most important time of the year for them: alligator-hunting season.

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100 Humans

Netflix • 2020 • IMDb: 5.7
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Kirby Jenner

Roku • 2020 • IMDb: 5.7
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Men in Kilts

Starz • 2021 • IMDb: 8.7
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Extreme Sisters

TLC • 2021 • IMDb: 5.7
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The Boulet Brothers' Dragula

Shudder • 2016 • IMDb: 7.9
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Shudder, AMC Networks' premium streaming service for horror, thrillers, and the supernatural, revealed today the premiere date and key art for season four of the hit drag competition series THE BOULET BROTHERS' DRAGULA. Premiering exclusively on the horror streaming service on Tuesday, October 19, with new episodes to follow every Tuesday, this marks the first time the series will be released at the same time in all English-speaking territories. The groundbreaking Shudder Original series follows ten drag artists from around the world competing for a $100,000 grand prize - the largest in show history. 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"At the end of the day it's about entertaining and that is what Merrie Cherry does. Oh, and I'm definitely bringing a little drama mama, because we are on a reality show and who doesn't love a little fun." Saint (He / Him, She / Her, They / Them) Saint is the self-proclaimed "Runway Demon Queen of Season 4." Her drag is fueled by imagination and nightmares "with a bit of fashion sprinkled on top," and she proved her prowess as a true drag icon by winning The Boulet Brothers' Dragula Resurrection Halloween special in 2020. As this is her second time competing on the series, she feels her experience and growth as an artist have primed her perfectly to snatch the crown. Sigourney Beaver (She / Her) Sigourney Beaver is a self-described "hyper femme AFAB queen" or as she likes to put it "a female impersonator-impersonator." Sigourney is a killer beauty queen who loves to hypnotize audiences with her piercing white eyes and sky-high hair. 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