'My Grandmother's Ravioli' Gets a Third Season THR
The Cooking Channel has renewed “My Grandmother’s Ravioli” for a third season, bringing back host Mo Rocca as he visits grandparents across North America to learn their favorite family recipes, The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports.
“We want cranky, crusty grandparents who will really ride me,” Rocca joked of the show’s future episodes.
The Cooking Channel will air 13 new episodes in late 2014, the story says. Rocca is a correspondent for “CBS Sunday Morning” and a panelist on NPR’s “Wait, Wait … Don’t Tell Me!”
He told the publication that he’s looking for more diverse dishes, locations and couples in the next episodes.
"The best grandparents are the ones who probably have never seen the show and are definitely not interested in being on a reality show," Rocca told the publication. "Usually volunteered by their kids and their grandkids, they're people who just kind of do their own thing, spend time with their families and cook."
Casting recently began for the third season.