A popular Food Network show has ended its run after 249 episodes, reports the Chicago Tribune.
The creator and star of the award-winning show “Good Eats,” Alton Brown, tweeted the news yesterday: "G.E. fans, I’ve decided to cut the half hour series at 249 eps. There will be 3 new 1 hour eps this year and that’s it. But mourn not. New things brew on the horizon…’good’ things."
Brown will continue doing specials, as well as contributing to "Iron Chef America" as the moderator and appearing on other Food Network programs such as "The Next Food Network Star" and "The Next Iron Chef."
“Good Eats,” which has been on the air since 2002, won a Peabody Award in 2007.