Rachael Ray will revive one of her signature cooking shows as part of a new multiplatform deal she just signed with Food Network.
Courtney White, president of Food Network, confirmed plans for all-new episodes of “30 Minute Meals,” along with a new and exclusive digital companion series.
The reimagined “30 Minute Meals” begins production later this month, and is scheduled to premiere on Food Network on Monday, April 1, with a simulcast across linear, TVE and Facebook. To kick things off, Food Network and its TVE platform will roll out 30 new episodes in 30 days.
“Across Food Network’s digital and social extensions, viewers will also be able to access a robust, 360-content offering including the new companion series hosted by Ray, enabling multiple, convenient touchpoints for fans to connect and enjoy new recipes, cooking tips and more,” Food Network said in today’s announcement.
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