‘The Great American Recipe’ Season 2 Gets Summer Release Date From PBS

The second season of cook-off series The Great American Recipe is slated to premiere in summer 2023, PBS announced Monday. The programmer also announced that Silvia Martinez, a home cook from California, won the show’s first season.

The Great American Recipe celebrates the multiculturalism that makes American food unique and iconic. The second season gives home cooks from across the country another opportunity to showcase their beloved specialties. Alejandro Ramos will once again act as host and chefs Leah Cohen, Tiffany Derry and Graham Elliot will return as judges. Production on the second season of the series, co-produced by VPM and Objective Media Group America, is slated to begin in fall 2022.

“We’re excited to bring this wonderfully heartfelt show back to PBS,” said Jilly Pearce, president of Objective Media Group America. “It’s a unique breed of cook-off, a celebratory series where the judges offer professional advice and the contestants cheer each other on and bond through shared food and family stories.”

Martinez, a California home cook who grew up eating Mexican dishes she learned from her grandmother, aunts and mother, was announced as the Season 1 winner on Friday, August 12. Originally from Guanajuato in central Mexico, Martinez previously had a career as a human resources manager and university professor before moving to the United States after meeting and marrying her husband.

Congratulations to Silvia Martinez for being named the Season 1 winner of The Great American Recipe, said Zara Frankel, director of programming and development of general audience programming at PBS. “The first season was a multiplatform success, attracting a younger and more diverse audience to PBS as part of our ongoing commitment to showcase a range of voices and perspectives. We are delighted that the show has resonated with viewers and are excited to bring new episodes of this fan favorite back to audiences across the country.”

All episodes of The Great American Recipe are currently streaming on PBS.org and the PBS Video App.

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The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) announced their honorees for their 36th Impact Awards Gala. Honorees include George Lopez (“Lopez vs. Lopez”), Mayan Lopez (“Lopez vs. Lopez”), Colman Domingo (“Euphoria”), Francia Raisa (“How I Met Your Father”) and Yvett Merino (” Encanto “). The Impact Awards, taking place Friday, September 9th at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, will celebrate both in front of and behind the camera those who are committed to creating a more inclusive entertainment industry through positively representing the Latinx community. The ceremony will be moderated by Jessica Marie Garcia, with a special appearance by US Congressman Joaquin Castro.


Adrianne Anderson has been named senior vice president of content development at ABC Owned Television Stations. The marketing director will report to the group’s president, Chad Matthews. In her new role, Anderson will be responsible for creating, leading and executing the multi-platform content vision and strategies for all eight local brands and businesses in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, Raleigh-Durham and Fresno to be responsible. Most recently, Anderson was vice president of programming, marketing and content development at KABC Los Angeles. She is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and Promax.

https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/great-american-recipe-season-two-pbs-tv-news-roundup-1235341693/ ‘The Great American Recipe’ Season 2 Gets Summer Release Date From PBS

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