We're deep in the bowels of New York's Chinatown, down a flight of stairs in the wood-paneled Cantonese classic Hop Kee.
Marvel and DC aren't the only media companies engineering major crossover events to showcase their biggest properties. Scripps Networks Interactive—home to HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, DIY Network, Cooking Channel and Great American Country—is planning a Halloween special featuring talent from many of its channels to air on all six networks.
Twenty-five years ago, Andrew Zimmern was at rock bottom. "I was a homeless street junkie stealing purses off park benches to survive—and I wanted to die," Zimmern said.
Another TV company is diving into TV Everywhere, with Scripps Networks Interactive now offering livestreaming of HGTV, Travel Channel, Food Network, DIY Network and Cooking Channel.
From the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to a charity event in Beverly Hills, media personalities from tech to Hollywood were out in full force.
Travel Channel star Adam Richman’s new show, Man Finds Food, set to debut July 2, has been pulled from the network’s schedule, according to the Washington Post’s Emily Yahr.
Its nickname is the Little Bread Corvette, and it’s an edible car, though it might not be appetizing to anyone other than the quirky characters behind the YouTube megahit videos, Epic Meal Time. After all, its wheels are made of Rice Krispies treats, it has a working barbecue in the trunk, and the exterior is dotted with food pairings as incongruous a
At Scripps Networks Interactive's first NewFronts presentation, the media company brought out DIY Network stars Vanilla Ice and
Scripps Networks Interactive CFO Joe NeCastro said today that the company was in no hurry to buy the remaining stake in Food Network still owned by Tribune on the company's second-quarter earnings call. "We're not gonna do anything overly aggressive to overpay for that network," he told investors.
He was leaving anyway. But Anthony Bourdain's eight years with the Travel Channel are ending on a sour note after the celebrity chef noticed, while watching the final episodes of No Reservations, that some shots had been re-edited to give the impression that he was endorsing Cadillac.