The holidays got us thinking about Andrew Zimmern and the new season of Bizarre Foods America, premiering next month. Being gracious enough to give us his time, we racked our brains and developed six controversial and compelling questions worthy of journalistic accolades for Andrew.
Kendall-Jackson, best known for their estate grown Chardonnay, will be the first winery featured on Undercover Boss. Airing January 29, 2012 at 8 PM, winery president Rick Tigner dons a disguise and takes viewers through the insides of the winemaking business.
Going through the Undercover Boss process opened Rick’s eyes and heart to the company he runs, “I had an opportunity to see the passion and commitment our employees have for their jobs and this company. A lot of work and talent goes into making a bottle of Kendall-Jackson wine, and I was honored to witness that first-hand.”
In addition to the renewals of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Truck Stop USA, Ghost Adventures, Mysteries at the Museum, Off Limits, Sand Masters and The Dead Files, the Travel Channel announced the launching of eight new shows. Here is a break down of all eight shows.
Reminder, Anthony Bourdain‘s back with The Layover Monday at 9|8c on the Travel Channel. He’s given 24 – 48 hours to capture the finer points of various locales, starting tonight with Singapore.
Check our previous coverage for more details: Insights on Bourdain’s new show ‘The Layover’.
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If you’re expecting The Layover to be a compressed version of No Reservations, you are mistaken. Anthony Bourdain’s has a completely different game plan for the show that airs November 21 at 9 PM ET/PT on the Travel Channel.