Food Network and the Cooking Channel are going to have even more holiday programming this year, which will include two brand new series as well as some specials and returning fan favorites. We will get Holiday Baking Championship on November 4th, Holiday Baking Championship: Sweet Revenge on November 4th, Christmas Cookie Challenge on November 4th, Great Food Truck Race: Holiday Hustle on November 27th, Santa’s Baking Blizzard (new) on November 28th, Holiday Wars on December 1st, Holiday Gingerbread Showdown on December 1st, Kids Baking Championship: North Pole Edition on December 8th, Good Eats on December 15th, Ultimate Hanukkah Challenge (new) on December 21st and Cake-Off: New Year’s Eve on December 29th.
While the Halloween holiday is our favorite for the Food Network and Cooking Channel shows, we are looking forward to the new show Santa’s Baking Blizzard as well as Kids Baking Championship: North Pole Edition and Christmas Cookie Challenge for this season. These are all great shows that we will sit and watch with the whole family and they have become part of our holiday traditions. Hopefully we will have some more information and pictures soon.
Food Network and Cooking Channel deck the halls for the holidays with 70% more hours of premiere holiday programming than last year including two new series, eight specials, several returning fan-favorites and seasonal stunts, as well as recipe inspiration on the new Food Network Kitchen app. The seasonal lineup kicks off with the return of Holiday Baking Championship with host Jesse Palmer and tough love judges Nancy Fuller, Duff Goldman, and Lorraine Pascale premiering on Monday, November 4th at 9pm ET/PT, followed by a special episode of Holiday Baking Championship: Sweet Revenge at 10pm ET/PT where runners up from past seasons get a second chance to prove their holiday baking abilities. Then, at 11pm ET/PT it’s the icing on top, with a new season of Christmas Cookie Challenge with host Eddie Jackson and lead judge Ree Drummond. The holiday action continues on Wednesday, November 27th at 10pm ET/PT as Tyler Florence hosts The Great Food Truck Race: Holiday Hustle as food trucks hit the snowy roads of New England in the series’ first-ever holiday-themed season. Next, Casey Webb heads to the North Pole on the new series Santa’s Baking Blizzard, where ice sculptors and cake masters are challenged to defy the laws of ice and cake and bring the holidays alive, premiering on Thursday, November 28th at 9pm ET/PT. When the weather outside is frightful, the competition heats up on the return of Holiday Wars with host Jonathan Bennett on Sunday, December 1st at 9pm ET/PT as cake masters and sugar artists face-off to create mind-blowing holiday displays, followed by a new season of Holiday Gingerbread Showdown with host Paige Davis at 10pm ET/PT as gingerbread artists create edible gingerbread masterpieces. Kids Baking Championship: North Pole Edition premieres on Sunday, December 8th at 8pm ET/PT as Duff Goldman and Valerie Bertinelli challenge four beloved kid bakers from previous seasons to create the most spectacular treats for Santa. Alton Brown is having a “latke” fun on Good Eats with back-to-back episodes exploring latkes and libations on Sunday, December 15th at 8pm and 8:30pm ET/PT. Molly Yeh continues the Hanukkah celebration on Ultimate Hanukkah Challenge as four chefs are tested to put their creative spin on some of the holiday’s classic dishes premiering Saturday, December 21st at 9pm ET/PT.Then, Duff Goldman rings in the New Year with the most spectacular cakes that transform from one decade to another new special Cake-Off: New Year’s Eve, premiering Sunday, December 29th at 9pm.