A new season of Tournament of Champions with Guy Fieri will be coming to Food Network and discovery+ on February 27th with two-hour episodes and 32 chefs battling it out for a huge prize. Simon Majumdar and Justin Warner will keep us engaged in the cooking which will take place in front of a live audience and a rotating panel of judges that include: Scott Conant, Cat Cora, Dominique Crenn, Giada De Laurentiis, Traci Des Jardins, Rocco DiSpirito, Lorena Garcia, Alex Guarnaschelli, Mashaharu Morimoto, Eric Ripert, Nancy Silverton, Ming Tsai, and Jonathan Waxman.
To top it all off, this years Tournament of Champions will feature the insane $100,000 grand prize which will be given on April 17th during the conclusion of the tournament.
The chefs representing the East Coast are: Eric Adjepong, Einat Admony, Karen Akunowicz, Kelsey Barnard Clark, defending champion and Tournament of Champions II winner Maneet Chauhan, Madison Cowan, Tobias Dorzon, Tiffani Faison, Darnell Ferguson, Amanda Freitag, Richard Hales, Christian Petroni, Michael Psilakis, Aarthi Sampath, Justin Sutherland, and Bryan Voltaggio. The chefs showing off their chops from the West Coast are: Carlos Anthony, Shirley Chung, Chris Cosentino, Tiffany Derry, Elizabeth Falkner, Phillip Frankland Lee, Timothy Hollingsworth, Antonia Lofaso, Crista Luedtke, Brian Malarkey, Aaron May, Joe Sasto, Jet Tila, Marcel Vigneron, Michael Voltaggio, and season one winner Brooke Williamson.
The 5-wheeled randomizer is back and Hunter Fieri will be backstage talking to the chefs and getting their reactions as they watch the judges talk about their dishes.
Tournament of Champions New Season Premieres Sunday, February 27th at 8pm ET/ PT on Food Network and discovery+
Guy Fieri is back with his iconic culinary competition, Tournament of Champions III, premiering on Food Network and discovery+ on Sunday, February 27th at 8pm ET/PT. This year, the toughest bracket-style tournament is supersized with two-hour long episodes and 32 of the country’s most talented chefs going head-to-head to win the largest prize in the tournament’s history.