Food Network and Travel Channel Shows Added to Netflix

In addition to the recent addition of HGTV’s lineup on October 1st, Netflix has added a sizable portion (get it?) of Food Network and Travel Channel’s lineups on October 3rd. Like HGTV, many of them are listed as “Collections” – which simply have a collection of top episodes, not all of the episodes ever aired. I’m personally excited about Chopped finally being added, because as a Hulu Plus subscriber, the show is set to “online only” – so we couldn’t watch it on our TV via Amazon Fire TV; now we can via Netflix. Also a quick mention to The Boxcar Children, a personal childhood favorite in book form added today, October 4th, 2014.

Food Network

Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Collection | 2006 | 25 Episodes
Grumpy, sharp-tongued host Anthony Bourdain uncovers the best — and strangest — in culinary cuisine around the world.

Cutthroat Kitchen | 2013 | 1 Season, 13 Episodes
Four competing chefs are handed $25,000 and can use the money to either help themselves or sabotage their rivals. Just how far will they go to win?

Chopped Collection | 2012 | 25 Episodes
It’s all about skill, speed, and ingenuity in this cooking-competition show where up-and-coming chefs turn everyday items into an extraordinary meal.

Cupcake Wars Collection | 2012 | 25 Episodes
The best cupcake bakers in the country battle to see who makes the best cupcakes. In this war of frosting and sugar, there is only one winner.

Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives Collection | 2011 | 25 Episodes
Guy Fieri takes a cross-country road trip to visit some of America’s classic “greasy spoon” restaurants that have been doing it right for decades.

Good Eats Collection | 2008 | 25 Episodes
Pop culture, comedy, and plain good eating: Host Alton Brown explores the origins of ingredients and presents food in fine and funny ways.

The Pioneer Woman Collection | 2012 | 20 Episodes
Best-selling cookbook author Ree Drummond shares her special brand of home cooking, from throw-together suppers to elegant celebrations.

Restaurant: Impossible Collection | 2012 | 25 Episodes
Armed with $10,000 and lots of tough love, chef Robert Irvine gives down-and-out restaurants drastic makeovers, fixing everything from food to decor.

Cooking Channel

Rachael Ray’s Week in a Day Collection | 2010 | 20 Episodes
Rachael Ray applies her trademark efficiency to weekly meal planning with single-day cooking sessions that yield five days’ worth of dinners.

Travel Channel

Andrew Zimmern steps out of his own comfort zone by giving us a taste of the world’s different cultures as well as exotic foods in his own backyard.
Man v. Food Collection | 2009 | 25 Episodes
Host Adam Richman goes on a mouthwatering journey to find America’s greatest pig-out spots and take on the country’s most legendary eating challenges.

The Dead Files | 2011-2012 | 2 Seasons, 44 Episodes
A psychic communicator teams with a retired homicide detective to solve unexplained paranormal phenomena in haunted locations across America.

Special Mention

The Boxcar Children | 2014 | 1hr 21m
Fearful of being sent to live with relatives they’ve never met, four homeless, orphaned siblings turn an abandoned boxcar into their new secret home.
Thanks to Decider for the full October list.
Updated with Dead Files, which we originally missed. Thanks pacdude.
Posted from http://NetflixFixer.com

6 thoughts on “Food Network and Travel Channel Shows Added to Netflix”

  1. I feel sorry for everyone asking when they'll put things back on Netflix, when this site is not owned or run by anyone working at Netflix. You're not getting anywhere, stop it.

  2. When are you going to put Cake Boss back on Netflix? Everyone loves and misses that show, including me! Please bring it back!!

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