Good Eats: Reloaded brings Alton Brown back to Cooking Channel


A foodie favorite is coming back with a reboot. Good Eats: Reloaded on Cooking Channel has Alton Brown renovating some classic food TV.

Did you love Good Eats? The classic Alton Brown food TV show was part cooking, part science and filled with foodie facts. Now, the favorite food TV show is getting revamped on Good Eats: Reloaded. Who’s ready to watch on Cooking Channel?

According to Cooking Channel, the “new” episodes will premiere on Monday, October 15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. While these episodes aren’t completely new, the episodes feature new scenes intermixed with the classic show. The 13-episode series gives fans a taste of what they have been wanting for a long time.

Part of the reason why foodies loved Good Eats is because it wasn’t that typical cooking show. Before cooking competitions and numerous celebrity chefs, this food show made cooking and food entertaining. The combination of smart cooking, a little bit of science, funky camera angles and a dash of humor, this Alton Brown show was, and still is, extremely entertaining.

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  • In today’s announcement, it isn’t clear what food topics are being remastered. Alton Brown had so many popular episodes over the 13 year run. It will be curious to see if these episodes focus on the extremely popular choices, current food trends or something more obscure.

    According to Allison Page, President, Food Network and HGTV, the “Alton’s present-day take on classic episodes in Reloaded is a taste of what’s to come.” Based on that statement, this 13-episode series should get foodies excited for more. While totally new episodes of Good Eats were not confirmed, this statement makes it sound that those episodes will be coming in the near future.

    It will be curious to see how this classic, favorite food TV show stacks up in the current television landscape. Today, home cooks are much more food savvy. It could mean that Brown and the production needs to be more informative and innovative. Given Brown’s vast food knowledge, the topics for any future season could be quite interesting.

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    Will you be watching the remastered Good Eats: Reloaded? FoodSided will be watching. It is definitely must watch foodie television.