Food Network has ordered a third season of Bobby’s Triple Threat.
Hosted by Bobby Flay and featuring chefs Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson, Bobby’s Triple Threat second season wrapped October 24 and reached more than 11 million total viewers (across Food Network/Max/Discovery+) and averaged a .52 among persons 25-54 and a .65 among women 25-54 in live plus 3 ratings. That was up 11% and 16% respectively from season one and up 53% and 51% respectively vs. prior six-week benchmarks.
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“Bobby’s Triple Threat showcases a level of culinary skill and execution that elevates the action and allows Bobby to deliver to viewers a high-energy, high-stakes food competition,” said Betsy Ayala, Head of Content, Food, Warner Bros. Discovery. “With Bobby at the helm and his three hand-picked titans, Tiffany, Michael and Brooke, cooking weekly against a new elite opponent, the audience has no choice but to be on the edge of their seats to see how each battle unfolds.”
“I am thrilled that viewers have voted a resounding yes by tuning into season two of Triple Threat with double digit gains over our first season,” added Flay. “My goal of turning the Titans into cooking superheroes is becoming a reality and I can’t wait to unleash the next set of challengers into the club for season three. I’ve got $25,000 burning a hole in my pocket, come and get it!”
Bobby’s Triple Threat is produced by Rock Shrimp Productions for Food Network.
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