The company that brings you Food Network and Cooking Channel has expanded Genius Kitchen a new batch of cooking shows. Among the new offerings is celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s new show Jamie’s Super Food.
Jamie’s Super Food is a monthly program that celebrates easy, healthy cooking around the world. Its first episodes follow Oliver to Costa Rica and Greece.
Scripps Networks launched Genius Kitchen last year to give Millennial streamers easy access to cooking-related content.
Scripps executive Rich Lacy explained that “[Genius Kitchen’s] content is always tailored to the diverse array of experiences that young people look for when they watch video.”
Genius Kitchen was born out of a realization that Scripps’ cable-centric audience was disappearing. Food Network hopes that Genius Kitchen will help its shows attract a new audience.
Genius Kitchen combines the programming of networks like Cooking Channel with a social-first approach to sharing recipes and cooking tips.
In addition to Jamie’s Super Food, Genius Kitchen added an additional forty hours of cooking content from other Food Network shows.
Actress Courtney Rada travels the country to sample everything except vegetables in Carnivorous. C-list celebrities show off their street food skills by joining Famous Food Truck. An expanded version of Pop Culture Baking Class shows you how to create dishes pulled from the entertainment headlines.
Foodies can stream Genius Kitchen’s content streaming to their living rooms and kitchens via a full range of apps. Mobile and tablet support includes iOS, Android, and Amazon’s Fire tablets. Genius Kitchen also has apps for various TV devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, and Roku.
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