‘Bobby’s Triple Threat’ Renewed for Season 3 at Food Network (EXCLUSIVE)

“Bobby’s Triple Threat” has been renewed for a third season at Food Network.

Hosted by Bobby Flay and featuring his three culinary “titans” — Tiffany Derry, Michael Voltaggio and Brooke Williamson — the show sees the trio go up against a new guest chef and mystery judge each episode, with each titan being responsible for one of three courses in the successive cooking competition with a $25,000 weekly prize.

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“Bobby’s Triple Threat” Season 2 debuted Aug. 22 and concluded Oct. 24. During its second-season run, “Triple Threat” drew more than 11 million total viewers across Food Network and streamers Max and Discovery+, according to Warner Bros. Discovery. In linear-only TV ratings, “Triple Threat” Season 2 averaged a 0.52 among adults ages 25-54 and a 0.65 among women ages 25-54, in Nielsen’s Live + 3 Day ratings. That’s up 11% and 16%, respectively, from Season 1.

Season 3 of Flay’s “Triple Threat” competition series will air in 2024.

“’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,” Warner Bros. Discovery’s head of food content Betsy Ayala said. “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.”

Flay added: “I am thrilled that viewers have voted a resounding ‘yes’ by tuning into Season 2 of Triple Threat with double digit gains over our first season. 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 3. I’ve got $25,000 burning a hole in my pocket, come and get it!”

“Bobby’s Triple Threat” hails from Rock Shrimp Productions.

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