What’s Eating America, hosted by Andrew Zimmern, premiered February 16 on MSNBC, with a special two-hour episode featuring chef and humanitarian José Andrés.
In each of the series' five episodes, Zimmern travels the country to explore some of the most provocative political issues impacting Americans today – immigration, climate change, addiction, voting rights and healthcare – through the lens of food. Zimmern seeks out the inspiring stories of individuals most affected by these issues, and those seeking to change them.
Days after the brutal stabbing death of his mother-in-law, Emmy-winning filmmaker John MacGibbon picks up his camera and begins a harrowing search for truth. How to Survive a Murder is a remarkable look at a gut-wrenching tale of a crime that never should have occurred. Frustrated by the puzzling hostility and evasive behavior of state and local authorities, MacGibbon launches his own investigation and uncovers a web of lies and deceit spun to protect an influential Plymouth family, including police cover-ups, lenient judges and prosecutors and the dark family secrets that turned a privileged, charming and deeply disturbed young man into a killer. The series premiered on Reelz January 10th, 2020.Watch The Reel
Andrew Zimmern reveals his personal list of favorite foods, places and experiences that should be on everyone's travel itinerary. He navigates each city like a local and gives his spin on amazing eateries, including what to order and where to find it.
In 2019, The Zimmern List won a Silver Telly Award and a Taste Award for Best Food Travel Series. And in 2020, the show won both a Gold Telly Award and the Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Travel and Adventure Program.
How do we make mega-cities like New York more livable? With so much conflict in the world, how can we live in peace? Join host Kari Byron (MythBusters, White Rabbit Test) as she travels the world to find stories of everyday people working to find solutions to some of the biggest questions of our time.Watch The Reel
Intuitive Content filmed a series hosted by Andrew Zimmern for the new Food Network Kitchen app, which features live and on-demand classes with Food Network's top chefs and culinary experts. In Andrew's "Exotic Made Easy" course, he shares recipes and techniques from the road to inspire your everyday cooking. Learn how to master the wok with easy 15-minute dishes like Singapore noodles and fried rice, cook along as he whips up crowd-pleasing recipes like crab cakes and pan-seared salmon, and conquer basic culinary skills along the way.Watch The Reel
Andrew Zimmern believes the best way to explore a town is to get to know the locals first. In Travel Channel's Andrew Zimmern's Driven by Food, he discovers off-the-grid spots that only insiders know how to find. With his guides—whether it's a tuk tuk driver in Bangkok or a cab driver in Chicago—he shares a locals-only experience, uncovering the uniqueness of every destination. Andrew and his driver take viewers on an entertaining behind-the-scenes adventure, exploring food and culture from a whole new perspective.Watch The Reel
Adam Richman, the host of the hit series Man vs. Food and Secret Eats, takes viewers around the world for the BEST slices of food on the planet. From pizza to flat breads and anything served up on the fly, Slice is a taste of the world's most popular foods by one of the world's most talented food TV hosts, Adam Richman.Watch The Reel
An exploration of people and places through the strange, intriguing and even intoxicating world of traditional medicine, Curious Cures is an entertaining, sincere, honest and always-respectful investigation into a culture. From the hollows of Appalachia to the desert tribes of Angola, every culture has their homegrown traditional medicine. Many of these are crossing borders into American cities where alternative medicine has become a $34 billion dollar industry. All around the world there are cures - curious cures - that have to be seen and experienced, to be believed.Watch The Reel
Andrew Zimmern travels the United States in search of passionate food truck entrepreneurs who are chasing the American dream of being their own boss and sharing their food with the public. What they don't know is that Andrew is going to reward one deserving culinary dreamer with $10,000 to help them take their food truck to the next level.Watch The Reel
On Bravo TV's Beats + Bites, the Potash Twins explore the intersection of music and food, and the creative process that all artists share. They're bringing together music legends and top chefs including Wynton Marsalis, Tom Colicchio, Robert Glasper and Michael Voltaggio.
In 2019, Beats + Bites was awarded a Bronze Telly and the Great Taste Prize: Hollywood Tastemakers by the Taste Awards.
In AZ Cooks, Andrew shares cooking techniques and recipes inspired by his travels and experiences in the professional kitchen. He demystifies essential dishes from cultures around the world in pursuit of culinary literacy. AZ Cooks has won Taste Awards for “Best Food Program Online” (2018 and 2019), as well as “Best Instructional Series” (2019) and “Best Chef in a Series” (2019). The series was also recognized as a Webby Honoree in 2019.Watch The Reel
Caribou Coffee turned to Intuitive Content to create their first foray into branded content with the successful launch of "Behind the 'Bou with Andrew Zimmern." The digital series profiled Caribou's singular commitment to the highest quality beans and sustainable Rainforest Alliance certification. The series reached Caribou's 2 million loyal "Perks" members and was shared throughout their growing coffee and bagel empire, communicating the brand's stimulating 'Life Is Short, Stay Awake For It' ethos. In 2020, the series one a Taste Award for "Best Drink or Beverage Program."Watch The Reel
Immerse yourself in a one-of-a-kind cooking experience featuring hands-on lessons from your favorite chefs — in the comfort of your own home. Get tips and tricks straight from the pros as you cook your way through exclusive new recipes.Watch The Reel