Heidi Montag on her new reality show.
It's every bit as hushed and reverential as you'd expect.
The food-focused talk show starts in September.
There's so much of it out there, but why, exactly, do we keep watching?
This season's 'Hell's Kitchen' winner will be named head chef at the New York restaurant.
He says no, even if two of his fellow cheftestants have recently gotten burned.
"First we grabbed hold of Tony Bourdain and said, 'Help us, Tony, help us.'"
Anne Burrell, Robert Irvine, and Michael Chiarello are in this year's cast.
He also says TV, restaurants, and a book are "every chef's big trifecta."
There are some funny moments, but we laughed harder at the chicken skit from 'Portlandia.'
What happens when your restaurant is featured on Food Network? Yes, it's good for business. But at what cost?
We talk to the duo about their show's upcoming season.
'Extra Virgin' will debut on Cooking Channel next month.
It sure sounds like Oprah suggested the Duchess of York not go on a show we'd totally watch.
What happens when a bunch of clueless young people in need of work meet a CEO who favors the lotus position during interviews?
They were pretty bro-y!
Get ready to watch Tucci and fellow celebs drink, and presumably talk about, wine.
Somebody steps forward and claims responsibility for Sandra Lee's Kwanzaa cake.
'The Kimchi Chronicles' will debut on PBS next year.