“The series launched to tremendous response from our viewers, so Josh Denny is packing up his suitcase and hitting the road to sample more audaciously big, mouthwatering dishes that you will have to see to believe,” said Didi O’Hearn, Senior Vice President Programming, Food Network and Cooking Channel.
To date nearly 7.6 million people have tuned into Ginormous Food, with the first two episodes posting gains of +64% and +31% vs. YAGO among core-demo audiences (P25-54) and Millennials (P25-34) respectively. Fans can catch highlights from the series at FoodNetwork.com/GinormousFood, and can join the conversation on Twitter using #GinormousFood.
Ginormous Food is produced by Lusid Media.
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