Fox has renewed the cooking competition show “Next Level Chef” for two more seasons, with production set to begin later this year. The announcement was made by Rob Wade, President of Alternative Entertainment and Specials at Fox Entertainment.
“Next Level Chef” is a unique cooking competition that takes place in a three-story kitchen, with each floor featuring a different challenge. The contestants are divided into three teams and must work together to create the best dishes. The show is hosted by comedian and actor John Cena, with chefs Nancy Silverton, Marcus Samuelsson, and Aaron Sanchez serving as judges.
The first season of “Next Level Chef” premiered on Fox in September 2022, and has received positive reviews from both audiences and critics. The show has been praised for its innovative format, challenging tasks, and the chemistry between the judges.
In a statement, Wade said, “We are thrilled to renew ‘Next Level Chef’ for two more seasons. The show has been a hit with audiences and critics alike, and we can’t wait to see what challenges the producers and the judges have in store for us.”
The renewal of “Next Level Chef” comes as Fox has been expanding its lineup of unscripted programming. The network recently renewed “The Masked Singer” for a sixth season, and has several new shows in development, including “The Big Leap,” “Our Kind of People,” and “Pivoting.”
Fans of “Next Level Chef” can expect more intense competition, creative dishes, and dramatic moments in the upcoming seasons. With John Cena at the helm, the show promises to continue delivering high-energy entertainment that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.