The Chew

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The Chew
The Chew Title Card.jpg
FormatTalk show
Cooking show
Directed byJohn D'Incecco
Presented byMario Batali
Carla Hall
Clinton Kelly
Daphne Oz
Michael Symon
Field Correspondents:
Danny Boome
Evette Rios
Jason Roberts
Marc Summers
Narrated byGordon Elliott
Country of originUnited States
Language(s)English
No. of seasons2
Production
Executive producer(s)Gordon Elliott, Mark Schneider
Running time60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelABC
Picture format720p HDTV
Original runSeptember 26, 2011 (2011-09-26) – present
External links
Website
 
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The Chew
The Chew Title Card.jpg
FormatTalk show
Cooking show
Directed byJohn D'Incecco
Presented byMario Batali
Carla Hall
Clinton Kelly
Daphne Oz
Michael Symon
Field Correspondents:
Danny Boome
Evette Rios
Jason Roberts
Marc Summers
Narrated byGordon Elliott
Country of originUnited States
Language(s)English
No. of seasons2
Production
Executive producer(s)Gordon Elliott, Mark Schneider
Running time60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channelABC
Picture format720p HDTV
Original runSeptember 26, 2011 (2011-09-26) – present
External links
Website

The Chew is an American talk show/cooking show that airs in the United States on ABC as part of the network's weekday daytime lineup. The name and format was inspired by the talk show The View, though centering on food-related and lifestyle topics. Each episode has its own title based upon the episode's theme. The program also airs in Canada on the stations of the Citytv television system. The show is recorded at ABC Studio 40 West 66th Street, New York.

It premiered on September 26, 2011[1] and replaced the soap opera All My Children.[2] It is hosted by Iron Chef America's Mario Batali and Michael Symon, Top Chef's Carla Hall, What Not to Wear's Clinton Kelly (who introduces the guests and welcomes everyone to the show) and Dr. Mehmet Oz's daughter, author and wellness enthusiast Daphne Oz.

Evette Rios (formerly one of the host's "buddies" on Rachael Ray), Marc Summers (host of the Food Network series Unwrapped and former host of Double Dare), former Food Network personality Danny Boome and Jason Roberts serve as correspondents for taped segments.[3] Guest co-hosts have included Emeril Lagasse, Scott Conant, Sunny Anderson and Evette Rios. A scenic designer with the show, Ivan Giovanettina, a native of Switzerland, was shot dead in Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn on January 10, 2013.[4]

The show is produced by British-Australian former talk show host Gordon Elliott,[5] who also serves as the show's off-camera announcer.

On April 11, 2012, ABC officially renewed The Chew for a second season.[6]

Contents

Main segments

The show features segments that are specially suited for each host, including:

Last Bites

Starting with the May 7, 2012 episode, the co-hosts host a segment only for the show's website called Last Bites in which they spend 3-6 more minutes with the day's guests.

Cookbook

Clinton Kelly announced on the June 4, 2012 episode that in September 2012 the show's first cookbook titled The Chew: Food. Life. Fun. will be released to bookstores, but it can currently be pre-ordered at the show's website.

Ratings

Week ofViewers
(millions)
Women
25-54
Women
18-49
Women
18-34
Note
September 26, 20112.101.0/ 60.7/ 50.5/ 3[7]
October 3, 20111.780.8/ 50.6/ 40.4/ 3[7]
October 10, 20111.860.9/ 60.6/ 40.4/ 3[7]
October 17, 20111.940.9/ 50.6/ 40.4/ 2[8]
October 24, 20112.161.1/ 70.8/ 50.5/ 3[9]
October 31, 20112.161.0/ 70.7/ 40.4/ 3[10]
November 7, 20112.251.1/ 60.7/ 40.5/ 3[11]
November 14, 20112.3840.5[12]
November 21, 20112.511.10.70.4[13]
November 28, 20112.331.10.80.4[14]
December 5, 20112.381.1/ 70.7/ 50.5/ 3[15]
December 12, 20112.501.1/ 70.8/ 50.5/ 3[16]
December 19, 20112.591.1/ 70.8/ 50.5/ 3[17]
December 26, 20112.77[18]
January 2, 20122.120.9/ 50.6/ 4[19]
January 16, 20122.441.0/ 60.7/ 50.5/ 3[20]
January 23, 20122.341.0/ 60.7/ 40.4/ 3[21]
January 30, 20122.231.0/ 60.8/ 50.5/ 4[22]
February 6, 20122.381.1/ 60.7/ 50.5/ 3[23]
February 13, 20122.301.0/ 60.7/ 40.4/ 3[24]
February 20, 20122.441.1/ 60.8/ 50.5/ 3[25]
February 27, 20122.491.1/ 60.7/ 50.4/ 3[25]
March 5, 20122.230.9/ 60.7/ 40.5/ 3[25]
March 12, 20122.140.9/ 60.6/ 40.4/ 3[26]
March 19, 20122.040.9/ 60.6/ 40.3/ 2[27]
March 26, 20122.210.9/ 60.6/ 40.3/ 2[28]
April 2, 20122.110.9/ 60.6/ 40.4/ 3[29]
April 9, 20121.990.9/ 50.6/ 40.4/ 3[30]
April 16, 20122.121.0/ 60.6/ 40.4/ 3[31]
April 23, 20122.270.9/ 60.7/ 40.4/ 3[32]
April 30, 20122.080.9/ 60.6/ 40.4/ 3[33]
May 7, 20122.090.8/ 50.6/ 40.4/ 3[34]
May 14, 20122.130.9/ 60.7/ 40.5/ 3[35]
May 21, 20122.18[36]

References

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