‘Chopped Junior’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer, news, and all you need to know of the upcoming season of kids’ reality cooking show

After eight successful seasons, ‘Chopped Junior’ is back with another season of excitement-packed, flavorful cooking competition among some of the most talented children in America.


                            ‘Chopped Junior’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer, news, and all you need to know of the upcoming season of kids’ reality cooking show

Cooking competitions can be high-tension but fun and exciting at the same time. But it’s double the entertainment to see children trying their hands at some of the most unique and innovative recipes, which many adults and professional chefs wouldn’t do. Food Network’s popular cooking reality show, ‘Chopped Junior’ will bring you six episodes with a competitive cooking environment, and some very interesting recipes.

Release date:

Season 9 of ‘Chopped Junior’ will premiere on November 12, 2019, only on Food Network at 8 pm ET.

Plot:

The child-friendly show is a derivation of the channel’s popular predecessor, ‘Chopped’, which started in 2007. ‘Chopped Junior’ involves only little chefs creating unique recipes and improvising on classic dishes, and competing against each other, while they make the most of mystery ingredients.

Cast:

Every season of ‘Chopped Junior’ sees a new set of contestants vying for the big prize. However, the show host, Ted Allen, has been a constant element all through ‘Chopped’ and ‘Chopped Junior.'

Ted Allen

TV personality and author Ted Allen has been hosting 'Chopped' since 2007 and 'Chopped Junior' since 2015. (IMDb)

Author and television personality Allen has quite a resume of shows and books. He has appeared on ‘Queer Eye’ as a wine and food connoisseur, along with shows like ‘Best Ever’ and ‘The Best Thing I Ever Ate', as well as a judge for the hit cooking show, ‘Top Chef.' Allen is also the recipient of a James Beard Foundation Award for his work as the host of Chopped, and an Emmy Award for his work in ‘Queer Eye.'

Showrunner:

‘Chopped Junior’ is directed by Michael Pearlman. Pearlman has been directing all seasons of ‘Chopped Junior’ since 2015. He has also directed ‘Project Runway’, ‘The American Baking Co.’ among other shows.

Trailer:

The network has not updated any information on its show preview. Stay tuned when we bring you more updates and videos on this section.

Where to watch:

You can catch Episode 1 of ‘Chopped Junior’ Season 9 on November 12, at 8 PM ET, only on Food Network.


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