Robert Irvine in “Restaurant: Impossible”. (Food Network photo)
Monday, March 1, 2021, 2:50 p.m.
New episodes of the premiere of ‘Dinner: Impossible’ on Thursday March 11th on the Food Network
New episodes of ‘Restaurant: Impossible’ on Thursdays as Irvine continues his mission to help struggling restaurant owners
Robert Irvine, world-class chef and host of the long-running hit series “Restaurant: Impossible,” returns with new episodes of the fan-favorite “Dinner: Impossible,” which hits Food on Thursday, March 11th (10pm ET / PT) Premiere has a network.
In every seemingly impossible mission, Irvine and his team of sous chefs are challenged to overcome extraordinary obstacles and conditions that push him to his physical and mental limits as he prepares and serves delicious meals to groups of hungry and expectant diners ahead of his allotted time must run out.
In four hour-long episodes, Irvine battles the elements, using limited resources to cook against the clock. From the majestic and historic island of Oahu in Hawaii to the streets of Sin City and an abandoned mining town in Cerro Gordo, California, he will try to rise to the challenge and prove that dinner is possible.
Viewers can also stream the return of Dinner: Impossible on Discovery +. New episodes will be available weekly starting March 11th.
“We’re thrilled to bring ‘Dinner: Impossible’ to a new generation of fans and to improve the stakes with new missions that combine action on the edge of the seat and compelling emotions that shake the impossible while Robert on the Stage is being driven Limit and beyond, ”said Courtney White, President of Food Network. “Robert Irvine has never overcome a challenge he will not take up and it is his lunch work ethic and dedication to helping people in need that continue to make him a must-see on the Food Network.”
“Not only was ‘Dinner: Impossible’ my very first TV show and the way the American audience was introduced to me, it was also my wife, Gail. Of course, the show has always held a special place in my heart, ”said Irvine. “Over the years it has been incredibly gratifying to learn that it has meant so much to the fans too. I’m so proud to announce that we’re back, and it’s getting bigger and better than ever, with stunning locations, cinematic production and downright diabolical challenges. “
In the premiere, Irvine is helicoptered to his first mission in Oahu, Hawaii – to host a no-kitchen feast for local residents, using only products and proteins that he can collect at the legendary Kualoa Ranch . Irvine and his team record the weather as they harvest their ingredients to create the impossible.
In another episode in Hawaii, Irvine’s mission is to prepare a five-star dinner for soldiers in the historic 25th Infantry Division to celebrate their 79th anniversary. With just a mobile field kitchen and food rations, he has to prepare a high-end dinner in just seven hours. But to earn more ingredients, Irvine must complete a series of tough military-style challenges.
While in Las Vegas, Irvine holds three wedding receptions in just six hours – and can’t miss the chance to travel to an abandoned mining town in Cerro Gordo, California to prepare a meal for a group of paranormal enthusiasts – including Amy Bruni and Adam Berry of Travel Channel’s “Kindred Spirits” – that would please even the local ghosts who continue to haunt the property.
Irvine, a culinary staple from Food Network, continues its quest to help failing restaurants across the country in Restaurant: Impossible. New episodes begin on Thursday, March 11th (9 p.m. ET / PT) on the Food Network. Each episode, Irvine visits struggling restaurant owners to help them change their fortunes in just two days.
Viewers can catch up on previous episodes of Discovery +.
Visit Food Network’s social media platforms to celebrate the return of Dinner: Impossible with exclusive Irvine videos and fan questions and answers. Also, get a first look at him traveling on an important mission to a very special destination. Follow #DinnerImpossible and #RestaurantImpossible for information on Irvine’s ongoing mission to help restaurant owners during the pandemic.