In the revival of Dinner: Impossible, the challenges are “bigger” and tougher, according to Discovery. The team originally shot four highly competitive episodes in which Irvine cooked up a storm and worked hard to meet tight deadlines. They shot episodes in a variety of locations including Oahu, Hawaii and Cerro Gordo, California. Excited to be back, Irvine said, “Dinner: Impossible was not only my very first television show and the way I was introduced to the American audience, but also the place I met my wife Gail. Of course, it was Show always puts on one. ” A special place in my heart. Over the years it has been incredibly gratifying to learn that it has meant so much to the fans too. “
The chef recently announced on Twitter that the team would have more than four episodes for the new season. A fan asked if Irvine and his team were planning on working on new episodes. The chef wrote: “Well, we’ve shot four and are already shooting more. It’s really at the end of the day if you guys enjoy the show and want more … without anyone watching [doesn’t] Move forward … so hope you enjoy it! “Of course the fans are happy too.