The Try Guys Are Bringing Their Cooking Hijinks To The Food Network

The Try Guys Are Bringing Their Cooking Hijinks To The Food Network

The Try Guys are coming to TV with a brand new cooking and travel vehicle entitled No Recipe Road Trip, which has just received a full-season order at the Food Network.

Back in February, the Food Network announced a one-off special of the same name, but has now ordered five additional episodes to comprise a six-episode first season, Variety reports. A premiere date has not been announced, though the series will be distributed on both television and nascent streamer Discovery+.

No Recipe Road Trip will see the Try Guys — Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang — attempting to whip up classic dishes and restaurant specialties in kitchens across America. While the pilot has already been shot, the remaining episodes are currently in pre-production.

“When we screened the pilot, we knew our audience would love a full series featuring this foursome’s audacious spin on cooking,” Food Network president Courtney White told Variety in a statement. “We’re eager to leverage and grow their following as we broaden their reach on Food Network.”

The series is based on Without A Recipe, an existing show on The Try Guys’ YouTube channel, which is home to 7.6 million subscribers and 40 million monthly viewers.