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Renewed and Returning: “Cheap Eats,” “Iron Resurrection”

New seasons are on tap for series on the Cooking Channel, Velocity, WE tv and Comedy Central UK.  Food blogger Ali Khan returns to the Cooking Channel for a new season of Cheap Eats. ...
July 7, 2017

New seasons are on tap for series on the Cooking Channel, Velocity, WE tv and Comedy Central UK. 

Food blogger Ali Khan returns to the Cooking Channel for a new season of Cheap Eats. With 12 hours in each city and a budget of $35 for breakfast, lunch, dinner and a snack, Khan searches out the joints with the biggest bang for his buck. As he searches out great meals for a good price, he meets the local chefs at each eatery to learn how they create their flavourful and affordable dishes. Cheap Eats premieres July 12 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Joe Martin is back with his wife Amanda and best friend Jayson “Shag” Arrington for customizing and restoring all types of cars on Iron Resurrection (pictured). For years the team has fixed up cars for a range of clientele and now they’re back for a sophomore season on Velocity, starting July 11 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Love guru Patti Stanger returns to WE tv with a new group of millionaires looking for love in season two of Million Dollar Matchmaker, premiering August 4 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. The new (10×60) episodes will see if true love will prevail, as Stanger helps some of her unmatchable millionaires. Million Dollar Matchmaker is produced for WE tv by Thinkfactory Media.

Comedy Central UK has re-commissioned two new series of Russell Howard & Mum: Road Trip, produced by Avalon. The second series returns this fall, and  will also return in 2018 for a third and later fourth series. The two new (6×60) series will further explore Russell’s relationship with his mum, Ninette, as they meet an array of weird and wonderful characters across Northern Europe and Asia.

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