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The Sunderland Echo has an interview with Kyle Gibson about his appearance in Battle of the Super Eaters: 3000 Calories a Minute on Channel 4 on British television Thursday night. Leah Shutkever and Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran are other featured UK competitive eaters.

2019 ESPN July 4 schedule

The ESPN schedule for early July is now out. The men’s Nathan’s finals will be televised on ESPN at noon Eastern and rerun at 3PM and 4PM. The women’s finals will be streamed on ESPN3 for the ninth consecutive year. (ESPN2 will be showing First Take during the women’s Nathan’s finals). ESPN3 will also show camera feeds focused on Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo.

The Good, The Bad, The Hungry will be televised on ESPN on July 2 at 8 pm and be rerun at 9:30 pm.

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"Battle of the Super Eaters: 3000 Calories a Minute", featuring Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran, Leah Shutkever and Kyle Gibson, will be televised on Channel 4 on British TV on June 13. Footage from last year's Hwy 55 burger eating contest will be included.
A BroadwayWorld article about The Good, The Bad, The Hungry trailer closes with broadcast information about the 2019 Nathan's finals. The men's finals will be shown on ESPN2 starting at noon Eastern. For the ninth year in a row, the women's finals will be relegated to ESPN3 streaming starting at 10:50 am.
The 30 for 30 twitter has posted a trailer for the documentary The Good, The Bad, The Hungry about the rivalry between Joey Chestnut and Takeru Kobayashi. The airdate for the film will be July 2 at 8 pm eastern.
Leah Shutkever announced she has received two Guinness World Records for egg and burrito eating. The feats will appear on a Channel 4 program next month.
Man vs. Food in London has a request for eaters to face off against Leah Shutkever and Kyle Gibson on Friday for an upcoming program on Channel 4.
Fox News interviewed a customer while he was attempting the King (or Queen) of Johnny V's Challenge at Johnny V's Classic Cafe in West Allis, WI yesterday. Splinter News did an investigation about the meal.
Wayne Algenio attempted the challenge at Mac Shack NY with British strongman Eddie Hall for an upcoming episode of Eddie Eats America
AwfulAnnouncing.com reports that the documentary The Good, The Bad, The Hungry will be televised on ESPN or ESPN2 on July 2.
Molly Schuyler has uploaded a video of her breaking the record for the "Don Juan" breakfast tacos at Juan in Million in Austin, TX. The caption mentions an upcoming documentary series.
Will Moritz produced an animation of Randy Santel.
Piper, an American competitor on the Australian reality show My Test Kitchen claimed she ate 52 baby back ribs to win an eating contest. (video)
An episode of TV Made Me Do IT about the 2009 AICE USA vs. Canada burger eating contest focusing on "Furious" Pete Czerwinski.
The hot dog eating contest from the Oscar nominated movie "The Green Book" can be viewed on youtube. The clip opens with Viggo Mortensen's character claiming that he can eat 48 White Castle burgers.
Kate Ovens attempted a 10 foot sandwich inspired by a hoagie Homer Simpson ate to celebrate the 30th season of the animated series.
A clip of an eating contest from an upcoming episode of Boruto Naruto Next Generations can be viewed online.a
NJ.com has an article about Rene Rovtar rapping to announce a snow day for Montville Township Public Schools, where she is superintendent. The song was inspired by Eric "Badlands" Booker.
"Back with the Ex", an Australian reality TV show starring conpetitive eater Erik Lee, can now be viewed worldwide on Netflix.
Joey Chestnut uploaded a mini-docuemtary about the Day Lee Gyoza Eating Championship held in Los Angeles in August.
In her Instagram story, Leah Shutkever announced her attempt to break the Guinness record for eating chocolate oranges will be televised during "Britain's Favourite Chocolate Bar" on Channel 5 at 9 pm British Time.
The Chicago Tribune has a report on "Mommy's Little PIggy" mashed potato eating contest held as part of "A Christmas Story Comes Home" in Hammond, IN on December 15.
CBR.com has an interview with Fred van Lente and Crystal Skillman about Eat Fighter, a webtoon with a female competitive eater protagonist.
Man v. Food host Casey Webb announced his program will be moving from the Travel Channel to the Cooking Channel.
Sports business reporter Darren Rovell is expected to leave ESPN and join The Action Network, a startup focusing on gambling. Rovell served a sideline reporter on some of the first telecasts of the Nathan's finals (around 2004-2006) and often mentioned competitive eating on his twitter.
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