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Metacritic reports that the subculture of competitive eating will be explored in an episode of the new season of "CSI:Vegas".
The-Solute.com has a post about "The Glutton Bowl", a competitive eating tournament that aired on Fox in 2002, with commentary about the appearances of Don Lerman, Ed "Cookie" Jarvis, Oleg Zhornitskiy and Takeru Kobayashi.
ESPN has a press release about its telecast of the 2022 Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest. The men's contest will be live on ESPNews while the women's contest will be streamed on ESPN3 while ESPNews shows Sportscenter. (The two main ESPN channels will be showing Wimbledon.) John Anderson will replace Mike Golic Jr. as Rich Shea's broadcast partner.
The women's Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest has yet to be listed on the ESPN July 4 schedule. The MLE page about the contest says it will be on ESPNews, but that channel is showing Sportscenter all morning.
Joel Hansen auditioned for "America's Got Talent". He thinks his appearance will be televised next week.
The July 4 schedule for the ESPN family of networks is now out. ESPN News at noon has a showing of "Great American Events", which is what the Nathan's Famous hot dog eating contest has been listed as previously. ESPN and ESPN2 will be televising Wimbledon tennis at that time. ESPN will show a rerun at 4pm.
The whole two hour telecast of the Glutton Bowl from 2002, including commercials, has been uploaded to youtube.
Leah Shutkever appeared on ITV This Morning Thursday and attempted to break her Guinness record of 19 chicken nuggets in an hour minute. The segment received criticism for being insensitive to global issues of food inflation and shortages. update Daily Star has an article.
Max Stanford appeared on the British television program "The Gadget Show". He attempted to eat 100 custard cream biscuits on his appearance but it was cut from the episode.
NonNomSammieBoy did a burger eating challenge on tonight's episode of America's Got Talent Extreme.
Man v Food recorded at Petaluma, CA restauarnts for an upcoming episode.
Yahoo has an article about Molly Schuyler competing on last week's episode of Go Big Show, TBS' new talent show, which includes a video of her appearance.
Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran discusses his feud with Adam Richman of Man V Food in a clip from the Breaking Bread podcast.
Molly Schuyler appeared on tonight's episode of Go Big Show, a new talent show on TBS. update A video clip of the appearance is available.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson challenged Cookie Monster to a cookie eating contest. The challenge was accepted.
Tell Cookie Monster to move it over, cuz I’m coming to Sesame Street to kick ass and eat cookies. And I’m almost all outta cookies.
Mirror has an article about Max Stanford creating a 4.5 kg beef trifle inspired by a Thanksgiving episode of "Friends".
Joey Chestnut appeared on Fox 59 this morning to discuss his Thanksgiving leftover recipes and promote his line of condiments.
In a pancake eating contest on tonight's episode of "Riverdale", big eater Jughead was defeated by Archie. The program this season has been rebranded as "Rivervale" to hint that it might be set in an alternate universe.
Larry David and comedian Patton Oswald faced off in a hot dog eating contest on tonight's episode of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" on HBOMax.
The Food Network has disavowed Josh Denny, the host of "Ginormous Food", for his comments about the new Texas anti-abortion law and says his episodes will no longer be available. He is not the only food challenge show host to make controversial comments about abortion. In January 2019, Adam Richman called for violence against a Covington (KY) Catholic High School student attending the March for Life in Washington, DC.
Mary Bowers appeared on tonight's episode of America's Got Talent and attempted to eat her way out of a wedding cake she was encased in.
"Battle of the Super Eaters", a 2019 program from the British network Channel 4 starring Leah Shutkever, Adam "Beard Meats Food" Moran and Kyle Gibson, can be viewed on youtube.
TMZ.com reports that Henry "Nacho" Laun, famed for his eating challenges on the A & E series "Wahlburgers" and also a competitor in the 2015 Wing Bowl, died from a cocaine overdose.
NickiSwift.com has an article asking "Whatever Happened to Adam Richman?"
TMZ.com reports that Henry "Nacho" Laun was hospitalized after being found unconscious parked at a gas station in Massachusetts. He did several food challenges on the A & E series "Wahlburgers" including eating a divot from a golf course. He competed in the 2015 Wing Bowl using the name "Nacho Extreme".
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