SBS has today unveiled its 2018 lineup, which includes a huge slate of food programming across multiple platforms.
New programs include Adam Liaw’s Destination Flavour China, Maeve O’Meara in Food Safari Water and Sarah Todd returns as she tries to open a restaurant in bustling Mumbai in My Restaurant in India season 2.
Learn how a young refugee became one of Australia’s most successful chefs in Luke Nguyen‘s Food Trail, and kick off the year with Shane Delia’s Recipe for Life, which provides all the inspiration for those New Year’s resolutions.
On its one-year birthday, youth focused channel SBS Viceland has announced it will develop locally produced programs to air across the Australian channel, and Viceland’s 50+ global channels.
SBS Viceland will also bring Viceland productions from the US, UK, India, France, Belgium, Greece, Latin America and Africa, and fast-tracked new seasons of Emmy Award-winning programs, including Atlanta and Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.
Turning two years old, dedicated food entertainment channel Food Network will continue its popular themed months and nights, targeting the diverse interests of all Australians. Flaming Fridays barbecue-themed nights hosted by Roger Mooking will run from January, just in time for summer, followed by Baking Month coming up in February, Travel Month in April, and – if you’re feeling a little guilty – Healthy Food Month throughout May. The channel will also expand on its growing suite of original local content, starting the year with Bondi Harvest, hosted by Guy Turland, which offers healthy life hacks from the best beach in the world.