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Competition to become the host of a cooking show.

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The remaining finalists team up to create food podcasts about colorful snacks; Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and guest judge Richard Blais listen and decide whose voices paint the prettiest picture.
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The final four finalists must make a share-worthy dish live on Food Network's Facebook page, and their demo is put to the test when special guest Anne Burrell is revealed as the on-camera talent.
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The finalists think they are cooking solo at a private event for foodies and tastemakers, but soon learn they will be cooking and presenting in teams; each team discovers their event theme, ingredients and decor in the trunk of their vehicle.
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A previously eliminated competitor re-enters the competition thanks to a win on "Star Salvation"; eliminated finalists serve as sous chefs in the battle to determine which three competitors will get a chance to shoot their own pilot.
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The pilots come in, and Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay determine the fates of the three finalists; going behind the scenes to find out who will join the Food Network family and become its next star.
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The tables are turned on the contestants when they learn they must judge themselves; People magazine editor-in-chief Jess Cagle splits the finalists into two teams to judge and evaluate mentors Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis on their own dishes.
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One ousted rival will rejoin the competition, but only if he or she can survive a four-week journey on "Star Salvation," hosted by Alex Guarnaschelli.
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In the first challenge, the remaining finalists update their family favorites with a culinary twist; the finalists then head to the aquarium to cater a five-course, VIP dinner in celebration of the 20th anniversary of Shark Night.
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The six finalists whip up dishes inspired by characters from the movie "Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation"; special guest Fran Drescher, who voices the character Eunice in the film, joins Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay at the judging table.
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Ten "Food Network Star" hopefuls are greeted by Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay to kick off the competition; each finalist must create a portable version of their signature dish.
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Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay watch the Food Network pilots for the three finalists; what happens behind the scenes of Food Network Star; finding out who joins the Food Network family and is crowned the newest Food Network star.
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The three remaining finalists are in for a shock when they learn that a previously eliminated finalist is reentering the competition; the last four competitors must cook the dish of their lives for the privilege of making a pilot.
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Finalists report live on location by visiting popular food trucks; finalists partake in their own segment of a special called "Up Your Game (Day)," performing a demo of a special game-day dish while also tackling surprises along the way.
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The finalists must try their hand at something big; live cooking while streaming on social media; each finalist streams their take on a start-to-finish 15-minute weeknight meal while viewers cook along.
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The finalists go head-to-head to determine who will take on Bobby Flay; anyone who can beat Bobby is safe from elimination, but those who are not up to the challenge may lose their spot in the competition; guest Anne Burrell.
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The competitors each take on a forgotten pantry ingredient and perform a live web stream, demonstrating how they used their ingredient; the finalists go head to head, traveling back in time to a past decade and working with the tools of that era.
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For the Mentor Challenge, the competitors must create something new using the ingredients of bizarre vintage dishes; for the Star Challenge, the contestants divide into two teams to plan and create a menu for delivery.
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One ousted rival rejoins the competition, but only if he or she can survive a six-week journey on Star Salvation.
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Finalists make their best potato dish; Tiffani Thiessen helps Giada De Laurentiis and Bobby Flay judge the finalists' efforts as they each host a summer social gathering for a crowd of people in a park.
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Finalists take on a typical shopping budget problem while creating an Instagram Story about their shopping trip; finalists perform Sunny Anderson's favorite problem-solving segments from "The Kitchen" in front of a studio audience.
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The finalists are divided into teams; at a campsite, they use camping food to create a glamping meal; judges Giada De Laurentiis, Melissa d'Arabian and Andrew Zimmern will decide which finalist elevated camping food to glamping dishes.

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