The Great Food Truck Race
The Great Food Truck Race is American Reality TV series. Produced by Critical Content. Stars: Tyler Florence, Chris Hodgson, Lance Kramer. Also known as The Great Food Truck Race 2 in USA. It debuted on Aug 15, 2010, on Food Network. The series has 6.6 * rating by IMDb.
How Many Seasons Are There Of The Great Food Truck Race: 10 (65 episodes)
|Season 11|| |
|Season 10|| |
Season premieres on June 9, 2019
Finale: July 28, 2019
Food Network, 8 episodes
|Season 9|| |
Season premieres on July 26, 2018
Finale: August 30, 2018
Food Network, 6 episodes
|Season 8|| |
2017, Food Network, 6 episodes
|Season 7|| |
2016, Food Network, 5 episodes
|Season 6|| |
2015, Food Network, 6 episodes
|Season 5|| |
2014, Food Network, 7 episodes
|Season 4|| |
2013, Food Network, 7 episodes
|Season 3|| |
2012, Food Network, 7 episodes
|Season 2|| |
2011, Food Network, 7 episodes
|Season 1|| |
2010, Food Network, 6 episodes
The Great Food Truck Race is on Food Network (United States) Sundays at 6 pm
S10E8 () - Air Date: Jul 28, 2019 (6 months ago)
Food Network's 'The Great Food Truck Race' filmed in the desert. Wait, are food trucks allowed in Palm Springs? - by Desertsun
Hosted by Tyler Florence, "The Great Food Truck Race" began airing in July with it's debut in Los Angeles, where eight teams hand-squeezed orange juice to get the keys to their food trucks. The show made stops in Las Vegas, Phoenix, Yuma and, for its latest episode, the Coachella Valley, showcasing glimpses of trendy venues.
The Great Food Truck Race recap: Dates bring sweet victory - by Foodsided
I was quite surprised that Just Wing It finished first on this skills challenge. Granted, they used extra wooden skewers, but no one said that it was against the rules. The wing guys got their seed money and headed off first, followed by Mobile Moo Shu and lastly New England Grill.
The Great Food Truck Race recap: Rolling in Vegas winnings - via Foodsided
But, this challenge wasn’t just about making a delicious dish. The dish needed to appeal to customers. With everyone parked in the same area and selling a shrimp dish, the teams needed to stand out. Whether it was being the first truck to sell or the most creative dish, a boring fried shrimp dish wasn’t going to win the challenge.
TV picks for July 26: 'Jesus Christ Superstar,' 'Nashville,' 'The Great Food Truck Race' - by Startribune
“Nashville” clearly stayed on stage for too many encores, but you may want to check out the series finale on the off chance that Connie Britton’s beloved character Rayna Jaymes, who died last year, will return from the grave. The series, which debuted in 2012, always had great musical ambitions, thanks to the early influences of producer T Bone Burnett. Too bad the soap-opera antics eventually overshadowed the killer soundtrack.