Food Network Show, Dinner: Impossible, Cooks Up A Second Season Of Challenging Cooking Assignments

Leading production and post production facility Shooters Post & Transfer and LA-based Marc Summers Productions announced that Food Network has picked up their popular primetime series, Dinner: Impossible.
By: Dwain Schenck/ICA Strategic Communications
Aug. 22, 2007 - PRLog -- Leading production and post production facility Shooters Post & Transfer and LA-based Marc Summers Productions announced that Food Network has picked up their popular primetime series, Dinner: Impossible and doubled the number of shows to 26 for a second season. The show, created by Brian O`Reilly of Purple Sage Productions, airs on Wednesday nights at 10 PM ET/PT.

In July, 2007 USA Today highlighted Dinner: Impossible as one of the must see shows to watch this summer. “Producing Dinner: Impossible in its second season is even a greater challenge than the first,” said Marc Summers, executive producer and Food Network host of Unwrapped. “Now that people know Robert, their expectations are even higher, which means our cooking challenges, locations and production values have to be kicked up to meet those  expectations.”

The program features chef Robert Irvine, who has cooked for the British royal family and four US presidents, and his two sous chefs. The team learns to cope on the fly with strange situations in which they have to prepare gourmet meals while overcoming obstacles and difficult working conditions--like, having to shop and prep dinner for 150 people aboard a cramped train all the while having to beat a designated deadline.

“On different levels everybody is getting something from our show,” said Robert Irvine, Dinner: Impossible chef.  “Food lovers like it because of the food and the style. The youngsters love it because they like to see screaming and shouting. It’s a really cool show for a lot of different reasons and I am ecstatic that Food Network has brought us back for more.”

“It is gratifying to see that our show has been embraced by its audience and that the network has doubled the number of shows for this new season,” said Ray Carballada, COO, Shooters Post & Transfer.  “As a company, the majority of our production and post production work revolves around advertising.  Our goal is to not only expand into other areas and create shows like Dinner: Impossible but to gain experience that can be used in today’s ever changing world of advertising...”

About Shooters Post & Transfer
Shooters Post & Transfer blends talent, technology, and customer service to provide a superior level of quality and creativity. Shooters’ client base consists of ad agencies, production companies, filmmakers, television and cable networks, political consultants, PR firms, and corporations. The company is located in Historic Old City Philadelphia. Shooters supports all available high definition (HD) formats. Capabilities include film transfer with data and HD output, HD color correction with Defocus and Toolbox, five fire (HD) suites, CGI and graphic design, flame, seven non-linear editorial suites, three digital HD surround sound audio suites, audio recording studio, film, HD and video production and production studio.

About Marc Summers Productions
Marc Summers Productions is beginning its 15th year, developing and producing television shows for Network, Syndication and Cable.  Currently, they are doing a new reality series for Food Network, Dinner:Impossible and have recently sold a new game show, Combination Lock to King World/CBS/Paramount which is scheduled to launch in fall of 2007. They have also produced shows for Spike, including a hidden camera program Ultimate Revenge with host Ryan Seacrest and a new version of Wild and Crazy Kids for Nickelodeon.  They are also developing a new live action series with Nickelodeon.
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