Restaurant Impossible Canceled After 13 Seasons On Food Network

Restaurant Impossible Canceled After 13 Seasons On Food Network
Restaurant Impossible Canceled After 13 Seasons On Food Network

Restaurant Impossible fans will be disappointed to learn that Food Network has decided not to renew the show for a 14th season. Host Robert Irvine announced the news on Twitter.

“Guys after 13 seasons and 170 episodes of Restaurant Impossible, network has decided not to renew it. awesome time and thanks for watching.”

Fans Disappointed As Irvine Set To Debut New Show On The CW

A disappointed fan responded to Robert’s post by saying “Noooooo! I think your new show is a mistake. You need to keep Restaurant Impossible. It’s what drew us to you.”

The fan was referring to Robert’s new talk show set to premier on the CW in September.

Robert shot back, telling the fan “I have to feed a family like you.”

You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Robert Irvine On Food Network

You haven’t seen the last of Robert on Food Network. In a related Tweet, Robert appeared to suggest something might be in the works.

“Hopefully we will have more @FoodNetwork shows in the future . I will keep you informed .. Love to you all”

Incidentally, one of the last restaurants featured on season 13 of Restaurant: Impossible has closed. Factory on 4th, originally called Cray Eatery and Drinkery before Robert changed its name, is temporarily closed while being sold.

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