Calling All Future Stars: Attend a Food Network Star Season 9 Open Casting

by in Community, Shows, November 7th, 2012

Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and Alton Brown

If you’ve ever found yourself watching an episode of Food Network Star and thinking “I can do that,” now is your chance to show us what you’re made of. We’re currently casting Season 9 of this all-star show and looking for those with top-notch culinary know-how, an infectious television-worthy personality and the willingness to compete in the ultimate multi-month job interview. Think you have what it takes to impress Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Alton Brown and top Food Network executives? If so, submit an online application and either attend an open casting call in one of the four cities below or send in a brief home video in which you strut your best culinary stuff.

Check out this all-in-one guide to Food Network Star casting to find more details on how to apply, rules and eligiability requirements and answers to common questions.

Philadelphia
Thursday, November 8, 2012
Time: 10am-2pm
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1200 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Los Angeles
Monday, November 12, 2012
Time: 10am-2pm
Location: Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel
2500 Hollywood Way
Burbank, CA 91505

New York City
Friday, November 16, 2012 (Rescheduled from October 29, 2012)
Time: 10am-1pm
Location: Galway Pub
7 East 36th St.
New York, NY 10016

Chicago
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Time: 10am-2pm
Location: The Westin Michigan Ave.
909 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

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Comments (7)

  1. whipmom says:

    when is Justin's show going to air?

  2. ICHoax says:

    I have no idea what color Giada's eyes are…

  3. jamie says:

    how embarrassing for giada to have her visiting aunt from italy appear on her show and throw giada under the bus. the aunt was rude and condescending. everything and anything that G recommended was shot down as inappropriate or "not the way it is done in italy". what a sour-pus of a women – no eye contact with the camera, never a smile, only complaints and acting like she was the only one that ever learned to cook. poor G – ended up sitting in a chair and drinking alcohol. she scolded G for ever putting ketchup in meatballs. and when she offered to get out the cheese and garlic, she told her those were ingredients that were not used in those dishes. burn. and heaven forbid when they plated the pasta and G wanted to put a meatball in that same dish, the aunt almost fell over from how taboo that would be. this airing, 11/13/12, on the east coast, was an embarrassing show for giad. she was a fish out of water – not knowing what to say and what to do. for a nice change though, the focus was on cooking a substantial amount of food to plate. G spends most of her time putting dishes and utensils in the sink, and preparing enough food, fit for two infants to share. her end result is usually a sandwich and a tupperware container filled with cold pasta so she and her grumpy/ flat personality husband can share on a bench on the side of the road. this is our least favorite on the food channel. and now that the aunt has discredited her with adding incorrect italian accents to dishes, we will not watch this lame show again.

  4. Just Wondering says:

    Will they bring back someone from last season? Maybe a redemption show like TNIC…

  5. Jackie says:

    When does or did the Season 9 Foodnetwork Star air? If it's already started, are there back episodes I can view online?

  6. Jackie says:

    Please, no more Bobby Flay shows! It seems he has a new show everytime I tune in to Food Network. I'm tired of southwestern cuisine, blue corn tortillas and a chef thats rather "full of himself." Give someone else a second venue
    Loving Sandra's Lee new show about duplicating tastes from different restaurants to be done at home. Wish I could find the roasted tomato basil soup recipe used at the "Corner Bakery" which is in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area of Texas –it's simply the best!

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