What to Watch This Sunday: Sneak Peek of the New Series, The Shed

by in Shows, August 2nd, 2013

The Shed CastA new family is coming to Food Network: the Orrisons, known as the First Family of Mississippi Barbecue. The saying goes, a family that eats together stays together. Well, this family not only does that, they also work together. Brother and sister team Brad and Brooke run the business of The Shed, a popular barbecue joint, while their parents, Mama Shed and Daddy-O, work for them. How many families can say that? But somehow this uncommon dynamic works — most of the time.

The new series features a look inside the business and all the happenings surrounding The Shed, following each family member and employee, who make up a colorful cast of personalities. It’s a real-life sitcom slathered in barbecue sauce! Watch a sneak-peek episode of The Shed on Sunday, August 4 at 10pm/9c and tune in for the premiere on Monday, August 5 at 10pm/9c.

It’s either marketing genius or marketing mayhem on Sunday night’s episode. After Mama Shed’s misfired marketing idea for The Shed leads to an unplanned ribs giveaway, Brad decides he can come up with a better marketing plan. Brooke, however, disagrees, and challenges Brad and Daddy-O to a marketing contest of guys versus girls. The girls struggle to create a Shed calendar (which literally puts office manager Hazel in a very sticky situation). The guys invent the one and only “pig-a-pult” to launch sandwiches into the sky. Not to be outdone, The Shed Pimps come up with their own marketing scheme, which conveniently for them involves a kissing booth that they promote on social media.

Tune in: Sunday, August 4 at 10pm/9c

More from The Shed:
Visit The Shed Main Page
Meet the Cast of The Shed
Sneak Peek Photos of The Shed

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Comments (7)

  1. Knightcraft says:

    Yet ANOTHER scripted "reality" show on Food Network. Dont you think it's time to change the name of the network by now?

  2. JTB says:

    Reality formula: surprise challenge — looming deadline — OMG we almost didn't make it! Had high hopes for this production company, but guess I was hoping for too much. Food Network has become HGTV.

  3. @Lark3028 says:

    This show was a joke!!! It will not be around long… So dumb. Don't waste your time.

  4. BGB says:

    Looks like FN has joined in on the "Redneck is hot" fad that other networks are into. Are you serious that you could drop a show that had a southern bent but was real and showed REAL cooking (you know who I'm talking about) for THIS? FOOD NETWORK please get back to some REAL cooking shows!!!

  5. James says:

    Food Network has forgotten why people tune in….for the smart food shows, not this STUPID mess. Shame on you FN for caring more about junk production projects than what got you going in the first place…FOOD.

  6. Kristi Peters says:

    I've never eaten there, but after I learned they closed the Mobile location without even telling all of the workers, I will NOT be watching that show.

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