Additional Episodes Begin on Saturday, August 15th at 10am
NEW YORK – July 24, 2020 – Food Network has ordered an additional 12 self-shot episodes of Ree Drummond’s daytime series The Pioneer Woman: Home Sweet Home. Production is underway on the episodes which are shot by Ree’s children and nephew at her Oklahoma ranch. The Pioneer Woman self-shot episodes first began airing in April and have ranked as the #1 cable program in their timeslot among P25-54, W25-54 and P25-34 Millennials. Complementary video content for the series on Food Network’s social media platforms also saw impressive engagement from fans, earning over 13 million video views and counting. The new episodes beginning on Saturday, August 15th at 10am, give viewers a look at life on the ranch during the pandemic and will showcase Ree’s new recipes, from easy to make meals, to comforting dishes, and to crowd-pleasing holiday celebrations.
“The Pioneer Woman: Home Sweet Home episodes provide an intimate look at Ree’s life on the ranch with unexpected, real-life interruptions we can all relate to whether from the occasional kitchen mishap to a cameo by a family pet,” said Courtney White, President, Food Network. “Viewers have devoured these episodes, enjoying the authentic moments with Ree in the kitchen with her family filming the episodes.”
Fans can head to FoodNetwork.com/PioneerWoman to stay up to date on the new The Pioneer Woman: Home Sweet Home episodes and recipes. Plus, follow along on social media using #ThePioneerWoman to check out behind-the-scenes clips of Ree and her family at home on the ranch.
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