What Happen to Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution? (Is It Cancelled?)

(Last Updated On: May 16, 2011)

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I have been enjoying Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution so far this season. It has brought up the topics of pink slime and we got to see some unique burger concepts in his Revolution burgers. However it seems ABC has pulled the plug, at least temporarily on Jamie. I heard the show was going to be delayed a week for an extra hour of Dancing with the Stars. I saw the next episode appearing on my DVR schedule. So this past Tuesday evening I was ready to tune in and was looking at my DVR schedule and noticed Jamie was no longer on there. Disappointed, I run off to search online to find out why it wasn’t on. Apparently the ratings have not been good enough for ABC, so they are not showing another episode until June and that episode will air on a Friday night (the night shows go to die). This pretty guarantees there will be no season 3, at least on ABC. I would love to see Food Network pick up this show or create a similar concept. I am disappointed that more people aren’t interested in watching a show about seeing better food come to the schools and to their communities. Instead people would rather rot their brains watching a bunch of celebrities parade around the dance floor.

4 Replies to “What Happen to Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution? (Is It Cancelled?)”

  1. I agree. It’s incredibly annoying that no one cares enough, or really at all. I guess why would you care about feeding your children sh@# food when you eat it yourself. It’s amazing to me, people in this country disgust me. They would rather rally around the notion of a false birth certificate than look twice at what schools are pumping into children. Idiots. Let them eat grease.

  2. Annette Sullivan says:

    What a shame I think the time slot just was a bit unfortunate. I also think they would have more followers if people could learn what he is cooking and not have to aimlessly scratch around for the recipes

  3. As a teacher, I would like to see better food in schools, and children learning to eat better themselves. I loved this show and would like it to come back somewhere…

  4. I will like to know when the next episode will air. Keep us posted.

    So happy to see someone doing something about the obesity problem. Hats off to you, Jamie.

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