ABC has ordered a second season of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, which will premiere later this season. In the upcoming episodes, Chef Jamie Oliver will “bring the revolution” to Los Angeles, CA. The series, which recently won an Emmy for Outstanding Reality Program, will run for six episodes.
The series is loosely based on Oliver’s U.K. series, Jamie’s Ministry of Food and Jamie’s School Dinners, which changed what British schoolchildren are fed at school. During its first season run on ABC from March to May, the show won its Friday at 9 time period and was No. 1 among all key demographics. The first six episodes were set in Huntington, West Virginia.
The series is produced by Fresh One Productions and Ryan Seacrest Productions.