Esquire Network has announced the third seasons for two series, Knife Fight and Brew Dogs, to air in 2015.
“Both Knife Fight and Brew Dogs increased their audiences in their second seasons by tapping into topics we know our viewers are passionate about – food, drink and travel – in a fresh and distinctive way," said Head of Original Programming for Esquire Network, Matt Hanna in a release.
The third season of Knife Fight, a show about an underground culinary competition, will air in The Gorbals Brooklyn and take on a different tournament style.
Well-known chefs Kris Morningstar and Naomi Pomeroy will judge in the new 16 episode season, hosted by Chef Ilan Hall and produced by Authentic Entertainment and Flower Films.
Brew Dogs is hosted by Scottish craft-beer enthusiasts James Watt and Martin Dickie, as they travel outside of the U.S. for the first time in the series. In the 10 episode show, they set out to discover everything there is to know about artisanal beers.
They will also be joined by Jay and Sean from Best Bars in America for a cross-over episode in Lousiville, KY. The series is produced by Custom-Redtail Media.