The Iron Chef franchise has become a big seller, selling over $1.7 billion in merchandise over the past two years.
But with the new season starting next month, a new set of questions are popping up.
Will the show cost more than a normal season?
How much does it cost?
Will it be available to everyone?
What happens to the cast?
We’re taking a look at some of the questions that have arisen and where the future of the Iron Chef series is headed.
The answers are from our panel of panelists, including the executive producers of the series and Iron Chef veteran Tony Visconti.
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The first question we hear is whether the show will be a season-long affair.
The Iron Cooks franchise has sold over $3.6 billion worth of merchandise since 2009, according to data from The Nielsen Company.
The showrunners are expected to announce a season schedule in the coming weeks.
What happens with the cast, though?
Iron Chef’s casting for the first season of the show was announced in January, with the network announcing that the first two episodes of the new series will feature only “main cast members.”
The network has yet to announce an exact number for the remaining three episodes, but The Hollywood Reporter has learned that they’ll be at least five episodes.
So how will we know who is on the show?
The show will debut on ABC on April 25, with a new episode every Monday.
The new episode will feature an opening and closing montage, the opening credits and credits, and the announcement of the winners of each season’s chef competitions.
It’s unclear if the showrunners will use the footage for promotional materials, as they did in the past, or if they’ll just take it upon themselves to showcase the show’s characters and stories in a way that will appeal to an audience.
What do the contestants do?
Iron Chef’s contestants will have to prepare and cook their own meals, and they’ll have to eat in front of a live audience of their fellow contestants.
The chefs are expected a minimum of six hours per day, but will be free to work in the kitchen.
Will they be all white?
Iron Chef is a predominantly white-dominated franchise, with nearly one-third of its cast of seven people, including chef judges, also being white.
But in 2017, it has diversified its cast members to include women and ethnic minorities.
What does that mean?
The showrunners haven’t said if any of the contestants will be black or Hispanic, or whether they’ll play people who are.
(The only person of color on the new Iron Chef cast is a white woman named Karyn Harkness, who will be the showrunner’s executive chef.
Harknesses is also the co-executive producer of the rebooted series The Taste.)
Will there be a chef in each episode?
Iron Chefs is not the first franchise to try to adapt a traditional cooking format, but it’s the first time it’s done so with a white person in charge of the food.
The original series, which aired in 2003, was written by Anthony Bourdain, who’s the founder of the now-defunct Culinary Institute of America, and was produced by Paul Scheer and Jason Katims.
What’s going on with the contestants?
The new Iron Chef is also known as a cooking competition, with four categories of cooking.
The four categories are: sauteed vegetables, braised meats, chicken and fish, and fish and chips.
The cooking categories have been a staple of the franchise since the first series, and are still present on the Iron Cook Awards.
Each week, the first three contestants will each cook a different dish from a particular category.
This will serve as a preview of what’s to come in the first episode.
The Iron Cheesemasters contestants will cook four dishes for the judges each week, as well as four more dishes for their team.
What do the judges expect to see?
The judging for the Iron Cheevers is based on four categories: tenderness, taste, appearance and appearance.
Each category is graded based on the amount of fat in a dish, the amount and variety of sauces, and whether the dish is moist or dry.
Each of the four categories will be graded by a panel of judges.
This is usually a mix of chefs, as each season features an executive chef and two judges.
In addition to the four judging categories, each episode of the upcoming season will feature one celebrity chef and one celebrity judge.
The judges will be judged on three different criteria: appearance, taste and appearance, which are all considered to be the most important elements in a meal.
Will there have to be a time limit?
The Iron Cheers cooks will not be required to cook a single meal every day, and a chef will be able to make up to three meals per day