Does your TV-viewing schedule read like the description of an exclusive four-star restaurant, with shows like Top Chef, No Reservations, and Kitchen Nightmares tempting you to watch at all hours of the day and night? If so, you’re among millions of Americans who’ve become addicted to foodie TV. But what makes these shows so compelling? And how have they changed our restaurant landscape and our relationship to food? To answer these questions, Food Network host Marc Summers and recurring Diners, Drive-ins and Dives guest Mike Giunta explore what life is like on inside the world of food TV – from predictions on the next craze, to how a surprise invitation from Guy Fieri can change your life, and how show producers decide whether to serve you meat-and-potatoes fare or brain candy. And don’t miss The Good News segment, when Forbes and Charlie get the latest on migraine research and treatment from an acclaimed NYC migraine specialist.