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Emeril Live
EmerilLiveLogo.jpg
Genrecooking/instruc.
Created byEmeril Lagasse
StarringEmeril Lagasse
Country of origin United States
Production
ProducerJoe Langhan[1]
Running time60 minutes
Release
Original networkFood Network (1997–2007)
Fine Living (2008–2010)
Original releaseOctober 6, 1997 (1997-10-06) –
December 14, 2010 (2010-12-14)
Chronology
Related showsEssence of Emeril
External links
Website

Emeril Live was a television program that aired on the Food Network from October 6, 1997 to December 11, 2007, and then on Fine Living (now The Cooking Channel) from July 7, 2008 to December 14, 2010. Hosted by Emeril Lagasse, Emeril Live featured many of the same elements as Emeril's other program, Essence of Emeril and often had a Creole theme. The program was taped in front of a live audience in New York City and featured music played by Doc Gibbs and the Emeril Live Band. In 2004, the program moved to Chelsea Market. Emeril Live began production in 1997, and won a CableACE Award for "Best Informational Show" later that year. The program featured a wide variety of cuisine from cajun to stir-fry and often featured well-known chefs as guests who cook alongside Emeril. Some of the celebrities that appeared on the program include Charlie Daniels, Patti LaBelle, Michael McDonald, Joe Perry, Sammy Hagar, Aretha Franklin, Patton Oswalt, and Jimmy Buffett.

Emeril sometimes let the audience taste the food that he prepares. He was known for his use of catchphrases, such as "Pork fat rules", "Kick it up a notch", "Oh, yeah babe", and "Bam!", which he used when adding seasoning to the food that he was preparing.[citation needed] On November 27, 2007, the Food Network revealed it would halt production on the program on December 11, 2007.[2] On May 20, 2008, the Fine Living network revealed that it would start airing Emeril Live, including never-before-seen episodes, beginning July 7, 2008.[3] The show ended on December 14, 2010.

Set design

When Emeril Live premiered on October 6, 1997, the show's first set consisted of a gray kitchen table, Viking Range appliances, windows, cooking items, and a black stage curtain, which can be seen behind the studio audience. This set lasted until May 12, 1999. The second Emeril Live set, which ran from September 12, 1999 to May 10, 2004. The set consisted of a brown kitchen table, Viking Range appliances, and the letter "E", which can be seen on the curtain behind the audience. From September 12, 1999 to May 10, 2002, the color of the curtain behind the audience was green, and from September 10, 2002 to May 8, 2004, the curtain was purple. The third and final Emeril Live set, which ran from September 9, 2004 until the show's ending on December 14, 2010, consisted of brand new Viking Range appliances, a brand new kitchen table, and picture frames made out of food. This set was changed when chef Lagasse moved to Chelsea Market, and there have been ongoing changes to the set ever since. Emeril Lagasse can make his entrance to the Emeril Live set, from the top of stairs in a spiral, to the bottom in the kitchen when each episode began. In one episode, Mario Batali enters the Emeril Live set. Beginning with the May 10, 2005 episode, Lagasse makes his entrance with his apron on, and goes straight to the kitchen.

Band artists

  • Dr. Strings and Professor Keys (1997)
  • C.F. Steaks & Bouillabaisse
  • C.F. Steaks & Bouillabaisse II
  • Jammin' Queen (Mindy)
  • Doc Gibbs and Cliff (1997-1999)
  • Doc Gibbs and the Emeril Live Band (1999-2010)

The Emeril Live Band

Notable guest appearances

Notable musical guest appearances

External links

References

  1. ^ "Fired by the Food Network: 'A Final Toast to Emeril Live' by Allen Salkin". DocumentaryBusiness.com. 17 October 2013.
  2. ^ Huff, Richard (2007-11-27). "Bam! Emeril Lagasse loses his TV show on Food Network". New York Daily News. Retrieved 2007-11-27.
  3. ^ Hinson, Jeff (2008-05-20). "'Emeril Live!' Premieres on Fine Living Network (FLN)". Emerils.com. Retrieved 2008-05-20.
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