SBS has just announced that they are cancelling their Food Network content as their three-year deal with US based Scripps Network and SBS Food Network has unfortunately come to an end.
Sadly, this includes Aussie favourites such as Rachel Ray's 30 Minute Meals, Chopped and Giada At Home.
SBS director of TV and online content, Marshall Heald said that the network will be swapping out some US content in order to feature more "famous Australian and global food personalities."
This means that lovable Aussie cooks such as Luke Nguyen and Poh Ling Yeow and Maeve O’Meara will join the network!
"We’re also excited to continue to discover and nurture home-grown talent and develop new programs following the success we’ve had introducing fresh new local faces to Australian audiences over the last 12 months," Heald said in a statement.
Despite these seemingly drastic changes, the good new is that world renowned cooks such as Nigella Lawson, Kylie Kwong and Jamie Oliver will be featuring on the channel as well as new series that focus on educating audiences about different cultures and foods.