The Roku Channel Serves Up Season 2 Orders for “Martha Cooks” and “Emeril Cooks”
“Emeril Cooks” season 2 will debut on Friday, February 17
“Martha Cooks” season 2 will debut on Monday, April 3
The series starring the culinary and lifestyle icons will stream exclusively on The Roku Channel. Today, Roku announced that after their initial successful debuts Roku Originals “Emeril Cooks,” starring Emeril Lagasse, and “Martha Cooks,” starring Martha Stewart, will return for all new seasons on The Roku Channel. The first seasons of both “Martha Cooks” and “Emeril Cooks” premiered in the fall of 2022 on The Roku Channel.
“Emeril Cooks” Season 2
The second season of “Emeril Cooks” brings viewers to Emeril’s beloved New Orleans to experience the unique blend of tradition and innovation that powers his cooking. This series is his love letter to the city. Experience New Orleans through its people and the food they love to eat!
The new season will feature 10 30-minute episodes. The series is produced by Marquee Brands for The Roku Channel.
“Martha Cooks” Season 2
The second season of “Martha Cooks” welcomes viewers into Martha’s farm kitchen and visits some of her favorite places to create some incredible cuisine, confections, and treats. Working with world-renowned chefs and dear friends, she will reveal techniques and how-to instructions like only Martha can.
In addition to all-new Roku Originals starring Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse, The Roku Channel offers viewers a wide variety of Martha and Emeril content to enjoy for free.
Audiences can stream complete seasons of iconic library content, including “Martha Bakes” Seasons 1-11, “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School” Seasons 1-5, “Martha Stewart Living” Seasons 1-11, “Essence of Emeril” Seasons 1-11 and “Emeril Live” Seasons 1-19.
The Roku Channel also has created dedicated linear channels with this programming, Martha Stewart Channel and Emeril Lagasse Channel, giving fans “always on” access to the best of Martha and Emeril.
Stream The Roku Channel for FREE on Roku devices, the Web, iOS and Android devices, Amazon Fire TV and select Samsung TVs. No subscription required.