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Nickelodeon Serves Up ‘The Tiny Chef Show’ S2 Trailer

The Emmy Award-winning preschool series cooks up new episodes with Chef embarking on herbivorous adventures with a lineup of celebrity guests and his enthusiastic robot buddy, Ruby; coming April 8.

Nickelodeon has shared a Season 2 trailer for The Tiny Chef Show and announced the roll out of two new episodes beginning April 8. The Emmy Award-winning preschool series steps into Chef’s kitchen as he prepares tea for the Queen Bee, tries his hand at magic, and faces his ultimate fear of chopping onions.

Season 2 follows Chef as he embarks on all-new herbivorous adventures and cooks up a fresh assortment of plant-based recipes and bite-sized meals in his tree-stump home. He also welcomes a lineup of celebrity and influencer guest stars, including Ceci Balagot; Cooper Barnes; Lance Bass; Ryan Blaney; Victory Brinker; Liam Charles; Jordan Chiles; Auli'i Cravalho; Tricia Fukuhara; Duff Goldman; Rob Gronkowski; Carla Hall; Tony Hawk; Matt Hutchinson; George Johnston IV; Aneeshwar Kunchala; The Miz; Like Nastya; Wolfgang Schaeffer; Sean Sotaridona (Sean Does Magic); Danny Trejo; Ming Tsai; Tariq Logan; and Aisha Tyler. Nicole Byer, Bob the Drag Queen, and Amy Sedaris also join Alan Cumming as the announcers. Previously announced guest stars include Kristen Bell, Mayim Bialik, Santa J. Claus, Young Dylan, Kira Kosarin, April Moore (AprilAthena7), and Jackie Tohn.

The new episodes kick off with “Donuts/Rainbow Salad,” premiering Monday, April 8, at 11:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon and 4:30 p.m. (ET/PT) on the Nick Jr. channel. The episode features Chiles and Kunchala as Chef attempts to bake Olly’s favorite donuts for her surprise birthday breakfast without waking her up. Then, Chef and Olly have their hands full, babysitting twelve ladybug babies, trying to make them all a snack at the same time. The Tiny Chef Show airs regularly Monday through Thursday at 11:30 a.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon in the U.S., and Season 2 is set to debut on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr. channels internationally. 

Season 1, now streaming on Paramount+, follows Chef as he conquers new challenges and whips up delectable veggie-forward dishes in his very tiny kitchen with the help of his famous friends and fellow tiny pals--Olly, Chef’s enthusiastic robot buddy; Ruby, Chef's fuzzy caterpillar pet; Henry, a loyal snail; and the Stump Band, the show’s house musical group.

The first season featured RuPaul as the announcer, alongside a celebrity guest lineup, including Bell; Sky & Ocean Brown; Tabitha Brown; Josh Dela Cruz; Josh Gad; Liza Koshy; RZA; That Girl Lay Lay; and Keith L. Williams.

The show is produced in association with Imagine Television and Nickelodeon Animation. It is executive produced by Imagine Entertainment executive chairmen Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, Stephanie Sperber, and Dunshire Productions. Creators Rachel Larsen, cinematographer Ozlem Akturk, and Adam Reid also serve as executive producers alongside Leah Gotcsik. Michael Kaufman serves as co-executive producer. Jen Pace and Kate Crownover serve as Nickelodeon’s executives in charge of production for the series.

Source: Nickelodeon

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Debbie Diamond Sarto is news editor at Animation World Network.