This October, Selena Gomez is returning to the kitchen with jampacked ingredients of a cooking show episode in store for us!
For season three of her HBO Max series Selena + Chef, the 29-year-old actress and singer, will be whipping up some new recipes.
Although she is extremely busy, Selena Gomez's show was born during her time in quarantine and already has two seasons on the air. A brand new cast of all-star chefs will join Selena in season three to assist her in whipping up delectable cuisine for special gatherings and occasions. This will be the third season in which the focus is on a different charity each week. Selene + Chef has raised $360,000 for 23 non-profit organizations since its inception in 2011. What's the Deal With Selena and Chef? A lot more time has been spent cooking since Selena's family started isolating themselves socially. The jury is still out on whether she can cook, despite all of her other skills. To keep things fresh, a different celebrity chef will join Selena in the kitchen via video chat for each episode. Together, they'll take on a wide range of culinary challenges, share their knowledge and experience, and cope with everything from smoke ovens to missing items. As a result, each episode will focus on a different food-related charity. This light-hearted, amusing, and educational series will celebrate both cooking's difficulties and its rewards as it invites audiences to join in at home. While in quarantine, the multi-platinum-selling singing singer and actress also happens to be an actress, producer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist. The show follows her as she navigates new territory: cooking excellent meals while at home. New all-star chefs join Selena in the kitchen as she continues to experiment with new recipes and prepare delectable meals.
Selina Gomez's cooking show SELENA + CHEF, which she hosts on HBO Max, has been renewed for a third season by the cable network. As of October, Season 3 will be on television. A brand new cast of all-star chefs will join Selena in season three to assist her in whipping up delectable cuisine for special gatherings and occasions. A different charitable organization will be featured on every show like it did in the show's first two seasons. The series has so far raised $360,000 for 23 charitable organizations.
Melissa Stokes and Eli Holzman of Industrial Media's The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC) are also executive producers on behalf of The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC) and Leah Hariton for July Moon Productions.
Series finale aired on February 4, 2021, in the USA.