Rachel Ray is taking over the world through our televisions
Whether you love her or hate her, Rachel Ray is one hard working lady.
I, personally, think she is great! Anyone who can teach me to reheat canned food in a way that will make my friends and family think I actually cooked it is top notch to me!
Rachel has just re-signed with the Food Network to keep doing "30 Minute Meals," and Ray-Ray will also be doing a new prime time show called "Rachel's Vacation."
LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Rachael Ray has signed a new two-year deal with Food Network. Under the pact, she will host a new primetime series, "Rachael's Vacation."
She also will continue doing "30 Minute Meals," but will shoot 60 episodes a year, down from the current 80.
"Rachel's Vacation," which will premiere January 12, chronicles Ray's foreign sorties, during which she explores foods and lifestyles, visiting everything from street festivals to farmers' markets to shoe shops.
Ray, who got her start with "30 Minute Meals" in 2001, also landed a two-year renewal for her daytime syndicated talk show this year.
With the new deal at Food Network, Ray has emerged as the cable network's biggest star, following the network's recent cancellation of Emeril Lagasse's long-running series "Emeril Live." Lagasse remains under a development deal at the network and is hosting "The Essence of Emeril."