Food Network orders more Eat St. and World’s Weirdest Restaurants

Paperny Entertainment will start production on the latest series cycles, with a 2013 airdate on the specialty channel.

Paperny Entertainment has got the greenlight from Food Network Canada for a second season of World’s Weirdest Restaurants and a fourth cycle of Eat St.

The specialty channel ordered another 14 half-hours of World’s Weirdest Restaurants, hosted by Bob Blumer (pictured), and 26 half hours of Eat St., which is anchored by James Cunningham.

Both new seasons will be produced starting this summer, with a 2013 airdate on Food Network Canada.

“Paperny Entertainment is proud to have created two programs that have whetted their audiences’ appetite for audacious, out-there dining,” David Paperny, president of Paperny Entertainment, said in a statement.