The Martha Stewart Show
Filmed in New York City with a live studio audience, “The Martha Stewart Show” informs and inspires viewers on subjects from cooking and entertaining to crafting and gardening. Host Martha Stewart chats with experts from all walks of life in this interactive format that celebrates Martha's sense of fun and love of teaching.
Emeril invites viewers to join a group of five special diners at the chef’s table for an intimate shared experience that includes a cooking lesson and recipes geared toward their interests. Whether they are newlyweds, moms-to-be, fire fighters or vegetarians, the guests and viewers at home will benefit from breaking bread with the renowned chef each day.
Mad Hungry with Lucinda Scala Quinn
Lucinda Scala Quinn is Executive Food Editor at Martha Stewart Living Omnivision, host of the radio show “EatDrink” on Sirius XM and author of popular cookbooks including her most recent title, Mad Hungry: Feeding Men & Boys. Lucinda's goal is to bring family back to the dinner table and will reveal her tips on how she has conquered the challenge of whetting the appetite of her husband and three sons.
This show fulfills Martha's Stewart's long-time dream of creating a visual teaching course that features the best of the best in home baking. Based on her many years of experimenting, teaching and research, this Baking 101 destination delivers a thoughtfully edited collection of Martha's personal favorites, from savories to sweets.
Petkeeping with Marc Morrone
A modern-day Dr. Doolittle, Marc Morrone really knows how to talk to the animals — and about them, too. He is Martha Stewart’s go-to guy in the world of four-legged and winged beasts, from dogs to cats, rabbits to ferrets, parrots to canaries, and he is bringing his wisdom to Hallmark Channel for a great season of Petkeeping with Marc Morrone.