OSN launches brand-new food channel OSN Mezze

Broadcasting popular food television shows 24 hours a day

OSN launches brand-new food channel OSN Mezze

Been missing out on your favourite shows all about food? Worry not, as OSN has officially launched its 24-hour food channel.

The region’s entertainment network has introduced a brand-new channel OSN Mezze to celebrate OSN Livings’ second anniversary, and it boasts everything from Hell's Kitchen to MasterChef Junior USA.

The new specialty channel will show popular food programmes around the world, including series from Gordon Ramsay, Jamie Oliver, Martha Stewart and May Yacoubi.

Now available to watch, foodies can catch up on MasterChef Junior USA, hosted by the one and only Gordon Ramsay, along with the brand-new season of Hell’s Kitchen.

It will also feature popular Australian cooking show My Kitchen Rules Australia, a cooking competition hosted by celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Feidel, along with new episodes from Jamie Oliver’s Super Food Family Classics and season ten of Martha Bakes.

OSN Mezze will also showcase Arabic cooking shows, including May’s Kitchen on weekday mornings, a show dedicated to all things health called Sunday Health Spree, along with Tuesday Treats for those with a sweet tooth.

“Our viewers love watching content about food and so we wanted to give them a new dedicated channel for all things food related,” said chief content officer at OSN Emad Morcos.

“We look forward to adding further excellent content to the channel in line with our viewer’s interests. We invite everyone to tune in to the new channel and relax in front of all the new shows available.”

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