In Haylie's America, Haylie Duff is taking her fresh approach to comfort food and hitting the road, exploring trending new hot spots, old-school mainstays and everything tasty in between. From a hearty, Texas-sized homecoming dripping in gourmet queso, to an indulgent "cheat day" in California, to a deep-sea oyster excursion in New Orleans, it's a true "day in the life" experience alongside Haylie and her best friends and family, as she uses her entertaining sense of food adventure to navigate her very own cross-country culinary road map.
Status: To Be Determined
Runtime: 30 minutes
Haylie's America - Cooking Channel - Netflix
Cooking Channel is an American cable channel owned by Discovery, Inc. The channel is a spin-off of Food Network, broadcasting programming related to food and cooking. As of February 2015, Cooking Channel is available to approximately 61,951,000 pay television households (53.2% of households with television) in the United States.
Haylie's America - As Fine Living - Netflix
The channel was announced by Scripps in 2001 and launched the following year as Fine Living (later Fine Living Network, FLN). The brand was positioned towards high-income viewers “who want guidance in helping spend their free time”, and featured a mix of lifestyle- and leisure-themed programming dealing with topics such as travel and adventure, finance, real estate, “everyday pursuits”, and technology. Scripps positioned Fine Living as a multi-platform brand, having launched a companion website, and purchasing a 49% stake in a free-circulation magazine that would be co-branded with the channel. Scripps planned to invest $100 million in original programming for Fine Living. In 2007, Fine Living acquired primetime encores of the syndicated series The Martha Stewart Show. The network later added Whatever, Martha!, a series featuring her daughter Alexis Stewart and Jennifer Hutt comedically riffing over footage from Martha Stewart Living.
Haylie's America - References - Netflix