Watch Food Network

Watch Food Network


Watch Food Network wherever and whenever you want with on-the-go access to full episodes and video extras from your favorite shows, like Chopped, Iron Chef America, Restaurant: Impossible, The Pioneer Woman, Diners Drive-Ins and Dives and more. A variety of new clips, full TV episodes and original FoodNetwork.com content is added daily!


A select amount of content is available without logging in. To access all content on phones and tablets, you must login with your television service provider credentials from AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH (new!), Midcontinent Communications (new!), Optimum, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FIOS (we are working to add more providers).

With Watch Food Network, you can:

- WATCH THE LATEST FULL EPISODES for free by logging in with the username and password provided by your television service provider.

- WATCH A VARIETY OF CLIPS from your favorite shows and chefs for free…no login required.

- CREATE A CUSTOMIZED WATCHLIST of your favorite shows and chefs. Simply subscribe to any show or chef, and your Watchlist is updated automatically whenever new content becomes available.

- CONTINUE WATCHING videos from where you previously stopped.

- Access the up-to-date, FULL FOOD NETWORK TV SCHEDULE.

- SHARE TO TWITTER OR FACEBOOK without leaving the Watch Food Network app.

- Closed Captioning.

ANDROID TV USERS: Watch a large selection of the newest Food Network full episodes on the Nexus Player. Sign into your account from participating TV service providers for full access. Providers are Cox, DirecTV, DISH, Optimum and Verizon FiOS with more on the way soon for Android TV.


This app does not contain recipes. For recipes and more check out Food Network In the Kitchen in Google Play, or visit FoodNetwork.com.


Watch Food Network can only be used in the United States.

Recent changes:
Android TV users can now watch a large selection of the newest Food Network full episodes on the Nexus Player. Sign into your account from participating TV service providers for full access. Providers are Cox, DirecTV, DISH, Optimum and Verizon FiOS with more on the way soon for Android TV.
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About Watch Food Network
Watch Food Network wherever and whenever you want with on-the-go access to full episodes and video extras from your favorite shows, like Chopped, Iron Chef America, Restaurant: Impossible, The Pioneer Woman, Diners Drive-Ins and Dives and more. A variety of new clips, full TV episodes and original FoodNetwork.com content is added daily!


A select amount of content is available without logging in. To access all content on phones and tablets, you must login with your television service provider credentials from AT&T U-verse, Bright House Networks, Comcast XFINITY, Cox, DIRECTV, DISH (new!), Midcontinent Communications (new!), Optimum, Time Warner Cable and Verizon FIOS (we are working to add more providers).

With Watch Food Network, you can:

- WATCH THE LATEST FULL EPISODES for free by logging in with the username and password provided by your television service provider.

- WATCH A VARIETY OF CLIPS from your favorite shows and chefs for free…no login required.

- CREATE A CUSTOMIZED WATCHLIST of your favorite shows and chefs. Simply subscribe to any show or chef, and your Watchlist is updated automatically whenever new content becomes available.

- CONTINUE WATCHING videos from where you previously stopped.

- Access the up-to-date, FULL FOOD NETWORK TV SCHEDULE.

- SHARE TO TWITTER OR FACEBOOK without leaving the Watch Food Network app.

- Closed Captioning.

ANDROID TV USERS: Watch a large selection of the newest Food Network full episodes on the Nexus Player. Sign into your account from participating TV service providers for full access. Providers are Cox, DirecTV, DISH, Optimum and Verizon FiOS with more on the way soon for Android TV.


This app does not contain recipes. For recipes and more check out Food Network In the Kitchen in Google Play, or visit FoodNetwork.com.


Watch Food Network can only be used in the United States.

Recent changes:
Android TV users can now watch a large selection of the newest Food Network full episodes on the Nexus Player. Sign into your account from participating TV service providers for full access. Providers are Cox, DirecTV, DISH, Optimum and Verizon FiOS with more on the way soon for Android TV.

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A Google User
May 8, 2015
Misrepresented App Not only is the app only for viewing shows not an app for the Food Network website, but you also can ONLY access the content of the app by subscribing to a cable network provider. (Many people don't have cable but still view shows online and enjoy using the information on the website.)
A Google User
May 7, 2015
It's ok... -1st star for not enough episodes, - 2nd star for all the buffering. .pauses almost every other minute :/
A Google User
May 3, 2015
No sound!!!
A Google User
May 1, 2015
Disappointed I used to like this app because I was able to catch up on any missed episode of my favorite shows that were featured on the network but recently every time I try to watch an episode, the whole application would crash at some point during the video playback.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2015
very buggy and choppy If you do not like cooking competition shows then don't bother downloading it. All the new shows are buggy and takes forever to load, while the older shows are super pixelated. Food network is better off just coming out with an app that shows all the older shows from the past. Sounds easier to put together than this buggy app.
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