Food Network is mixing comedy and cooking with its latest show Amy Schumer Learns to Cook. Comedian and actress Amy Schumer is bringing audiences inside her kitchen as she and her husband Chris Fischer prepare various dishes and cocktails. Fischer happens to be a professional chef, so while Amy might be making snide comments with cocktail in hand throughout each episode, there will still be some great tips to bring into your own kitchen.
With weekly episodes focused on meal ideas like 'breakfast time and late-night eats", "lunch break and pasta night", and "brunch and taco night", the series is sure to feature plenty of great eats and how-to tips. Our guide below will take you through everything you need to know if you want to stream the show as it airs live.
Amy Schumer Learns to Cook: When & where
Amy Schumer Learns to Cook premieres on Food Network on Monday, May 11 at 10 p.m. EST. New episodes will air on the following Mondays at the same time.
How to watch Amy Schumer Learns to Cook in the U.S.
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How to watch Amy Schumer Learns to Cook live from anywhere
If you're currently in the U.S., you shouldn't have much trouble accessing Sling TV or another streaming service to watch the show, and the trials offered for each makes it free to watch even if you're not currently a paying member. However, for those living anywhere else, watching Amy Schumer Learns to Cook will be a bit more difficult. Luckily, a VPN will help you access Sling no matter where you are so you can watch the show as it airs.
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