RENEWED SOPHOMORE SEASON SERIES:
Really Dough?, Season 2 - eight episodes, premieres 2019
(Prime Video, IGTV, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter)
Really Dough? debuted in summer 2018 with renowned pizza enthusiast Scott Wiener challenging the idea that pizza can be anything. Wiener traveled throughout the New York City area spotlighting crazy frankenstein pizzas and making a case for whether these new customizations can, in fact, still be considered a pizza. Wiener was joined by pizza purist Mark Iacono, the man behind Brooklyn’s famous Lucali, who declared each slice, “PIZZA!” or asked with disbelief, “Really, dough???”
Season 1’s six episodes, featuring everything from crazy gold-dusted pies to ramen pizza, were devoured by Thrillist’s YouTube and Prime Video audiences. Really Dough? was the first Thrillist series to debut on Prime Video, through the Prime Video Direct self-publishing service and thanks to its success, received placement on the celebrity and lifestyle carousel.
Hot off this success, Scott and Mark are returning for a second season -- expanding their search for crazy pizza in and around the NYC metro area. Scott will travel throughout the East Coast, finding the weirdest, most creative, and, of course, delicious pizzas. After trying each pie with its creator, he’ll travel back to Mark for the judgement: is the pizza really a pizza?
Eat Seeker - one episode per week
(YouTube, Facebook Watch, Prime Video, Twitter)
A series that gets to the meat of a restaurant’s story with each episode focusing on a single chef/owner. Through a behind-the-counter look at the cooking process and an interview about ingredients, community, and a few star menu items, Thrillist presents the innovative restaurants across the country that you need to know.
Fans across YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter have tuned-in weekly to help Eat Seeker reach more than 35M video views (and counting).