Food Network Promises A Pumpkin Full of Programming Treats This Halloween Season

Food Network’s Halloween programming seems to continue to grow every year and 2020 is not exception. The network for all things sweet and stylish will offer a candy basket full of series, including the return of Halloween Wars and the Halloween Baking Championship.

Halloween Wars kicks off the festivities on Sunday, Sept. 13 at 9 pm ET with host Jonathan Bennett back to “supervise” teams of cake artists, sugar masters and pumpkin carvers as they feverishly compete to create ghostly (and tasty) scenes based on a variety of horror and Halloween themes. Halloween Wars Legends precedes the new season of Halloween Wars at 8:00 pm ET for two special episodes featuring former contestants battling it out once again.

Halloween Baking Championship returns on Monday, Sept. 14 at 9 pm ET with Carla Hall, Zac Young, and Stephanie Boswell judging some of the top bakers in the country as the concoct some of the the most refined and elaborate desserts for the Halloween competition. Hall, Young, and Boswell will most certainly be part of the pageantry, sporting creative new costumes each week.

Alyson Hannigan knows a thing or two about scares, and she brings her experience as Buffy the Vampire’s Willow to Outrageous Pumpkins on Sunday, Sept. 13 at 10 pm ET. The expert pumpkin carvers contest runs for four episodes and brings new Halloween designs to life.

Worst Cooks in America: Halloween Redemption brings back some recruits that didn’t quite make it the first time on Sunday, Oct. 11 at 10 pm ET. Chefs Anne Burrell and Carla Hall host the one-shot special.

Last but not least, Freakshow Cakes: Double premieres on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 10 pm ET and co-hosts Vivian Chan and Zac Young put the bakers through their paces in this special event.

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