In her new show, which was announced last year, Hart will travel around the country and same local cuisine wherever she goes. Luckily, one of the most important parts of My Drunk Kitchen‘s appeal — Hart’s tendency to drop food puns as often as possible — has successfully made the transition to TV.
In the lead-up to I Hart Food‘s arrival, Hart has given many interviews around the media world. In doing so, she has revealed the philosophy driving her new show. “For me, when I explore a city, I dictate the trip by the meals,” she told Food & Wine. “I like to see a place by literally looking up where we should eat and then after finishing that meal, thinking about the time we’ll spend between now and the next meal. The goal is always the next meal.”
Hart has managed to parlay her digital fame into a number of prominent projects and position. She has authored multiple books, has built a film career that includes a first-look deal with Lionsgate, and recently earned a spot on GLAAD’s Nation Board of Directors. Meanwhile, she continues to post regular videos to her YouTube channel, which has more than 2.5 million subscribers.
I Hart Food‘s first season will consist of six episodes. New ones will air on Mondays at 10 PM EST.