Hollywood Reporter to Launch 'Where Hollywood Eats' Series With ReachMe TV
The 10-episode season is a rebrand of THR Eats, a video series that explores the town's buzziest culinary hotspots.
The Hollywood Reporter is relaunching its THR Eats series as Where Hollywood Eats, a new video venture co-produced by ReachMe TV.
The 10-episode season will explore the buzziest culinary hotspots in Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans and Atlanta. Beginning March 2018, the series will play on ReachMe TV screens across airports, retail stores and hotels.
"Hollywood Reporter's culinary coverage has become a favorite for our readers, so we're thrilled that ReachMe TV is bringing this unique perspective on dining and nightlife to millions of viewers," said THR's editorial director Matthew Belloni.
Season two of the rebranded Where Hollywood Eats will include four episodes shot at Chef Fuyuhiko Ito's Umi and Chef Ford Fry's Marcel in Atlanta, as well as Chef Steve Samson's Rossoblu in Los Angeles.
In addition to Where Hollywood Eats, ReachMe TV will continue to carry programming from The Hollywood Reporter-Billboard Media Group across their vast network, including Billboard News, The Hollywood Reporter News, Fishing For Answers, You Should Know, and In Studio with The Hollywood Reporter.
The ReachMe TV channel can be seen in 85 airports in the United States and Canada, and is featured in over 800,000 hotel rooms across the United States, giving the 24/7, multi-channel, digital entertainment network a reach of over 1.6 billion travelers annually.
"We have millions of travelers who watch our ReachMe TV network in airports and hotels throughout the country and we are committed to bringing them the best and most engaging content on the market," co-founder/CEO Lynnwood Bibbens and co-founder/CCO Ron Bloom said in a joint statement. "Being able to partner with iconic brands such as The Hollywood Reporter and Billboard Media Group ensures that those spending their days and nights waiting for their next flight will be furnished fun and engaging entertainment from two of the best media companies in the world."