Everything You Need To Know About Adam Richman's New Show, Modern Marvels

Food expert Adam Richman is no stranger to the culinary world and has entertained his fans for several years, particularly through his popular Travel Channel show, Man v. Food. As reported by Page Sixthe chef is coming back with a new show titled Modern Marvels, a revival of a beloved History Channel series. What can you expect? A deep dive into popular food brands that we all know and love, such as Turkey Hill, Entenmann's, and Wise Snacks. The show promises to give its viewers a glimpse into a little behind-the-scenes action, helping them appreciate what makes mainstream snack products stand out in an intensely competitive market. 

Richman is very excited about his new show. "I think there's a great deal of the mass-produced food world that we take for granted," Richman told Page Six, before adding that even something as simple as a packet of chips requires plenty of work and a lot of coordination. 

By the way, Richman thinks that the show will really give viewers some perspective on the manufacturing process. He said, "You're never going to look at your snacks the same way again."

Modern Marvels promises fresh perspectives on your favorite snacks

As reported by Page Six, the show attempts to showcase popular unusual products such as Turkey Hill's "liquid chocolate chips." Fun fact: Adam Richman cannot wait for that particular episode to be aired. As Richman helpfully offered, "It will break your brain." Wow. 

The show is set for a February 21 release at 10 p.m. EST. As History's official website explains, this edition of Modern Marvels is bigger and better than its predecessor. As per the channel, Richman will be exploring food all over the U.S. and will include small business owners coupled with well-known companies as he tries to understand what goes into making some of the most promising food products. A description on the site reads, "He'll follow the journey of our nation's favorite and most nostalgic foods; from raw chocolate ingredients grown on artisanal Hawaiian cacao farms, to the fantastically gargantuan factories making billions of ice cream cones per year, to your favorite snack brands and fast food restaurants." Sounds exciting, doesn't it?