There’s more cooking in Selena Gomez’s future…
HBO Max has ordered a second season of the 28-year-old Mexican American singer/actress’ quarantine cooking show Selena + Chef for a second season.
With the sophomore season now on order, Gomez can look forward to whipping up even more delicious and challenging dishes in the comfort of her home.
“Learning from some of the best chefs in the world has vastly improved my cooking skills but I have a lot more to learn. I am looking forward to challenging myself in the kitchen on the next season,” Gomez said.
The unscripted quarantine cooking show features the “Lose You To Love Me” singer preparing a wide variety of dishes, while a slew of expert chefs virtually guide her through each and every step.
Selena + Chef, which premiered on HBO Max earlier in August, featured Gomez teaming up with culinary masters including Antonia Lofaso, Ludo Lefebvre, Roy Choi and Tanya Holland. In each episode, guest chefs highlight a charity of their choosing.
Season two of Selena + Chef not only brings the show a new set of recipes ranging in difficulty, but also a new slate of culinary experts and charities to be highlighted.
During HBO’s leg of the virtual CTAM tour, Gomez and Selena + Chef producer Aaron Saidman revealed that the first season of 10-episode series was filmed remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The filming process entailed crew rigging cameras inside Gomez’s kitchen and living room and controlling the machines from outside.
Gomez, who just released her highly anticipated collaboration with Blackpink, “Ice Cream,” shared that participating in the show and rediscovering a passion for food and cooking has helped her get out of her quarantine rut.
“[The show] was an opportunity to make something that could make people smile,” she said at CTAM.
Selena + Chef is executive produced by Gomez via her July Moon Productions.