The original “Good Eats,” which aired from 1999 to 2012 over 249 one-of-a-kind episodes, explored the world of food, from spices and cows, from chocolate to honey, through the quirky eyes of Brown himself. It featured bizarre skits, history lessons and all sorts of food-related trivia. The Cooking Channel still airs repeats and he revamped some of the old episodes last year in versions called “Good Eats Reloaded.”
For much of the show's run, Brown was one of only a handful of people shooting in metro Atlanta before the generous film and TV production tax credits really kicked in in 2008. He also used several local actors include Vickie Eng, Bart Hansard and Lucky Yates ("Archer").
A few days ago, Brown posted a teaser animated video to his 4.55 million Twitter followings using the original music.
"A little something we've been working on. #GoodEatsTheReturn," Brown wrote.
Brown over the years has been a go-to personality on the Food Network, manning shows such as “Iron Chef America” and “Cutthroat Kitchen.”