Unwrapped

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Unwrapped
Genre Cooking
Presented by Marc Summers
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 9
No. of episodes 308
Production
Executive producer(s) Jim Berger
Jennifer Darrow
Duke Hartman
Sonny Hutchison
Chris Wheeler
Producer(s) Tim McOsker
Location(s) Hershey, Pennsylvania
Orlando, Florida
Pueblo, Colorado
Cinematography Jeremy Osbern
Jeff Doser
Richard Gretzinger
Jeff Schirmer
John Cummings
Editor(s) Vicki Gratz
David Green
Richard Webster
Running time 30 minutes to 1 hour
Production company(s) High Noon Productions
Release
Original network Food Network
Original release June 1, 2001 (2001-06-01) – May 28, 2011 (2011-05-28)[1]
Chronology
Followed by Unwrapped 2.0
External links
Website

Unwrapped, also known as Unwrapped with Marc Summers is an American television program on Food Network that reveals the origins of sponsored foods. It first aired in June 2001 and is hosted by Marc Summers. The show leads viewers on tours of factories and other food-related locations. Popular subjects include candy, breakfast cereal, snacks, and TV dinners. The show's spin-off, Trivia Unwrapped, is a game show also hosted by Marc Summers. On February 2015, a revival series, Unwrapped 2.0, began airing; it's hosted by Alfonso Ribeiro.

Overview[edit]

The show tapes segments with Marc Summers at many different locations across the country. Some host segment locations are: The Notz Landing Diner located in Golden, Colorado at the Heritage Square Amusement Park; The Drugstore in Pueblo, Colorado; locations within Elitch Gardens Amusement Park in Denver; and a specially built set at the Comcast Media Center near Denver.

The show is produced by the Colorado production company High Noon Productions for Food Network. Since 2006, new episodes of Unwrapped have been presented in high definition on Food Network HD.

Volume 1 of the show has been released to a three-DVD set.[citation needed]

Marc Silverstein hosted several 1-hour Unwrapped specials (later remade with Summers).

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