This Miami chef’s TV show might make Anthony Bourdain look “like a nun”

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When Miami chef Jeremiah Bullfrog cagily told us he was working on a new TV show months ago, of course, we pressed for clues. Food Network? TLC? Nah. The man behind gastroPOD had been there, done that. So now we know. The pioneering chef of all things hip, hipster, mobile and cool is debuting his very own TV series, Jeremiah Bullfrog Forks It! May 15 on Complex Networks, the male-focused youth media brand owned by Verizon and Hearst streaming service. The show, available on the network’s free ad supported streaming network go90, will follow him from Wynwood to all parts north, east, south and west and, according to Black Book magazine, “It just might make Anthony Bourdain look like a nun.” And that may be so.

“I am so f*%$ing stoked to share my epic culinary travels with y’all on Complex,” he told us. “We puttin’ these dope food spots on the map—you know how we do. Each new city and culture set it off with inspiration. I put my own spin on tasty local cuisines with the help of all the homies I met along the way. This show is the real deal flavor of America.”
Bullfrog is in major company at Complex, joining Peter Berg’s QB1: Beyond the Lights, which follows the country’s top high school quarterbacks during their senior-year season, and some, er, not so major company– Jersey Shore alums Snooki & JWOWW’s Moms With Attitude is also on there. We wish him the bigliest ratings ever.