Latin America hungry for Surfing the Menu: Next Generation

Latin America hungry for Surfing the Menu: Next Generation

 

Discovery Latin America is riding the latest wave of fresh talent in Surfing the Menu: Next Generation (13 x 25’ HD), recently snapping up the program for its audiences. Also scooped up were 72 Dangerous Animals, 72 Dangerous Places to Live, and The Flying Winemaker.

In the new chapter of the globally successful Surfing the Menu story, fun-loving friends Dan Churchill and Hayden Quinn head off on a gourmet surfing adventure around Australia. They meet producers of wonderful food, and turn fresh ingredients into delicious meals. The latest series is produced by NoMa Films and delivers stunning scenery, great food and stand-out new talent.

Hortensia Quadreny, Director of Sourcing & Acquisitions for Discovery Home & Health, TLC and ID for Latin America / US Hispanic said, “Stars Dan and Hayden embody the relaxed approach to travel and food in Surfing the Menu: Next Generation. Accessible and aspirational, this series reflects the appetite for an active lifestyle and wholesome, clean eating”.

Surfing the Menu strikes a chord with anyone who loves healthy food, amazing locations and beach culture. The sale of the latest series to Discovery Latin America embraces the next generation of emerging talent. Dan and Hayden bring a refreshing energy and passion to their adventures in Surfing the Menu: Next Generation. We’re delighted to introduce the latest series at MIPTV. ” said Tony Iffland, General Manager, Content Sales for ABC Commercial.

ABC Commercial recently launched the new series at MIPTV. Stars, Dan Churchill and Hayden Quinn attended Cannes at the Palais des Festivals and attended a Taste of Australia breakfast presentation event hosted by ABC Commercial which took place on Wednesday 6 April.

Surfing the Menu: Next Generation is distributed internationally by ABC Commercial.

Surfing the Menu: Next Generation