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Guy's Grocery Games: Supermarket Masters Tournament

Guy's Grocery Games: Supermarket Masters Tournament

  • Premiered: 
    March 12, 2017
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  • Network: Food Network
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Game Show & Contest
  • Type: Live Action
  • Concept: 
    Masters tournament of Guy's Grocery Games 
  • Subject Matter: Talent
  • Tags: food, cooking

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Plot Synopsis

Hosted by Guy Fieri, GUY'S GROCERY GAMES: SUPERMARKET MASTERS TOURNAMENT is a five-part tournament that features 16 of the best Triple G winners, as the group of experienced Triple G veterans will be tested in new challenges with the most-unforgettable twists Flavortown Market has ever seen. Troy Johnson, Marc Murphy, and Aarti Sequeira will decide which chefs will check out, and who will advance to the finale. The winners of the four preliminary rounds earn $10,000, and face-off for a shot at a shopping spree worth $25,000. In the season opener, four amazing Triple G winners kick things off by making an upscale dinner that turns into an uphill battle when they discover the ingredients have to start with the same letter. Next, making a tricked-out pizza turns even trickier when Guy gives them a $12 budget. Then, the final two chefs have to serve up Asian takeout that includes high-priced and low-priced items chosen by a wheel of chance.
On Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 8pm ET/PT, Food Network premiered the finale of GUY'S GROCERY GAMES: SUPERMARKET MASTERS TOURNAMENT. The final four Supermarket Masters are ready to compete for the title of champion and the biggest shopping spree ever, worth up to $25,000. First, it's a dinner rush as the chefs get only 20 minutes to shop, cook and plate an Italian dish. Next, the chefs let a roll of the dice determine the components of their grilled seafood dinner. In the final round, the chefs have to shop for their ingredients for a "winner winner chicken dinner" using only a roasting pan, but that isn't even the biggest twist!