Chrissy Teigen is coming to a television screen near you.
On Monday (Nov. 6), Hulu announced that Teigen will star in the new unscripted show Chrissy and Dave Dine Out, in which she and co-stars David Chang and Joel Kim Booster will hit up restaurants in Los Angeles for a series of foodie endeavors and engaging conversations.
According to a press release, the trio “will take viewers to must-try restaurants in Los Angeles that are unexpected and, at times, off the beaten path. While David gets his hands dirty in the back of house with the restaurant’s chef, Chrissy and Joel will hold court in the front of house, hosting an always loose, unexpected and entertaining dinner party with undeniably delicious food and great conversation.”
Teigen, Chang and Booster will handpick celebrity guests to feature in the show’s conversation segments, with the first episode taking the trio to Pizzeria Bianco. Jimmy Kimmel will appear on the premiere alongside his wife, writer Molly McNearney. John Legend, Teigen’s husband, will also guest star in addition to appearances from Kumail Nanjiani, Regina Hall, Simu Liu and other celebrities.
Teigen previously starred in Chrissy’s Court for a total of 30 episodes, with the series running from 2020 to 2022. She also doubles as an executive producer Chrissy and Dave Dine Out. Chang is a restaurateur and author who founded the Momofuku restaurant group. Booster is an actor and writer who wrote, produced and starred in Hulu’s 2022 rom-com Fire Island.
Chrissy and Dave Dine Out will premiere on Hulu on Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. ET. See the first teaser for the series in the video below.