The Food Network is bringing back “Wilco Farms” for a special edition of the popular Food Network TV show, airing in January.
The show’s writers and stars will reprise their roles as a family and a farmer who are on a mission to buy a farm from the show’s stars and their family.
“WILCO FARM” stars Jada Pinkett Smith as Joanna and Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Dara, while new host Liza Minnelli will host the show alongside Wilco producers Mark Danczak and Ryan Meara.
The two stars of the show will be joined by other foodies, including chef Daniella Lopez and restaurateur and host of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” Michele Fazio.
The new series, which is filmed in Los Angeles, will premiere Jan. 22 at 10 p.m.
ET/PT on the Food Network.
The new show, which follows the Wilco family and their farm, is produced by Wilco Productions.
The series will also feature appearances by WilCo producers Liza Mollenkopf and Brian Kelly, along with Food Network stars Liza and David Muir, who also starred in “Wilsco Farms.”
The show stars Wilco producer John Williams, who wrote the show, as a former child of the farm who’s determined to buy it, even though the family is in the process of selling it.
“The Wilco Farm” stars Wilcoat and Dara Wilco, along as Jo and Joanna Wilco.
They are joined by their family and the WilCo family’s children.
The show also features the Wilcox family, who owns the farm.
The Wilco farm is located in the southern part of California, which makes it the perfect spot for the show.
Wilco Farms is a family farm in New York state that produces high-quality organic and sustainably raised meat.
It is located about 20 miles (32 kilometers) south of Manhattan.