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Knife Fight is a cooking reality show. It is different than the typical cooking shows in that it is set underground. The show is a competition between two cooks. The setting is after hours at The Gorbals in downtown Los Angeles. The setting is very intense. There are celebrities, foodies and restaurant critics. They are there to intimidate the cooks by yelling and heckling the cooks.

The two cooks are given three ingredients to cook with. The chefs must use these ingredients and cook as many dishes as they want in an hour. After the hour, the chefs them present there dishes to the judges. one will be name the winner and bragging rights and one will be the loser. Each cook will be presented with a cleaver; the winner's says "I Won" and the loser's says "I Almost Won."

If by chance the judges can't agree, a Sudden Death will take place. This show is a refreshing reality show.

Knife Fight is a series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (71 episodes). The series first aired on September 24, 2013.

Where do I stream Knife Fight online? Knife Fight is available for streaming on Esquire Network, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Knife Fight on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, iTunes online.

Tuesday 9:00 PM et/pt on Esquire Network
4 Seasons, 71 Episodes
September 24, 2013
Food, Reality
6.0/10
Cast: Ilan Hall, Giovanni Reda
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Knife Fight Full Episode Guide

  • Finalists Angelo Sosa and Quino Baca face off for the ultimate title of "culinary master of the universe".

  • In this semifinal Battle of the Boroughs, Chelsea's Spanish star Luis Bollo confronts the calm, cool Quino Baca of Brooklyn. Judges Edi Frauneder and Dale Talde decide who is moving on to the Final. Raccoon - it's what's for dinner.

  • Harlem's own JJ Johnson of The Cecil returns to take on Sean Brasel of Miami's Meat Market. Judging this quarterfinal round are culinary experts Edi Frauneder & Dale Talde. Tonight, the pressure will have both chefs squirming like a fish out of water.

  • Find out what part of a duck the "fries" come from when Josh Henderson of Seattle's Westward returns to challenge first round top dog Angelo Sosa of NYC's Anejo. Edi Frauneder & Dale Talde get the ball rolling as judges in this quarterfinal bout.

  • East coast versus West coast- which is the best coast? Watch as Luis Bollo of NYC's Salinas goes to war with Round One victor Kim Alter of Nightbird in San Francisco. Judges Edi Frauneder and Dale Talde determine who uses their (lamb) brains best.

  • Denver chef Carrie Shores of the WOW Kitchen brings it to Brooklyn to take on Harlem's own JJ Johnson of The Cecil and Minton's. Our judges, James Beard Award winner Sue Zemanick and Dale Talde, chef/owner of Talde, decide who moves on to the quarterfinals.

  • New York native Gary Anza of Bowery Bay Bar takes on San Francisco's Kim Alter of the new restaurant Nightbird. Chefs Dale Talde and Sue Zemanick judge this first round test of skill.

  • New York's own Ed McFarland of Ed's Lobster Bar is pitted against Seattle's Josh Henderson, founder of the Huxley-Wallace Collective of eateries. Judging this first round battle are James Beard award winner Sue Zemanick and Dale Talde of the Talde restaurant empire. With jellyfish on the menu, things are bound to get salty!

  • New York sushi master John Daley matches knife skills with Brooklyn Star chef Quino Baca in a special Thanksgiving throwdown. Judges Dale Talde and Sue Zemanick talk turkey and decide who moves on in the tournament. When the cutlery comes out, which chef will be left standing?

  • Legendary chef and three-time James Beard semi-finalist, Texan John Tesar battles Sean "The Grill God" Brasel, a rising star from Florida. To make it to the quarterfinals, they'll face some lively mudfish along with judges Dale Talde of the Talde restaurant empire and Sue Zemanick of Gautreau's in New Orleans.

  • Brooklynite Bao Bao brings her unique Southeast Asian flavor to battle against the classic Chinese cuisine of New York native Chris Cheung. Will the pickled herring lead them astray? James Beard award winner Sue Zemanick and chef/owner of the Talde restaurant empire, Dale Talde, judge this Round One competition.

  • Dallas-based food competition all-star Tre Wilcox matches wits with Spanish chef extraordinaire, Luis Bollo of Salinas in NYC. Judges Sue Zemanick of Gautreau's in New Orleans and New York's resident restaurant mogul Dale Talde determine whether the Texan triumphs or the Spaniard advances to the next round.

  • Brooklyn's own Jason Marcus takes on the boundless energy and bold style of Top Chef finalist Angelo Sosa. In this season 4 premiere, it's all about Jamón Ibérico. To advance in the tournament, the chefs must impress our judges: James Beard winner Sue Zemanick and Dale Talde, head of the Talde restaurant empire.

  • An Asian food competition between chef Bao Bao from Brooklyn and Chris Cheung from New York.

  • It's the epic grand finale battle and only two culinary conquistadors remain: the classically trained, Michelin-starred Austrian, Edi Frauneder, and the self- taught Peruvian powerhouse, Miguel Aguilar. They've created mind-blowing dishes to get to this point, but only one will go home with the prized 'Lamb Splitter' knife. James Beard winner Naomi Pomeroy and chef and owner of Terrine in Los Angeles, Kris Morningstar, will determine who will be crowned the 'Beast of the East'.

  • Joey Campanaro is back to duke it out in the semifinals. Tonight he challenges the boss from Austria, Edi Frauneder. To advance to the final they will have to score a T.K.O. with our judges: Naomi Pomeroy, Kris Morningstar and special guest judge Adam Sachs.

  • Miguel Aguilar faces Einat Admony in a fight to advance to the finals. Both chefs face a challenging ingredient, but who will buckle under the pressure? Our judges: Naomi Pomeroy, Kris Morningstar and guest judge Wylie Dufresne.

  • New York's famous Italian chef, Joey Campanaro, takes on James Beard Award winner Tony Maws in the quarterfinals.

  • Franklin Becker and Edi Frauneder compete for a chance in the semifinals using cuttlefish, chocolate and chicken livers.

  • Tonight, Leah Cohen's mastery of Southeast Asian cuisine will face off against Miguel Aguilar's bold Peruvian flavors and world-class knife skills. Both chefs' hopes to move to the semifinals rest with our judges: Naomi Pomeroy and Kris Morningstar.

  • The brash Dale Talde returns. His challenger tonight is the tiny powerhouse, Einat Admony. Only one chef will move onto the semifinals and that's up to Naomi Pomeroy and Kris Morningstar. The pressure is on in the kitchen and at the judges' table.

  • David Felton and Leah Cohen battle it out this week.

  • Can Daniel Holzman, Manhattan's maestro of meatballs, take down his meatball mentor and rival, New York's legendary Italian, Joey Campanaro? The chefs do their best to impress judges Naomi Pomeroy and Kris Morningstar and make it to the next round.

  • It's the seafood prowess of young newcomer Sean Telo versus the beet know-how of seasoned culinary veteran Franklin Becker. To make it to the next round, they'll need to make believers out of our judges, Kris Morningstar and Naomi Pomeroy.

  • Jonah Miller's Spanish cuisine battles it out against the Mediterranean flavors of Einat Admony.

  • Eduard 'Edi' Frauneder and Wolfgang Ban face off using balut, live frogs and sea beans this week.

  • Todd Mitgang and Miguel Aguilar have 60 minutes to create tasty beef shank.

  • Dale Talde and Pete Lipson use tobacco leaves, pumpkin and live Maine lobster in their dishes.