No, all Good Food programmes will be moving to Food Network.
Not a surprise. It fell from 122 down to 198 on the Sky EPG (and Food Network is higher) a couple of months ago, and has been dragging out all sorts of original commissions for one last airing. - Gary Rhodes Local Food Hero's, for example. A competition for local grocers, shop keepers and cafe and restauranters from 2007.
The first real sign the game was up for Good Food was on Tuesday, when a old faithful of the channel - Rick Steins Taste Of The Sea, seen umpteen times was aired for the first time on the Food Network.
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The writing was really on the wall for some time. You really can't run two channels with the same level of content and spread that thinly between a channel that is widely available versus a channel with quite limited reach.
So Discovery closing Good Food isn't really a surprise.
Home rebranding isn't a surprise, Really shouldn't have any changes but I'd imagine they would prefer to avoid overspill with Quest Red, on the other hand both channels rate pretty well.