Flay has hosted twelve cooking shows and specials on Food Network, of which five continue to run:
- Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay (no longer airing)
- Grillin' & Chillin' (no longer airing)
- FoodNation (no longer airing)
- 3 Days to Open (no longer airing)
- Boy Meets Grill
- BBQ with Bobby Flay
- Throwdown! with Bobby Flay
- Grill It! with Bobby Flay
- The Best Thing I Ever Ate
- Brunch at Bobby's
- Worst Cooks in America
- Main Ingredients with Bobby Flay
Flay served as a judge on Wickedly Perfect, The Next Food Network Star, and The Next Iron Chef. He has cooked with Emeril Lagasse on his show Emeril Live and with Paula Deen on her program Paula's Party. Flay is represented by Jon Rosen at WME.
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