The winner is revealed during the Season 10 finale, which also includes a tell-all reunion between the contestants and never-before-seen footage. In addition, Bobby, Alton and Giada are on hand to share their favorite moments.
Giada and Alton coach the final four contestants as they shoot promos for potential Food Network shows. After seeing the results, Bob Tuschman and Susie Fogelson decide who will be leaving the competition, while the others go on to make pilots with director Robert Irvine.
The five remaining contestants visit Food Network headquarters in New York City, where they learn they will be doing "live" reports from a nearby restaurant or shop. After completing that assignment, Rachael Ray invites everyone to her show to shoot a segment in which they offer food advice to real families.
The contestants visit restaurants that offer one-of-a-kind dining experiences in Las Vegas, and then are split into teams of three and tasked with serving high-profile guests a unique multi-course meal.
The finalists set out to prove their social-media savvy when they create behind-the-scenes selfies in the Food Network Star Kitchen; and later, they are tasked with making marketing videos for a Hershey's candy product that will be judged by two YouTube executives.
Season 10 begins with 12 hopefuls arriving in Los Angeles to compete for their own Food Network show. After meeting with their mentors, they are given the task of preparing and presenting an appetizer at a Hollywood party, where E!'s Ross Mathews will help determine the best and worst of the contestants.