Gone are the days when one could enliven their Sunday mornings by watching Julia Child and Jacques Pepin affectionately debate the proper way to scramble eggs or divulge their secrets to whole chicken perfection. Enter Hungry, YouTube's new food channel that, it seems, signals a shift away from network food television by offering viewers "culinary competitions, food pranks, and unique gastronomic dining experiences" (e.g., high caloric freak show food items.)

The new channel, set to go live on July 2, has already herded such star-powered names, like bro cake decorator Duff Goldman and dude chef Chris Cosentino, the latter of whom will focus on pig products, ranging from pork belly, ham, loins, ribs, cracklins, feet, and bacon. They will also air EpicMealTime, one of YouTube's most popular food shows, noteworthy for creating extremely high-calorie meals, usually out of meat products. It also features women with prominent breasts and duck faces. (Look no further than Epic Breakfast Egg Rolls for more harrowing detail.) According to NY Daily News, multimedia studio Electus, creators of Hungry, swiped food TV producer Bruce Seidel away from the Food Network where he helped create such shows as the addictive Iron Chef America and the Next Food Network Star, the show responsible for thrusting Guy Fieri on an unsuspecting and helpless audience.'

Here's a teaser for the new newtork called "Hungry Sizzle Rap" by the Fung Bros. It's no Betty's Kitchen, but what is? Enjoy.