Valerie Bertinelli has announced some sad news.
On Saturday (April 8), the 62-year-old star announced that her Food Network series Valerie’s Home Cooking will be ending after 14 seasons.
Valerie also revealed that she find out the network had canceled her show over the summer.
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“I got some good news, and I got some bad news,” Valerie shared in a video posted to Instagram. “The good news is that tomorrow at 12 noon on Food Network, the 14th season of Valerie’s Home Cooking starts airing all-new episodes. The bad news is that it’s the final season.”
“Food Network was canceled last summer, I have no idea why,” Valerie continued. “And I didn’t say anything last summer because honestly, I was hoping they would change their mind. But they have not. So this is it, this is the final season.”
Valerie went on to say that she “loved making this show,” adding, “It was such a dream come true. Every single part of it brought me so much joy.
“I loved the crew, I loved everybody in production,” Valerie continued. “They loved making this show for you,” she said. “So, I hope that you enjoy this final season because we made every single episode with love for all of you.”
Valerie’s Home Cooking first premiered on Food Network in 2015.
Valerie also co-hosts and judges Food Network’s Kids Baking Championship with Duff Goldman.
The 14th and final season of Valerie’s Home Cooking premieres on Sunday, April 9 at 11:30 am ET on Food Network.