That slot is tonight, Thursday, Oct. 10, at 8:30, so tune in or set your DVR to see the episode, which is titled "Southerners." Here's the plot synopsis:
The Season 2 premiere spotlights the regional variations of southern cuisine. Included: chef Steven Satterfield makes okra and grits; chef John Currence makes tamales; chef Ed Lee creates a dish using bourbon, sorghum and country ham; pastry chef Lisa Donovan makes a buttermilk pie; and new host Sean Brock is joined by the Lee Brothers to make deviled crab. Also: a visit to Fishnet Seafood in South Carolina spotlights Jesus crabs.
Friends of mine in other markets who have already seen parts of the series this season say that it is excellent and immensely entertaining. Now you can play Siskel and Ebert and share your reviews here in the comments. Save me a balcony seat.