Each week Irvine is faced with an "impossible" task. One episode features the
chef having to shop for and prep dinner for 150, to be served on a train.
Another show's challenge involves cooking an authentic meal in Colonial
Williamsburg with 18th century equipment and utensils in a period kitchen using
colonial era ingredients.
"We are excited to be involved in developing this show," says Ray Carballada,
COO of Shooters. "Developing content is a step we have been working on taking
as a company. Our goal is to create shows, but to create them with superior
production value. We're expecting that Dinner: Impossible will be just that start of what we develop with our
Shooters cuts Dinner Impossible on Avid NLEs. Adobe After Effects and Autodesk Fire
were used for the program's open and titles. Tape to tape color correction is
performed using a da Vinci 2K system. Audio is posted using Digidesign Pro