Chrissy Teigen is finally getting a cooking show and fans are going wild

Chrissy Teigen is finally getting a cooking show and fans are going wild

Veritable queen of the internet - and dinner table - Chrissy Teigen is finally getting her own cooking show.

This morning, it was announced that Chrissy Teigen's Suit & Thai Productions, Momofuku chef, David Chang's Majordomo Media, and Vox Media Studios have undertaken a multi-year partnership to develop "premium food-centric programming" for Hulu.

Teigen has reportedly signed a two-year development deal with the streaming service, and one of her first projects is set to be a cooking show with celebrity chef, Chang.

According to the streaming service, the show has been provisionally titled "Family Style", and will be hosted by Tiegen and Chang. It will revolve around the ways in which we express our love for our friends and family by cooking and dining together.

"Chrissy personifies the Hulu brand through her outspoken, passionate, authentic nature. Whether it’s her love of food, witty social media commentary, activism for social injustice and women’s rights, fans know Chrissy always tells it like it is. Now, under a new pact, Chrissy and her production company, Suit & Thai Productions, will curate and produce original content, which could range from scripted drama series to original talk shows. The Hulu platform is Chrissy’s oyster," Hulu wrote in a statement.

Watch Chrissy cook from Cravings 

And in a press release announcing the partnership, Chang stated: "I'm hoping we can keep integrating new perspectives into the conversation, telling compelling stories about our culture, and trying to change people's ideas of what food television can and should do. I think there's an audience out there that understands and celebrates the world through food, and they're hungry for shows that feed their sense of curiosity in new ways."

Teigen has already wrote two best-selling cookbooks: Cravings, which was published in 2016 and Cravings: Hungry For More, which hit bookstores last year.