As of 2015, "America's Test Kitchen" has 377 episodes and 15 seasons. The first season featured 13 episodes, and each subsequent season since has had 26.
"America's Test Kitchen" is a half-hour American public TV program that began airing in August 2001. Hosted by the editor-in-chief of Cook's Illustrated Magazine, Christopher Kimball, the show teaches viewers about food and provides recipes for cooking. Kimball and his guests also explain kitchen equipment, science and safety as they deliver helpful information for handling food and appliances. The tasting lab segment, in which food products are taste-tested by a panel and then by Kimball, is a popular feature on the show.