Knife Fight is an American reality/cooking competition television series on the Esquire Network. It was set to premiere April 23, 2013, but was pushed to September 24, 2013, the same week the network rebranding takes place in order for Esquire Network to have a broader range of original programs aside from this show and The Getaway. Knife Fight is being hosted by season 2 Top Chef winner Ilan Hall and executive produced by Drew Barrymore. 10 episodes have been ordered for the first season. G4 was originally slated to be replaced by the new Esquire Network, but in a surprising turn of events, NBCUniversal has chosen Style Network as a new candidate.
The country's most experienced bladesmiths, martial artists and knife experts slice, stab and chop their way through a blade-shattering gauntlet for a chance at winning a $20,000 grand prize.
The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting aspires to take sketch comedy in a different direction. With longer-form scenes, less traditional material, and surprising cast, it will be at times random, often ridiculous and occasionally surreal.
A drama set in the Goguryo period. It is about how Moo Young, the daughter of King Young Ryu, falls in love with Yeon Choong, the son of Yeon Gaesomun had with a concubine. But Moo Young debates whether she should have her revenge, as Yeon Gaesomun is the man who killed her father. Meanwhile, Yeon Choong as the son of a noble blood father and a servant mother, despite his talent, he finds he cannot rise higher in rank due to the fact that he is a concubine′s son. He is later ordered by his father to kill the person he loves, and comes into inner conflict.