Fans Want The Food Network To Move Tabitha Brown's 'CompliPlated' Back To Primetime

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Photo credit: Instagram/iamtabithabrown
Photo credit: Instagram/iamtabithabrown

Shortly after Tabitha Brown's CompliPlated August 11 premiere on Food Network, the cooking-competition show has been bumped from its primetime slot to Tuesdays at 1 p.m.

The social media star-turned-television host shared the news in an Instagram post last week. In the short video, Brown was quite transparent with her thoughts on the time-slot bump, letting followers know that she has no plans to change the person she is.

"I know I've said this so many times before," said Brown. "But for whatever reason, people just don't seem to believe me. There is not a company. There is not a network. There is not a person, place, or thing that is going to change who I am...If you don't like everything that makes Tab, Tab, don't work with me."

It's unclear why exactly the television show was bumped to a less desirable time slot, but Brown did suggest that there may have been some differences somewhere along the line.

"I’m also not going to be quiet about when things feel wrong! I always come from my heart and I’m very direct and honest," she wrote in a caption. "In the entertainment world I know that’s frowned upon especially coming from a woman. Sometimes my niceness makes people think that I’m weak, but I’m not! I will keep speaking up for myself."

A number of commenters on Food Network's most recent CompliPlated Instagram post urged the television network to move Brown back to her primetime slot. "Give aunt Tab her time slot back!!!!" one user wrote. Another user added that "Tabitha is worthy of a prime time slot."

Television show aside, Brown is currently preparing for her upcoming Cooking From The Spirit Tour, which will kick off in Charlotte, North Carolina, on October 1.

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