Back in 2021, Guy Fieri signed a whopping

$80-million deal with Food Network. And while we thought that was good, wait till you hear about his new contract.

Variety reports that the Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives host has inked a three-year deal with Food Network that’s valued at over $100 million. Not only does this mean more triple D on our TVs, but Fieri will also maintain his title as the channel’s highest-paid talent.

According to the outlet, Fieri’s new contract means he will officially hit his 20-year milestone with the Food Network while producing more Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Guy’s Grocery Games, and Tournament of Champions.

“Recognized everywhere he goes, there is only one Guy Fieri,” said Warner Bros. Discovery head of food content Betsy Ayala. “Guy’s love of food, restaurants, and the chefs behind the dishes, combined with his extraordinary passion for crafting series with stories that resonate make extending this partnership a clear choice in our mission to deliver to viewers more of what they love.”

Fieri will continue developing and producing projects as part of his Knuckle Sandwich production company. In addition to his TV projects, Guy has also opened 80 restaurants worldwide amidst his run with the Food Network. His net worth was previously estimated around 70 million, but with this new contract, we’d venture to guess it’ll be ticking up.

“For nearly two decades, Food Network has been my home and continuing to create great TV within the Warner Bros. Discovery universe is exactly where I want to be,” Fieri added. “Food is our most universal language so being able to unite people through highlighting chefs, restaurateurs and the folks dishing out incredible meals all over this country and world is a privilege and responsibility that I don’t take lightly.”

While his paycheck might seem, ahem, outlandish, it’s just a slice of what Guy has made for Warner Bros. Discovery. In fact, DDD reportedly garnered $230 million in ad revenue in 2020 alone.