Action Bronson is returning to Viceland’s airwaves. The network has announced the renewals of his food documentary series Fuck, That’s Delicious and his comedy show Traveling The Stars: Action Bronson and Friends Watch Ancient Aliens.

“We couldn’t be happier to have more Action on the channel,” Viceland president Guy Slattery said in a press release. “He’s a singular talent whose passion, knowledge and energy leap off the screen.”

Bronson added, “I’m happy to continue my life’s work.”

The renewals of both series come after some friction emerged between Bronson and the network in 2018. Last October, he criticized Viceland after it compared him to chef Nusret Gökçe, a.k.a. “Salt Bae,” on Twitter.

“YOU WEIRDO MOTHERFUCKERS ARE LUCKY TO HAVE EVER BEEN IN MY PRESENCE,” Bronson wrote. “FUCK YOU AND ALL YOUR BULLSHIT. ILL TAKE MY TALENTS ELSEWHERE BECAUSE YOU SURE DON’T APPRECIATE WHAT I’VE DONE FOR YOU. FUCK THATS DELICIOUS IS FOREVER BITCH. I OWN ALL RIGHTS. I CREATED IT.”

He continued, “YOU WOULD THINK THEY WOULD USE THEIR PLATFORM TO PROMOTE THE SHOW ON THEIR CHANNEL PEOPLE ACTUALLY LIKE. I WAS ALSO ON THEIR RECORD LABEL THAT HAD ONE EMPLOYEE. I MUST BE OUT OF MY MIND.”

Later that month, Bronson said he was unofficially done working for Vice Media — the parent company of Viceland — during an appearance on Complex’s Open Late With Peter Rosenberg. But, the two sides have ironed out their issues to proceed with new seasons of his TV shows.

Fuck, That’s Delicious originally began as a Vice web series before moving to Viceland when the network launched in 2016. Traveling The Stars, which features Bronson and guests watching episodes of the History Channel series Ancient Aliens, premiered that same year but only ran for one season.