As the fall TV season is almost upon us, Eater put together a list of nine great food shows you should be watching. Here they are:
- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (premiere date TBD, Netflix). This show explores the histories of some of chef David Chang's favorite dishes.
- The World According to Jeff Goldblum (November 12, Disney+). While not entirely a food show, the quirky Hollywood favorite will explore his favorite things, many of which will be food or drinks.
- The Chef Show Volume 2 (September 12, Netflix). Film director Jon Favreau and chef Roy Choi explore recipes and have spirited conversations about food with movie industry players.
- Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro (October 27, Food Network). Ina Garten's show is now in its 17th season, and features the hostess' take on putting together a party spread, often with a big-name surprise guest or two.
- Girl Meets Farm Season 4(September 8, Food Network). Blogger Molly Yeh takes viewers into her farmhouse to prepare classic comfort food.
- Nailed It! Holiday!(premiere date TBD, Netflix). The popular baking show is back, celebrating pastry triumphs alongside cake fails.
- Guy’s Ranch Kitchen Season 3, (September 28, Food Network.) Guy Fieri returns, and this time he does the filming in his own backyard.
- Sugar Rush Christmas (premiere date TBD, Netflix). The baking competition show returns, pitting four pairs of bakers against each other for a $10,000 prize.
- The Great American Baking Show Season 5 (December, ABC). The competition show returns with ex-Spice Girl Emma Bunton, former NFL player Anthony Adams, previous host Paul Hollywood and pastry chef Sherry Yard.