The 9 Best Food Shows to Watch This Fall

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:

  1. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner (premiere date TBD, Netflix). This show explores the histories of some of chef David Chang's favorite dishes. 
  2. 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. 
  3. 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. 
  4. 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. 
  5. Girl Meets Farm Season 4(September 8, Food Network). Blogger Molly Yeh takes viewers into her farmhouse to prepare classic comfort food.
  6. Nailed It! Holiday!(premiere date TBD, Netflix). The popular baking show is back, celebrating pastry triumphs alongside cake fails. 
  7. Guy’s Ranch Kitchen Season 3, (September 28, Food Network.) Guy Fieri returns, and this time he does the filming in his own backyard. 
  8. 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. 
  9. 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. 

 
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