Netflix Unveils Upcoming Food Programming Slate


Netflix has revealed its upcoming slate of new and returning food programming, including the premiere of Chef’s Table: Pizza.

The new season of Chef’s Table takes viewers through the U.S., Italy and Japan to delve inside the kitchens of chefs whose creativity elevates the classic pizza dish to an art form via their unique flavors. It is set to bow on the streamer on September 7.

Chefs featured in the new season are Chris Bianco (Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.), Gabriele Bonci (Rome, Italy), Ann Kim (Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.), Franco Pepe (Caiazzo, Italy), Yoshihiro Imai (Kyoto, Japan) and Sarah Minnick (Portland, Oregon, U.S.). The season is produced by Supper Club and Boardwalk Pictures.

Love Productions’ The Great British Baking Show is slated to return this fall with a new group of amateur bakers trying to impress Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith with their skills.

Season seven of Magical Elves’ Nailed It! will debut on October 5 with a focus on Halloween. The season will feature surprises from fan-favorite Netflix shows such as Umbrella Academy, Cobra Kai and The Witcher.

On October 12, Easy-Bake Battle: The Home Cooking Competition is slated to premiere. From eOne, the new culinary competition is inspired by Hasbro’s Easy-Bake Oven and sees home cooks face off to prove who can make the easiest, fastest and most delicious food. It is hosted by Antoni Porowski (Queer Eye).

Somebody Feed Phil’s season six debut is set for October 18. Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal travels to all-new destinations this season, including to Croatia, Philadelphia, Nashville, Austin and Santiago. Rosenthal will also release a companion cookbook, Somebody Feed Phil: The Book, on the same day via Simon & Schuster. The series is produced by Lucky Bastards and Zero Point Zero Production.

From marblemedia and Boomerang Productions Media, Drink Masters is slated to bow on Netflix on October 28. Twelve of the world’s most innovative mixologists will compete in a series of high-stakes cocktail challenges to win a life-changing prize and the title of Ultimate Drink Master.

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays will return for a fifth season on November 18, with competitors from past seasons returning to create winter treats for Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.

The new food competition Snack vs. Chef, from Nobody’s Hero and ITV America, is set to premiere on November 30. Hosted by comedians Megan Stalter and Hari Kondabolu, the show sees 12 chefs re-create some of the world’s most iconic snacks and invent their own original snacks for the chance to win a $50,000 prize.

Rounding out Netflix’s upcoming food slate, the competition series Cook at All Costs is set to make its debut on December 16. Hosted by chef and restaurateur Jordan Andino, the competition sees home cooks bid on ingredients in an auction-packed cook-off. With $25,000 in their banks, the cooks have to decide if they want to bid big for the best ingredients, save their money for the basics or gamble on a surprise. In the end, the cook who best impresses the celebrity guest chef will win the money left in their bank. It is produced by Insight Productions, a Boat Rocker company.