Top food TV shows on HBO and Netflix

Top food TV shows on HBO and Netflix

The popular streaming platforms HBO and Netflix are associated with viewers around the world, first of all, with series and films. However, ProShoKino offers to pay attention to a variety of TV shows on these online services, namely TV shows about food for every taste.

Since the second life is coming to the gastronomic television genre right now, it is again gaining popularity due to long lockdowns and closed food establishments. Recall that Olya Polyakova shared her signature recipe for homemade mozzarella in the MEGOGO cooking show.

Top food TV shows on HBO and Netflix

Still from The chef show

So, here is a selection of the top 5 most popular cooking shows on HBO and Netflix.

Ugly Delicious

Ugly Delicious has breathed new life into a food documentary by dropping culinary pretensions and showcasing a vibrant array of dishes sure to whet the appetite of viewers.

Part cookery show, part documentary, and Chef David Chang's personal journey explores the cuisine as it evolves with culture, locality and family traditions.

Part “feature” the show features animated inserts, parodies of political debates, and plenty of guest stars such as Steven Yan of “The Walking Dead”.

Watch on Netflix, the show has already aired 2 seasons.

Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy

The acclaimed actor who made his mark with “The Devil Wears Prada” provides a special treat for the travel-thirsty by transporting viewers to Italy. The Instagram cocktail connoisseur has embarked on the journey of a lifetime, rediscovering his culture as he cruises along the Italian coast.

Produced in partnership with CNN, the series explores how Stanley Tucci turned his passion into culinary delights and a full-time job, which he recently admitted was caused by a temporary loss of taste due to infection with the COVID-19 virus.

60-year-old presenter tells the audience about the legendary restaurants, cafes and bakeries, introduces prominent culinary figures.

Watch the show on HBO Max, there are already 2 seasons.

The chef show

In The chef show, Jon Favreau (director of blockbusters like “The Avengers” and “Iron Man”) and Roy Choi prepare different recipes using different techniques and tastes. As guests, celebrities are invited to the show – from famous chefs to actors and show business stars. The show has become so popular that the first season now has a 100% critical rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 94% viewer rating.

In Hollywood, Favreau, who also made a standalone burger love movie “ Chef on wheels”, making movies is just a side job. And his real calling is cooking.

Watch on Netflix, 2 seasons of the show have already been released.

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Selena + Chef

The coronavirus pandemic forced everyone to spend more time in the kitchen , than usual. Singer and actress Selena Gomez is no exception. However, of all her talents, culinary is the most controversial…

In her show, Selena meets with professional chefs remotely and learns how to cook. The presenter and her mentors share with the audience amazing recipes and culinary tricks that turn forced standing at the stove into an exciting hobby. Each episode of the show focuses on a specific food-related charity.

Watch the show on HBO Max, now available for 3 seasons.

Fresh, Fried & Crispy

Fresh, Fried & Crispy is a food tourism documentary focused on fast food restaurants in American cities. Show host Dame Drops is best known for his YouTube channel full of reviews of places like Five Guys Burgers and Fries.

While traveling, the desperate Drops will relish: pork candies, crispy chicken breasts, golden burgers, fried ravioli, deep-fried pies, and salmon skins.

Watch on Netflix while the show only has one season.

Inspired by interesting recipes, bon appetit!

Read books or watch new movies to take your mind off the endless stream of news. Some films have been postponed, but most can already be seen in cinemas or on streaming platforms.