In the light new truTV competition Fast Foodies, Top Chef Seattle winner Kristen Kish, Top Chef California winner Jeremy Ford, and Top Chef Kentucky contestant and Iron Chef winner Justin Sutherland compete, drink, and have a lot of fun with their celebrity guests.
Netflix’s new Best Leftovers Ever is a calmer and more competent version of Nailed It, while Britain’s Best Home Cook is a new show for Bake-Off’s Mary Berry but doesn’t live up to its predecessor. Yet both have plenty to enjoy.
If you watch Bravo or E! reality shows that follow wealthy people, none of what Bling Empire offers will be surprising. Yet it’s also a thoroughly enjoyable—and just wait until you meet Anna Shay.
“What exactly is American food? And what makes us American?” Padma asks at the start of every episode of her Hulu series Taste the Nation, which highlights American foods and the people who make these quintessential dishes.
A review of The Great British Baking Show season 11, which is Netflix’s collection 8, and wrapped up Thanksgiving week.
Four podcast recommendations: Two game shows that can be interactive listens (Factorious and The Great American Pop Culture Quiz Show), and two in which people just read to you (LeVar Burton Reads and Phoebe Reads a Mystery).
Netflix’s new reality show Deaf U follows students at Gallaudet University is immediately and instantly charming.