Somebody Feed Phil will return to Netflix for a second season.
The series, which stars Everybody Loves Raymond executive producer Phil Rosenthal, follows him around the world, as he learns about various local cuisines and cultures. Along for the ride are Phil’s friends, family and his trademark sense of humour.
Season 1 saw him journey from Tel Aviv and Lisbon to Saigon, Mexico City, New Orleans and Bangkok. Now, he’s back for another helping, with episodes that will venture to Ireland, South Africa, Venice and Copenhagen.
The second season was announced by Phil in a cute phone call with his parents, in which he confirms all episodes will premiere on Netflix on Friday 6th July.
Here’s the video:
Somebody Feed Phil: Season 1 and 2 is available on Netflix UK, as part of a £7.99 monthly subscription.
Trailer: Netflix wants somebody to feed Phil
29h December 2017
Somebody Feed Phil is Netflix’s cry at the start of 2018, as its new food documentary arrives.
The streaming giant has made a name for itself with its documentary output, snapping up several Oscar contenders over years. While many of its non-fiction films have focused on campaigning issues, though, Netflix’s TV documentaries have been far more diverse, from Chef’s Table to Errol Morris’ CIA LSD trip, Wormwood. Now, Netflix is adding to its edible factual line-up with Somebody Feed Phil.
The show sees Everybody Loves Raymond executive producer Phil Rosenthal travel the world to take in the local cuisine and culture. Over six episodes, he takes viewers on a goodwill eating tour that covers Tel Aviv, Lisbon, Saigon, Mexico City, New Orleans and Bangkok. Along for the ride are Phil’s friends, family and his trademark sense of humour.
The series premieres on Friday 12th January. Here’s a new trailer released today to whet your appetite – or for more on what’s coming soon to Netflix UK in January 2018, head this way.
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