Netflix’s long-running travel food docu-series Somebody Feed Phil, starring Philip Rosenthal, is coming back for a seventh season, with all eight episodes scheduled to touch down on the service on March 1st, 2024.
First debuting on Netflix all the way back in January 2018, Somebody Feed Phil is currently one of the longest-running documentary series on Netflix with 33 episodes under its belt thus far, with the most recent season, season 6, dropping in October 2022. Shortly after, the show was handed a seventh season order in January 2023.
The basic premise of the show is that Philip Rosenthal, best known for his time on the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, travels the world in search of the best cuisines and dishes.
Netflix promises the new eight episodes will be “bigger than ever,” with Phil continuing to forge connections “through the universal language of food” while celebrating cultures and hidden gems around the world.
Where will season 7 be taking us? Among the eight episodes, we’ll be headed to:
- Mumbai, India
- Washington, D.C., United States
- Kyoto, Japan
- The “Real” Orlando
- Taipei, Taiwan
- Scotland, United Kingdom
Netflix also just recently confirmed some of the other documentary series that will be making returns or debuts throughout 2024. As part of the Next on Netflix reveal, it confirmed that at least 90 series will be coming in 2024, and the other documentary series on the way include LaLiga 24, Our Living World, Our Oceans, and Sprint.
Let’s close out our preview with some of the first-look stills and the trailer for the upcoming season:
For more on what’s coming to Netflix throughout March 2024, keep it locked here on What’s on Netflix.
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