Calling all foodies! If travel and tasty treats are two of your favourite things, we’ve got just the show for you. Somebody Feed Phil, season three, is coming to Netflix soon, and the latest edition takes viewers to the beautiful city of Montreal.
The series follows Phil Rosenthal, who you may know as the creator of the hit series Everybody Loves Raymond, as he travels across the globe to taste popular cuisine and learn more about the world around him.
In the most recent edition of the show, Rosenthal will visit Marrakesh, Chicago, London, Seoul, and Montreal. While in the Canadian city, the trailer shows that the actor will be dining on their world-famous bagels and smoked meat sandwiches.
“I heard after she had that sandwich, she changed the song to ‘My Heart Will Not Go On’,” 60-year-old joked in the trailer, referencing Canadian singer Celine Dion.
In previous seasons of the Netflix original, Rosenthal has visited Bangkok, Lisbon, New Orleans, Mexico City, Venice, Cape Town, and New York City, among many others.
The first two editions of Somebody Feed Phil have received an average rating of 93% on Rotten Tomatoes, and if the trailer is any indication, season three will be just as good.
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While in Chicago, viewers will see the star try their famous hot dogs, pies, and deep-dish pizza. When he travels to Seoul, Rosenthal has the opportunity to try tteokbokki and dine with a world-famous K-pop star.
Those who have seen the trailer are already sharing their excitement in the comment section.
“Yes!!! My heart is so happy!! I've been rewatching every episode so often, because it is like therapy after work,” one person wrote.
“Excellent, this is a great travel/food show. Probably underrated even,” another comment reads.
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Other food shows like Nadiya’s Time to Eat, Cooked with Cannabis, and season four of Nailed It! have also been added to the streaming service recently.
All five new episodes of Somebody Feed Phil will be coming to Netflix on May 29. You can check out the hilarious trailer below.