[UPDATE 8/6/21 2:55 PM: Hulu has released a video promo for these three shows, which is included at the bottom of this post.]
- Hulu’s fall lineup includes three delicious shows to make your mouth’s salivate and your tummy’s rumble.
- The Emmy-nominated Taste the Nation returns Thursday, November 4th with Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition with four episodes focused on celebrations like Korean New Year in Los Angeles and Cuban Christmas in Miami.
- Baker’s Dozen is a new competition hosted by Tamera Mowry-Housley and Bill Yosses where 13 contestants face off to be crowned the best baker of all, premiering October 7th.
- The Next Thing You Eat is a 6-part docuseries about the future of food including robots, lab-grown fish, insect farms, and more, streaming October 21st.
- You can learn more about all three food-related projects below.
About Baker’s Dozen:
- “Passionate amateur bakers will go head-to-head with seasoned professionals in each episode of Baker’s Dozen. Join hosts Tamera Mowry-Housley (Emmy-award winning host of The Real, FOX’s The Masked Singer and Hallmark’s Christmas Comes Twice) and Bill Yosses (author and former White House Pastry Chef) for this fast-paced competition series that will determine the best baker of all! Which of the 13 bakers has what it takes to create the next viral baking sensation, win the golden rolling pin and take home the cash prize?”
- Baker’s Dozen is executive produced by Sandy Varo Jarrell, Suzanne Rauscher, Justin Rae Barnes, Tara Seiner and Scott Mlodzinski for Bright Spot Content, an All3Media America company.
- Premieres Thursday, October 7th.
About The Next Thing You Eat:
- “From chef David Chang and Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Morgan Neville, The Next Thing You Eat is a six-episode docuseries that explores the seismic changes happening all around us and what they mean for the way we’ll eat in the future. Chang and a diverse cast of characters dive headfirst into what lies ahead, including everything from robots, to lab-grown fish, to insect farms, to artificial intelligence calling all the shots.”
- Executive produced by the creators of the Emmy-nominated Ugly Delicious, with showrunner Dominic Musacchio.
- Premieres Thursday, October 21st.
About Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition:
- “Taste the Nation returns this fall for a special four-part ‘Holiday Edition,’ where each episode will highlight unique traditions through the lens of different immigrant cultures and cities, like Korean New Year in Los Angeles and Cuban Christmas in Miami.
- Taste the Nation: Holiday Edition is executive produced by Padma Lakshmi along with Part2 Pictures’ David Shadrack Smith.
- Premieres Thursday, November 4th.