If you’ve binged your way through all the most notable Netflix and Hulu series and are still hungry for another summer indulgence, Delicious might just be the show to sate your appetite. The soapy British drama premiered in the U.K. late last year, and is now being made available for the first time to American viewers via Acorn TV, which dubs itself “a North American streaming service focused on curating the best in international dramas, mysteries, and comedies.”
Starting May 26th you can follow the romantic, familial and back-of-the-house entanglements of Chef Leo Vincent (Game of Thrones’ Iain Glen) of Cornwall’s The Penrose hotel, and his ex-wife Gina Benelli (The Vicar of Dibley’s Dawn French), who, unbeknownst to the public, actually created the scintillating Sicilian dishes he serves.
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It’s worth it just to hear Iain Glen name Italian food in his roguish voice. Here’s an exclusive to Food & Wine look at the trailer: