Television

Fleabag's Dinner Table Episode Is a Bloody Masterpiece

Season two of Fleabag, the hilarious and devastating Amazon Prime series from Phoebe Waller-Bridge, begins at a restaurant. For a show that so deftly interrogates family dynamics and the grudges that reinforce them, the mise-en-scène of meal time matters. Waller-Bridge's character, the titular Fleabag, is attending a dinner to celebrate her father's engagement to her cloying artist godmother (played brilliantly, with excruciating nuance, by Olivia Colman), who swooped in after the death of her mother three years prior.

Roy Choi Talks 'Personal' New TV Show, Social Justice, and Facing His Critics

The Los Angeles that’s portrayed in the first episode of Kogi chef Roy Choi’s new Broken Bread television show has a strikingly bleak side.

The ‘Sex Education’ Stars Ate Their Way Across The South, And There's Video

What do you do when you've worked incredibly hard on a project that could be the very thing that rockets you to sudden, international stardom?

An Exclusive First Look at The Migrant Kitchen’s Third Season

There are a lot of great TV shows about chefs, but The Migrant Kitchen stands out with its unwavering focus on California restaurants that are inspired by the immigrant experience.

The Menu for the 2018 Emmys Is Here

HGTV Outbids Lance Bass to Buy the Brady Bunch House—and Will 'Restore' it to '1970s Glory'

CNN Will Air a Final 5-Episode Season of 'Parts Unknown'

Today CNN revealed that the network has enough material to air one last season of Anthony Bourdain’s beloved food and travel documentary series, Parts Unknown. The new five-episode run of the show, which ran for 11 seasons, will air this fall.

'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat' Will Become a Television Show

Vivian Howard's 'A Chef's Life' to End After Five Seasons

The production company behind Vivian Howard’s A Chef’s Life the highly acclaimed PBS documentary series, which follows Howard as she searches for new ingredients for her North Carolina restaurant Chef & the Farmer—has announced that after five seasons, the show is coming to a close. 

Shake Shack Will Bring 'Bob's Burgers' to Life for Comic Con

You want to try one of Bob’s burgers, don’t deny it. Sure, you could always stop by a nearby Shake Shack and get a non-cartoon burger, but none of those burgers have puns for names. Unfortunately, Bob and his struggling restaurant are confined to the realm of television.