Fans of food and cooking shows are about to have a great fall as Netflix has an exciting slate of new and returning content coming our way soon! Popular Netflix cooking shows like Somebody Feed Phil, Nailed It! and the Great British Baking Show are coming back very soon!
In August, Netflix released a scheduling including details on the new and returning cooking and food series headed our way in the coming months. The Antoni Porowski-hosted Easy Bake cooking show will debut this October, in addition to a new series about mixologists vying for the title of Ultimate Drink Master.
Below we detail all the planned Netflix cooking shows coming between September and December this year!
Netflix cooking shows coming in 2022
Chef’s Table: Pizza
- Premiere date: September 7
Chef’s Table is returning in September with a new rendition that focuses on pizza! Chefs from across the globe will showcase how they elevate an ordinary dish with unique flavors to create the perfect slice.
Featured Chefs: Chris Bianco (Phoenix, Ariz.), Gabriele Bonci (Rome, Italy), Ann Kim (Minneapolis, Minn.), Franco Pepe (Caiazzo, Italy), Yoshihiro Imai (Kyoto, Japan), Sarah Minnick (Portland, Ore.)
The Great British Baking Show Collection 10
- Premiere date: TBA, but confirmed for fall 2022
The Great British Baking Show follows amateur bakers as they compete against each other in challenges with the aim to impress the judges. The unscripted series will consist of 10, 60-minute episodes.
Fans will also be happy to know the fifth season of the “Holidays” version is coming later this year on November 18.
Nailed It! season 7
- Premiere date: October 5
One of the most popular Netflix cooking shows, Nailed It! returns on October 5 with a Halloween-themed season that includes lots of tricks and treats and ghoulish surprises from some of Netflix’s most popular shows, including The Umbrella Academy, The Witcher and Cobra Kai. And of course, Nicole Byers will be back to host!
Easy-Bake Battle: The Home Cooking Competition
- Premiere date: October 12
Easy-Bake Battle is a new cooking competition series inspired by the iconic Easy-Bake Oven from Hasbro. In this new show, Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski will host as home cooks face-off and use ingenious kitchen hacks to create fast, easy and delicious food.
- Premiere date: October 28
Marblemedia and Boomerang Productions Media team-up to bring us Drink Masters this October. Twelve innovative mixologists must compete for the title of Ultimate Drink Master and a genuinely life-changing prize. The show will consist of 10, 40-minute episodes.
Snack vs. Chef
- Premiere date: November 30
Snack vs. Chef is a new show hosted by comedians Megan Stalter and Hari Kondabol. Chefs will go head-to-head as they aim to recreate iconic snacks while also making original recipes inspired by beloved classics, all in an effort to win the $50,000 grand prize.
Cook at All Costs
- Premiere date: December 16
Chef and restaurateur Jordan Andino hosts Cook at All Costs, a show that puts three home cooks to the ultimate test as they attempt to make mouthwatering dishes with an intriguing combination of dishes.
Is the luxury ingredient always better than something you can find in your average supermarket? Each chef gets $25,000 in the bank to bid on ingredients. Will they go big on items with a hefty price tag, play it safe, or gamble and go thrifty? Can the dish made on a budget beat the priciest plate?
Somebody Feed Phil season 6
- Premiere date: October 18
Phil Rosenthal is back with the sixth season of his hit show. This season Phil travels to new destinations, including Philadelphia, Nashville, Austin, Santiago and Croatia. It will also include a special tribute episode to Phil’s parents, Helen and Max.
In addition to the sixth season, be on the look out for his highly-anticipated book Somebody Feed Phil: The Book on October 18, via Simon & Schuster. This companion cookbook to the Netflix show includes the ultimate collection of must-have recipes, never-before-heard stories, behind-the-scenes photos, and more from the first four seasons of the beloved series.
Which of these Netflix cooking shows are you most excited to watch this fall?