Somebody Feed Phil

In the third installment of his Netflix docs, Somebody Feed Phil, Phil Rosenthal’s culinary adventures take him to Marrakech, Chicago, London and Seoul. And there are more journeys (and food) ahead of us: Someone Feed Phil will return to Stage 4.

In January and July 2018, Somebody Feed Phil’s first two seasons premiered about six months apart. Fans can expect to see Season 4 around September if Netflix follows the same schedule. But until April, just over 1 month before its release, the company had not announced the Season 3 premiere date. So a premiere date of official Season 4 can not come until October.

The cast of the show!

  • Phil Rosenthal
  • Monica Horan 
  • Judy Gold
  • Lily Rosenthal 
  • Daniel Boulud
  • Calvin Godfrey 
  • Luca Marchiori

Release date of the show

Someone premiered on Netflix Feed Phil season 3 on 29 May 2020. There were 5 episodes. As the other five episodes already have been filmed, we can expect that they will drop later this year. ‘Somebody Feed Phil’ is probably expected to release in November 2020 at some point in season 4.

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Who will host season 4?

As Phillip Rosenthal was the headliner for the show for all its seasons, he will also be no brainer on the next exit. Phil is a writer and producer who is best known as the creator, writer, and managing producer of the sitcom ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ to give a bit of an intro. Prior to this, the PBS six-phase TV series, ‘I’ll Have What Phil’s Having’ had been hosted, ‘Somebody Feed Phil”‘s spiritual predecessor.

Somebody Feed Phil About

Rosenthal, who in 2019 was nominated to somebody Feed Phil in his 13th career as Emmy, predicted what will happen in the next few seasons when speaking to Deadline in August. He said that more domestic places will exist because he knows “not everybody can afford to travel outside of the country,” and he hopes to inspire travel of every kind.

Rosenthal has kept viewers tuned for more than a dozen episodes by exploring new cultures and cuisines with humour, and he certainly will deliver more of the same when season 4 becomes available for future streaming.