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Eater's Guide To The World: Season 1 (2020)
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Not all of Rudolph's scripted bits work (some are too cutesy-cool by half) but there are more hits than misses.
The food-television industry as such has pretty much exhausted itself, and Ms. Rudolph's rather perfunctory recitation doesn't do much to freshen the show's stale dialogue.
Rudolph's narration is the star of the show, a surprising treat mixed in with the usual drone shots of locations and slow-mo panning over delicious plates of food.
Aside from Maya Rudolph's narration, Eater's Guide To The World doesn't offer anything you haven't seen in dozens of shows on Food Network and elsewhere over the past 20 or so years.
Audience Reviews for Eater's Guide To The World: Season 1
Nov 17, 2020The show is enjoyable. Going beyond the food and diving into the social aspects of food is what makes a good food show for me. There has been a huge void since losing Bourdain. While there will never be a replacement, there have been a few good contenders and this is one.
Nov 12, 2020The thing about this show is that it seem to be trying too hard. It's like every other food show out there, yet...not. They swear and use off color jokes to show how unique they are, and quite a few of the characters are super annoying (esp. Noor in the Casablanca episode who seems to think she's a real celebrity- SHE WAS SO ANNOYING) ..... the VoiceOver by Maya Rudolph is a bit weird too, trying to be jokey and relavant, but, all in all, it falls a little flat.