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‘Eater’s Guide to the World’ Premieres This Fall on Hulu

Maya Rudolph will narrate the series, which debuts on November 11

Man sitting outdoors with a bento box in his lap. Photo by Alex Craig

Hulu Original Eater’s Guide to the World, a food-and-travel series produced by Eater and Vox Media Studios, will celebrate some of the world’s most storied culinary destinations when it debuts on the streaming service this November. Emmy-nominated actress Maya Rudolph will provide narration.

Each of the seven episodes in this season invite the viewer along on a singular quest — whether in search of the best bite for when you’re on-the-go, or finding dining destinations in the dim hours before dawn — at different locations around the world. Season 1 includes stops in Casablanca, Tijuana, New York City, Costa Rica, Los Angeles, Miami, DC, the Pacific Northwest, and Atlanta.

In the current and impossibly difficult time for the industry, the series provides us a tremendous opportunity to celebrate restaurants and the beloved talents behind them. It’s a reminder to the world of what we lose when restaurants shutter, with a hopeful eye toward the future. And it’s the ultimate love letter to eating.

Stay tuned for more information about our premiere season on Hulu and Eater’s coverage of the series — including maps, recipes, and more of those restaurants featured in each episode — starting November 11.

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