Phil escorting a pig leg in Barcelona. Source: PBS
The first season of PBS’s newest food program, I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, takes viewers on a culinary world-tour of the most delicious and eccentric dishes. Host Phil Rosenthal, creator of the hit show Everybody Loves Raymond, adds a lighthearted comedic dimension to the show, delighting viewers as he introduces them to cultures they may not be acquainted with.
The show has caught the media’s eye (and stomach), as the internet is filling up with article’s about the international food show:
On Monday’s episode in Italy, you can practically taste the just-made gelato, smell the hillside grill’s searing steak, and fear the fury of a bistro owner discovering his friend has patronized the bistro owner across the street.
Twitter has also been watching and viewers love the show:
I’ll have what Phil’s having, what a feast of a show. Every episode is a delight. #phil‘sfood
— Chris Peterson (@constantblue) November 24, 2015
I’ll Have What Phil’s Having is a very cute and delightful show, i enjoy it very muchly
— burj the turkey (@burjz) November 23, 2015
@PhilRosenthal I’ll have what Phil’s having is my new favorite show. Hoping to see many more episodes/ seasons!
— Brad Gotch (@bradgotch) November 22, 2015
This is the time to sponsor PBS On Air and align your brand with I’ll Have What Phil’s Having and its audience of food lovers.
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