The New Food TV Shows & Movies to Stream in March

published Mar 1, 2018
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A new month means new movies and TV shows to watch on Netflix. This March there are a handful of food shows to consider, including a British comedy about a secret cooking club and a Pinterest-inspired show about baking. And Gordon Ramsay’s Masterchef Junior returns to TV!

Coming to Netflix

• Beerfest (March 1)

This comedy follows two brothers who find themselves in Germany during Oktoberfest. They stumble upon a beer-drinking competition where they lose. They assemble a team in the United States and come back to show people what they’ve really got.

• Nailed It: Season 1 (March 9)

If I had to choose one new food show to watch this month, this would be it. So many food shows out there right now are about competing, or learning how to cook, or traveling the world. This is not one of those shows. This promises to be funny and light-hearted, which I think we need more of in the food space. Also, the hosts are going to be great. Do you follow Nicole Byer on Twitter? You should.

We wrote more about this Pinterest-themed show here, in case you want to learn more.

Coming to Hulu

• A Feast at Midnight (March 1)

This British comedy focuses on a bunch of outcasts at boarding school who go against their headmasters healthy eating regime and form a secret society where they cook and eat whatever they want at midnight.

• MasterChef Junior: Season 6 Premiere (March 3)

MasterChef Junior is back this March! Watch as kids compete for the gold as judges Christina Tosi, Gordon Ramsay, and Joe Bastianich help them along.

• Food Wars!: Season 2 (March 13)

This anime TV show follows Sōma Yukihira, a brave amateur chef who goes to culinary school.

Coming to Amazon Prime

• A Feast at Midnight (March 1)

See above for the trailer and more information on this British comedy.

Coming to HBO

Nothing new this month

Drinks to Sip While Streaming

What are you going to watch this month?