The six-episode season will skewer a range of fine dining tropes, that are all too familiar to fans of cooking shows.
The series was created and written by CollegeHumor cast member and head writer Rekha Shankar, who also serves as an executive producer.
“Cooking shows are one of my favorite things to watch,” said Shankar. “But while the most gorgeous food shows are full of love and passion, they can also be full of dysfunctional personalities and bizarre ideas. I hope Gods of Food resonates with foodies like me in that it’s full of beautiful food, but also pokes fun at some of the tendencies of culinary shows.”
The show stars Don Fanelli (Nightcap) as Anthony D’Anthony, Krizia Bajos (The Casagrandes) as Julia Splenderpoot,