It's like Queer Eye, but for restaurants. Dennis Prescott, the chef expert on the series, even sounds like Antoni Porowski. Over six episodes, Dennis, Nick Liberato and Karin Bohn travel around the world to help struggling restaurants find their identity and hopefully some clientele. TBH, started thinking about going to Malta after just 5 minutes of the episode.
There's Below Deck, Below Deck Mediterranean and Below Deck Sailing Yacht to take you to various locales like Thailand, Greece and British Virgin Islands while serving up all the juicy drama of the ever-changing crew and charter guests.
The ultimate travel and food guide, Anthony Bourdain has seasons worth of material to transport you around the world.
Based on the book of the same name, Samin Nosrat takes viewers around the world in this four-part food documentary series. For fat, we're in Italy, salt is set in Japan, Mexico for acid and California for heat.
The title says it all: The World's Most Extraordinary Homes takes viewers into breathtaking houses around the world.
In the PBS series and later the Netflix show, Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal explores cities around the world and dives deep into their food culture. Episodes are set everywhere from Paris to Mexico City.
The main Queer Eye gives viewers a taste of various cities in the United States, like Kansas City, and Queer Eye: We're in Japan is set in…Japan. The Fab Five do their makeover magic while exploring the cultures around their heroes.
HGTV's standby, House Hunters: International is always there to make you mad when participants complain about appliance sizes and wall colors in foreign countries.
Sure, Survivor is a reality competition series, but it does take viewers to various beaches.
Come for the Jamie Fraser and Claire Randall romance, stay for the beautiful Scottish landscape.
Ellen Page and Ian Daniel take viewers around the world to explore LGBTQ culture. Episodes are set everywhere from Japan and Brazil to Ukraine and France.