Maverick chef David Chang is headed back to Netflix for some globe-trotting, food-gorging fun this fall. Unlike Chang’s first collaboration with the streaming giant, “Ugly Delicious,” which focused on various culinary themes, his latest effort, “Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner,” will take more of the Anthony Bourdain/Andrew Zimmern food travelogue approach.

The series, which debuts October 23, is an easily digestible four episodes which will focus on Chang and a rotating celebrity travel partner eating their way through a different culinary hotspot. For a small bite of what’s in store, you can check out the just released trailer here:

No surprise that Seth Rogen will be indulging in his favorite pastime (*cough* he will have the munchies *cough*) as he serves as a guide to his hometown of Vancouver for the show’s premiere. Episode two will follow Chang and foodie goddess Chrissy Teigen in Marrakech—expect camel rides, pottery making, and of course, plenty of incredible eats.

The season wraps up with a pair of extremely funny and brilliant ladies. Multi-hyphenate Lena Waithe will offer her wit and wisdom for an episode exploring the vibrant food scene of Los Angeles (home to Chang’s critically-acclaimed and always packed Majordomo restaurant) while “Saturday Night Live” sensation Kate McKinnon gets a lesson on noodles and Cambodian history in Phnom Penh.

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Also joining in on the fun is Academy Award-winning producer and director Morgan Neville who worked with Chang on “Ugly Delicious.”

Though the first run of “Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner” will be brief, Chang fans can look forward to more “Ugly Delicious” which recently wrapped production on its second season. Of course, you can watch the series’ first season right now on Netflix, along with “Chef’s Table,” “Somebody Feed Phil,” “Taco Chronicles,” and the network’s seemingly endless buffet of additional foodie programming.

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David is a food and culture writer based in Los Angeles by way of New York City. His work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, CBS Local, Mashable, and Gawker.
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