Somebody Feed Phil Season 5: Phil Rosenthal Show Explained

Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal travels the world again in Season 5 of Somebody Feed Phil

The travel and food documentary from the creator of Everybody Loves Raymond comes to Netflix for Season 5, which will be released on May 25th.

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From hot tamales to chocolate croissants, everything you need to know is here.

Who is Phil Rosenthal?

Philip Rosenthal is an American television writer best known as the writer, creator, and executive producer of the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond and The Simpsons film.

Phil Rosenthal talks about Somebody Feed Phil (Image: Getty)

Since then, Phil has recently ventured into presenting travel and food documentaries such as “I’ll Have What Phil’s Having” on PBS, which he hosts with his daughter Lily, and “Somebody Feed Phil” on Netflix.

Phil has been married to American actress Monica Horan, who played the role of Amy MacDougall-Barone in Everybody Loves Raymond, since 1990 and has two children, Lily and Ben.

The 62-year-old has a net worth of $200 million from his career spanning three decades.

Where is he going in the series?

Throughout the five seasons of Somebody Feed Phil, Rosenthal is joined by family and friends as he travels the world.

He has previously visited countries such as New Orleans, Bangkok, Mexico City and Rio De Janeiro, where he experienced the different cuisines and cultures.

In the upcoming Season 5, Phil is jetting to Oaxaca in Mexico, Maine, Finland’s capital Helsinki, Portland Oregon and Madrid.

Viewers can expect bright and colorful landscapes, kitchen magic and intriguing backstories to accompany every dish Phil tastes.

What did he say?

Rosenthal told Forbes he wants to inspire people to plan trips and try different cultures and cuisines.

He said: “I find no matter where I travel, people enjoy both wonderful food and a sense of humor. Those are the human qualities I love the most.

“The way you process each experience has to do with your attitude. When you are positive and open, the world is a better place.”

When asked what he wanted viewers to take away from the series, Rosenthal said, “One word: Go! I want them to go Get off the couch. Planning a trip. You’ll feel better if you plan it. Then when you leave, your life will change. Traveling is the most mind-expanding thing we can do – I think the world would be a better place if we could all learn a little bit about other people’s experiences.

Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal (Image: Getty)

“What you get in return is nothing short of a changed perspective. A new way of looking at the world and you bring that home with you.”

How can I watch the broadcast?

All five episodes will be available to stream on Netflix when they premiere on May 25.

Fans of the travel and food documentary can also watch the previous four seasons, which can also be found on the streaming platform. Somebody Feed Phil Season 5: Phil Rosenthal Show Explained


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