I’ll Have What Phil’s Having will continue, but the series is making a big move. The host of the series, Phil Rosenthal, shared about the move on his Twitter account.
Season one of the food series aired on PBS, but season two will air exclusively on Netflix. Per Deadline, his video message said the following:
“I just want to thank you all for your support this year and I’m so happy you liked the food and travel show and I’ve gotten all your messages on social media asking are there going to be more shows. … I wish I had some information for you but…”
After that he opened up a fortune cookie that showed the Netflix move. PBS has not made a statement about the move. No date for the second season premiere was released.
Check out his full video message below. Are you a fan of I’ll Have What Phil’s Having? Will you watch the show on Netflix? Tell us what you think.
Dear people, this is happening: pic.twitter.com/WtWnPLaNAQ
— Phil Rosenthal (@PhilRosenthal) January 9, 2017
You bet I will. So much more than just food, it’s like traveling with a good friend. The show highlighted my ancestral home in Italy, which I may never get to. I understand better, my penchant for good cookery as well as needing my guests to feel comfortable. Thank you for the easy format.
Loved the show on PBS and would be willing to sign on to Netflix to get it.
I am a huge fan of the show. I am glad that I found this article. I was hoping for more episodes…somewhere. Netflix will work.
Loved Phil and the series. Unfortunately I don’t have Netflix. Boo hoo.