A new show called ‘Dishing with Julia Child’ coming to PBS

Julia Child has been getting plenty of posthumous love. Last fall we reported on an upcoming documentary featuring the legendary cook and author, and now we have another show to tell you about. This one is coming to public television as a six part series in which chefs and food personalities provide commentary on a different episode of The French Chef. As Delish says, the show “sounds like a reaction video on YouTube only WAY BETTER.”

The A-list cast who will be leading the discussion includes José Andrés, Rick Bayless, Carla Hall, Vivian Howard, Sara Moulton, Jacques Pépin, Éric Ripert, Marcus Samuelsson, and Martha Stewart. These luminaries will share their favorite memories of working with or being inspired by Julia.

If you have PBS Passport or PBS Living, you will be able to catch the episodes beginning on February 28. If you can stand to wait, the show will air on Fridays from April 3-17 on PBS, according to Media Player News.

Post a comment


  • vickster  on  February 25, 2020

    Do you know the actual name of the show so I can search?

  • SandraDeeCee  on  February 25, 2020

    I’ve always loved Julia Child’s show. It was my first introduction to actual cooking. I’m so exited for this!

  • darcie_b  on  February 25, 2020

    The name of the show is in the title of the post – Dishing with Julia Child

Seen anything interesting? Let us know & we'll share it!