November 27 marked the premiere of Roadfood: Discovering America One Dish At A Time with host Misha Collins on PBS. And in true Misha Collins fashion… fans felt like they were participating in a GISH hunt trying to track down where to watch the program.
Fear not, for Nerds has you covered. Below, we’re breaking down the different ways that fans can/will be able to watch Roadfood.
Roadfood is a program airing on the network PBS. Depending on what region you live in (PBS reaches all states in the USA, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa), the time that the show will air varies. While some regions released the show on its original premiere date, November 27, others have stated that the show is to premiere locally on December 15. Check your local PBS listing to see what time and date Roadfood airs near you.
2. Amazon Prime Video
In addition to being available on PBS, Roadfood is also going to be available on Amazon Prime Video’s PBS Food channel at some point in the future. No specific release date is available yet, but keep your eyes peeled for news on Roadfood’s Twitter.
*Update* As of January 6, episodes 1-4 of Roadfood are now available via the Amazon PBS Living Channel. The PBS Living Channel does require a subscription, which at the time of writing is priced at $2.99 per month. After the initial 4-episode upload, one episode will be uploaded per week. This watch option is not available internationally.
3. Roadfood’s Website
Additionally, there is a tab on Roadfood’s website dedicated to episodes, where new episodes are to be posted. As of now, only a trailer for the first episode has been posted, but we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled for the first episode to drop.
*Update* As of February 14, 2022, all episodes of Roadfood are available to watch through its website. With the launch of this new watch option, the episodes are finally available for international viewers all over the globe to enjoy!
4. The PBS App
Additionally, PBS just announced that thanks to American Public TV, Roadfood will be available on the PBS app through Passport on December 15. However, this too comes with a region-related caveat. Every local PBS station’s Passport qualifications are different, so once again, make sure to check your local listings in order to find out if this is a viable streaming option in your region.
*Update* For more information concerning Passport (including pricing), visit here.
5. Apple TV+ (*Update*)
Furthermore, identical to its option on Amazon Prime Video, as of January 6, episodes 1-4 of Roadfood are available via the Apple PBS Living Channel. Again, the PBS Living Channel does require a subscription, which at the time of writing is priced at $2.99 per month. After the initial 4-episode upload, one episode will be uploaded per week. This watch option is not available internationally.
Depending on where you live, the first episode of Roadfood may or may not currently be available for you to watch (it’s not Misha without a little chaos and confusion). Make sure to check your local PBS listings (as well as Roadfood’s website for more information) and stay tuned here for more information as it becomes available. As always, stay up to date on all of our content concerning Roadfood here.