‘Roadfood’: Available on PBS Passport Today!

Kenedi
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After patiently (or probably not-so-patiently if we asked Roadfood‘s social media managers) waiting for Roadfood to be available to the general public, fans can finally rejoice. As of today, Roadfood is available on PBS Passport for your viewing pleasure!

Pricing for access to the content through Passport is currently $5 a month (Roku + LPB Passport is $10 a month), $60 for a year, and $75 for unending access. Currently, viewing is only available in the United States and Canada (we can hear the cries of “what about international?”), but according to host Misha Collins and Roadfood, the programming will be available internationally in 2022.

We can’t wait to see where the rest of Collins’ travels take us across the United States. Roadfood may or may not be currently available on live television depending on what region you live in. Make sure to visit Roadfood’s website, check out our article on how you can watch the show, and check your local PBS listings. As always, stay up to date on all of our content concerning Roadfood here.

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Kenedi is a college student with her sights set on attending medical school. When she isn't hard at work, Kenedi enjoys reading, watching her favorite shows, and listening to music. Some of her favorite fandoms include Supernatural, One Tree Hill, Bones, Abbott Elementary, Percy Jackson, and Scrubs.
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