HBO announced today that Foodie Love, a new drama series from HBO Europe, will be available in the US next month.
Produced by HBO Europe in Spain, Foodie Love is an eight-part drama series that follows two thirty-somethings after they meet on a foodie mobile dating app. They embark on a gastronomic journey, learning about each other through the mediums of jamón, ramen, and fine dining from around the world. Yet while they bond over a shared devotion to Japanese yuzu and a distaste for foodie pretension, their insecurities and doubts fueled by the scars of their previous relationships may prevent them from tasting true love.
Foodie Love premieres in the US with all eight episodes on Monday, July 13, on HBO GO, HBO NOW, and HBO via HBO Max and other partners’ platforms, including HBO on Amazon Channels.
Spanish actress Laia Costa (Victoria, No me quites) plays an intelligent book editor who is somewhat suspicious of relationships. Argentinian actor and director Guillermo Pfening (The German Doctor, Nobody’s Watching) plays a cultured, successful mathematician who is at times a little naive.
Filmed on location in Spain, Italy, France, and Japan, Foodie Love is the first television drama project from Goya Award-winning Isabel Coixet (The Secret Life of Words, My Life Without Me), who created the series and wrote and directed all eight episodes.
A production of Miss Wasabi films for HBO Europe, Foodie Love is executive produced by Miguel Salvat, Steve Matthews, and Antony Root for HBO Europe.
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