The show from Eater and PBS — hosted by Marcus Samuelsson — takes a look at food culture across America
No Passport Required, the show from Eater and PBS, and celebrates the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture. In each of the new season’s six episodes, chef and host Marcus Samuelsson headed to a different American city to learn more about how a particular community has influenced the area it now calls home. The first season premiered on Tuesday, July 10; all episodes can be streamed here.
Each hour-long episode of Season 2 focuses on food culture in a different immigrant community in a new city: Seattle, Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, and Boston.
How to watch No Passport Required
The first season aired on PBS every Tuesday from July 10 through August 14. Season 2 will air Mondays at 9/8C on PBS. The next episode is “Los Angeles,” on Monday, January 20. (Check local listings.)
No Passport Required can be streamed on the PBS Living Prime Video Channel on Amazon for $2.99/month (after a seven-day free trial). Individual episodes can be downloaded on Amazon for $2.99 each, or can be downloaded on iTunes for $2.99 an episode or $14.99 for the season.
Watch the “Seattle” episode here.
On social: Tag @eater, @pbs, and #nopassrequiredpbs if you share clips, pictures, or quotes from the show. Head to PBS to learn more about the show, find character bios, and get recipes to cook at home.