Netflix has renewed docuseries High on the Hog: How African American Cuisine Transformed America for a second season.
This follows the four-part show’s launch in May.
Adapted from food historian Jessica B. Harris’ book, the series is part culinary show and part travelogue. It follows food writer Stephen Satterfield as he reveals an expansive, eclectic culinary history shaped by slavery, the Civil War, Juneteenth and the present day featuring Western African stews, soul food, barbecue and fine dining.
The series is directed and exec produced by Roger Ross Williams and exec produced by Fabienne Toback and Karis Jagger. It is a One Story Up Production, the company founded by Ross Williams and Geoff Martz.