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In this docuseries, irreverent foodie Eddie Huang travels around, exploring cultural issues through the lens of the local food. The series is part of the Viceland channel's stable of unconventional takes on conventional TV genres. Huang's World is a Comedy Documentary & Biography Food Travel series that is currently running and has 4 seasons (54 episodes). The series first aired on October 8, 2012. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.0.

Huang's World is available for streaming on the Viceland website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Huang's World on demand at Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Viceland, Sling, Google Play, iTunes online.

Thursday at 10:00 PM et/pt on Viceland
4 Seasons, 54 Episodes
October 8, 2012
Comedy Documentary & Biography Food Travel
8.0/10
Cast: Eddie Huang, Bill Esparza, Andrew Aydin, Aaron Bondaroff
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Huang's World Full Episode Guide

  • Eddie explores Dubai’s first industrial revolution.

  • Eddie explores Peru’s biodiversity.

  • Eddie drives through LA exploring the city's food history from the invent of the drive-thru to the current health and wellness food movements.

  • Eddie visits Seoul to see how Korea's rise through soft power has affected the country for better or for worse.

  • Eddie explores monoculture and exclusionary vacation destinations in the Cape.

  • Eddie takes viewers on a journey through his New York, introducing viewers to his friends and family.

  • Eddie explores Hawaiian identity in the margins of its own habitat and how Hawaiians seek to take the island back.

  • Eddie explores Japanese individualism and singularity.

  • Eddie checks out Toronto by embedding himself in a handful of immigrant communities to better understand how ethnic food flourishes under the support of multiculturalism.

  • Eddie heads to our nation's capital to explore the food, culture, and politics of Washington D.C. during the Inauguration of Donald Trump.

  • Eddie Huang travels to China with his parents to explore his heritage as a Taiwanese-Chinese-American, and to discover the most important dish of his life: Red Cooked Pork.

  • Eddie Huang heads to his parents homeland and explores the complex history of the Taiwanese people.

  • Eddie goes to his childhood home to spend Chinese New Year with his family and reflect on how the unique culture in Orlando, Florida has influenced his life and career.

  • Eddie Huang travels to Istanbul to eat the diverse food of the region, and ends up experiencing first hand the changing religious landscape of a once cosmopolitan society.

  • Eddie spends this episode drinking wine and enjoying the culture in Burgundy, France and learns about the history of the region that makes some of the most well known wines in the world.

  • Eddie travels to the border of Mexico to find out about the dynamic between a developing country and a first world of the United States.

  • Eddie Huang travels to Sicily to discover the ancient Arabic and African influence on Sicilian culture and cuisine; and finds a new wave of immigrants changing Sicily once again.

  • In the series premiere, Eddie Huang travels to Jamaica, where he learns firsthand about the country's economic struggles since it gained independence from Britain in 1962.