We hope you're hungry because this fall, Netflix will have a rich assortment of food shows, and there's something for everyone. Whether you're eager to get festive with The Great British Baking Show: Holidays or you prefer a belly laugh courtesy of the kooky creations on Nailed It!, you're sure to find a fall show for you.

Here are the food shows coming to Netflix this fall (and early winter).

Chef's Table: Pizza

Chef's Table will continue to treat viewers to the works of talented chefs from around the world, but this time, the show is all about pizza. Given that there are so many unique interpretations of what makes for a good pie, we can likely expect a lot of creativity on this season of Chef's Table.

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The Great British Baking Show

We've still got a bit more time until The Great American Baking Show premieres on the Roku Channel next year, but until then we have a new season of The Great British Baking Show to keep us satisfied. With a new set of eager competitors, this season is sure to bring new levels of excitement to the baking tent.

The Great British Baking Show: Holidays

Nothing gets us in the holiday spirit quite like a group of amateur bakers presenting their best cakes, pies, and other decadent sweets. This holiday-centric version of The Great British Baking Show will air on November 18, just in time for you to find some inspiration for your Thanksgiving dessert table.

Easy-Bake Battle

Hello, nostalgia! Inspired by the Hasbro toy that churned out little cakes, this new cooking competition will focus on quick and easy recipes that still impress. Easy-Bake Battle will be hosted by Queer Eye's Antoni Porowski and is slated to premiere on October 12.

Nailed It!

Although Nailed It! has baked its way through six seasons, the Netflix series somehow manages to bring more hilarity and mayhem each year. Returning on October 5, just in time for spooky season, the upcoming season of Nailed It! will reportedly be Halloween-themed.

Somebody Feed Phil

Phil Rosenthal is hitting the road once again for the sixth season of Somebody Feed Phil. This time around, the Everybody Loves Raymond creator is heading to Croatia, Nashville, Santiago, and others, to explore their local cuisine. Viewers can join Phil for his adventures when the new season premieres October 18.

Drink Masters

With so many cooking competitions, Drink Masters is a welcome break from the cakes, pizzas, and other booze-less creations. Consisting of 10 40-minute episodes, Drink Masters will feature 12 mixologists all competing for the coveted title of Ultimate Drink Master. The Netflix series will premiere on October 28.

Snack vs. Chef

Feeling snacky? You're in luck! Premiering on November 30 is Snack vs. Chef, a series that highlights 12 chefs who are tasked with recreating classic snacks. The series is hosted by comedians Megan Stalter and Hari Kondabolu, so you can expect a few laughs along the way.

Cook at All Costs

This competition series will grant three home cooks the opportunity to bid on ingredients from a pool of $25,000. Competitors will have to decide if a splurge will elevate their meal, or if they'll be just fine keeping things thrifty. The Jordan Andino-hosted show will premiere on December 16.

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