The sixth season of the critically acclaimed TrueSouth Presented by YellaWood premieres on Tuesday, Oct. 10, with new episodes debuting every two weeks. Four-time James Beard Award winner John T. Edge writes and hosts the show, which is produced by Bluefoot Entertainment and executive produced by ESPN senior writer and two-time New York Times best-selling author Wright Thompson. The series revolves around two food stories told from one place, which TrueSouth sets in conversation to make larger points about Southern beliefs and identities. The James Beard Award-nominated show highlights Hot Springs, Ark. to start the season.
TrueSouth is a James Beard Award-nominated limited series on Southern food and culture, airing monthly on SEC Network. Four-time James Beard Award winner John T. Edge writes and hosts the show, which is executive produced by two-time New York Times best-selling author, ESPN senior writer Wright Thompson, and produced by Bluefoot Entertainment.
The series, now in its sixth season, revolves around two food stories told from one place, which TrueSouth sets in conversation to make larger points about Southern beliefs and identities. Seasons 1-5 of TrueSouth are available in their entirety on ESPN+.
Music plays an integral role in TrueSouth's storytelling via on-screen performances and on-screen credits.TrueSouth playlist on Spotify shares the full soundtrack and score of every season of TrueSouth.
|S2:E1||TrueSouth: New Orleans|
|S3:E3||TrueSouth: Fort Benning|
|S4:E1||TrueSouth: Lake Village|
|S4:E2||TrueSouth: Mobile Bay|
|S4:E3||TrueSouth: Scott, La.|
|S4:E4||TrueSouth: St. Louis|
|S4:E5||TrueSouth: Behind The Scenes on the Mississippi River|
|S5:E1||TrueSouth: Tompkinsville, Ky|
|S5:E2||TrueSouth: Madisonville & Camp Benton, Tenn.|
|S5:E3||TrueSouth: Jackson, Miss.|
|S5:E4||TrueSouth: Brunswick & St Simons Island, Ga.|
|S5:E5||TrueSouth: Behind The Scenes on the Mississippi River|