THE CHEF SHOW Stream on Netflix. It’s easy to see why Jon Favreau and Roy Choi signed on to host this food travel show. One of the new episodes finds them chomping down smoked fish at Wexler’s Deli in Southern California. (“It looks so good,” Choi marvels.) Another begins with footage of the two sampling red wine given to them by Wolfgang Puck. (Favreau’s conclusion: “It’s good.”) Other highlights from the latest batch of episodes, released Wednesday, include the pair getting a lesson in cooking Peruvian ceviche from the chefs and restaurateurs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, and cooking bread and biscuits with the filmmaker Sam Raimi. Raimi seems mildly envious of the pair’s gig: “Boy,” he says while holding a steaming bowl of delicious-looking food, “this is one of the toughest shoots I’ve been on.”
JUSTIN BIEBER: SEASONS Stream on YouTube. Last week, Justin Bieber released “Changes,” his first album in a half-decade, in which he attempts to reimagine himself by fully embracing R&B. Accompanying the new album is “Seasons,” a YouTube series that chronicles his return, his music-making process and his struggles with stardom, which include several years of drug abuse. “The first few episodes of ‘Seasons’ are about, loosely, how the sausage gets made,” Jon Caramanica wrote in a recent article in The New York Times. “But the subsequent ones are something else altogether — a picture of how the sausage almost doesn’t get made.”
What’s on TV
YEAR OF THE RABBIT 10:30 p.m. on IFC. The writer-performer Matt Berry is known overseas for playing a sleazy corporate executive and failed actor in the British sitcoms “The IT Crowd” and “Toast of London,” but domestic audiences are probably most likely to recognize him as one of the vampire roommates in the ongoing “What We Do in the Shadows” TV series. Berry dons a figurative detective’s cap and literal mutton chops in this Victorian spoof, in which he plays a foul-mouthed inspector in 19th-century London. The story sees his character attempting to solve crime alongside two partners, one of them very inexperienced (played by Freddie Fox) and another far more adept than him (Susan Wokoma).
NATURE: THE MIGHTY WEASEL 8 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). An orchestral arrangement of “Pop Goes the Weasel” opens this latest entry in PBS’s “Nature” documentary series. The program strikes a playful tone as it educates viewers about the minutiae of weasel life, and the lives of some related mammals. Ana Gasteyer, the actress and former “Saturday Night Live” cast member, narrates.
BLACK PATRIOTS: HEROES OF THE REVOLUTION 10 p.m. on History. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar hosts this hourlong documentary, which centers on the experiences of African-Americans during the Revolutionary War. The figures it looks at include the poet Phillis Wheatley, the soldier Peter Salem and Crispus Attucks, whose death during the Boston Massacre helped spark the revolution.