A spin-off of Bravo's hit show Top Chef. In the series, world-renowned chefs compete against each other in weekly challenges. The show is different from Top Chef, which typically features ... See full summary »
In each episode, three chefs push their grilling talents to the limit as they do battle in fiery culinary challenges, cooking up creative, mouthwatering, flame-kissed dishes. One chef is ... See full summary »
An Americanized version of the original Japanese TV series having to do with culinary competition set in a TV studio where one chef competes against others for an opportunity to eventually ... See full summary »
I'm a reality TV food competition show junkie, for sure - used to buy Top Chef U.S. when each new series came out & have rewatched both the U.S. & Canadian versions several times. Top Chef Canada comes through for me when I get tired of the increasing tricks & attempts to produce drama via gimmicks on the U.S. version. Sure, TCC has some of that, as do all of these Bravo-originated shows. But the comportment, behavior & skills of the Canadian contestants often provide fresh air. I just watched the last (6th) season for the 2nd time & was also engaged & impressed by the level of skill & interest shown, especially by Ross Larkin, Mark Singson, Jinhee Lee & the two from the East coast/French Canadian provinces; J.P. Miron & Darren Rogers, & Matt Sullivan. Tons of talent in this season - the most I've seen in any competition since TCUS, Season 6. Very entertaining for those interested in cooking and/or creative challenges. It took me a minute to get used to Eden Grinchpan (what a name, eh?) - she's kind of loud - now, per her fun-loving personality & realness, she's one of my fave hosts. Because it's reality TV, maybe, I don't think this show gets the cred it should.
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