Top chef is back in the cookhouse in 2020 with some familiar faces breech the dishes! The Emmy-winning cooking championship has returned for its 17th season. Titled Top Chef: All-Stars L.A., the season will see chefs from seasons past rebound back into the melee for another shot at the title of Top Chef.
Read on to boast out everything we know so far about season 17, counting when Top Chef starts, who is in the fling, where the season was shooted and much more.
As the name indicates, Top Chef: All-Stars L.A. will feature 15 past contestants from seasons previously who have still to win the title. They will rebound for another shot at the crown. The cast performs nearly every season from the show’s 13-year run.
Bravo discharged the full cast for season 17 on December 12, 2019. Then, in another discharge, they further detached the contestants into 10 finalists and 5 frontrunners.
Judges carry Ruth Reichl, Marcus Samuelsson, Ali Wong, and Danny Trejo; the winner will draw $250,000, the largest prize ever confered to a Top Chef. Things look as annoying and subsidized as ever, or possibly even more so, as for the first time Bravo will be hosting a “Top Chef Food and Wine Festival” to concur with the premiere. But at the end we’ll have a 17-way tie for Top Chef. Very special!
For only the second time of the shows long run will they have an All-Star edition snatching contestants from the preceding sixteen seasons. Fifteen chefs clash for the top prize that has baffled them winning defensibly the best and most respected reality culinary TV competition.
Guys are eager for things to start so they can prove their valuation to their respective franchises.
Top Chef 17 will premiere on March 19, 2020 at 10 p.m.