Bravo's Emmy-nominated digital video series 'Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen' returns Wednesday, Nov. 28by jmaloni
"Save a Chef" reheats the eliminated chef'testants with a chance for redemption
Bravo's Emmy-nominated "Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen," the groundbreaking digital video series hosted by Tom Colicchio, returns for its second season on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 11:01 p.m.
The stakes are even higher this season, for each week the eliminated chefs face off for not just a chance to return to the competition, but the winner will earn a guaranteed spot in the "Top Chef: Seattle" finale. The series can be seen on desktop, mobile and tablet atwww.BravoTV.com, on BravoNow, iPhone, iPad, as well as iTunes, Amazon, VOD, Xbox, Hulu, Playstation, Connected TVs and wireless carriers. Fans can follow the "Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen" challenges and vote in each week's "Tweet Battle" on www.BravoTV.com, as well as join in the social conversation and see what the chef'testants have to say during the competition by following @bravotopchef on Twitter or liking the "Top Chef" Facebook fan page at http://www.facebook.com/TOPCHEF.
The competition rises to a new level with the launch of "Save a Chef" on Thursday, Nov. 29. Each week, fans can vote for one of two chefs who were already eliminated from "Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen" to move on to the next round of "Save a Chef." The winner will earn a coveted spot in the finale of "Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen." Fans can vote on www.BravoTV.com, via Twitter by tweeting the chef'testant's name with the hashtag #SaveChef (insert chef's name), or by texting 27286 (BRAVO).
The 10th season of the Emmy and James Beard Award-winning series "Top Chef: Seattle" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. Famed chef and restaurant mogul Wolfgang Puck joins as a judge this season, alongside Colicchio, Gail Simmons, Hugh Acheson and Emeril Lagasse, with Padma Lakshmi returning as host, as 21 chef'testants compete for the top crown.