Netflix’s July 2023 lineup gets a little tastier with a new cutthroat cooking competition series coming to the service in all regions except the UK.
Judges from Michelin-starred chef Michel Roux Jr., mentored by chefs and industry insiders Mike Reid and Ravneet Gill, present the series about seven professional chefs who compete to bring their concept of fine dining to the historic Palm Court restaurant at the luxurious Langham Hotel in London. It was filmed in early to mid-2022.
Michel Albert Roux is an Anglo-French chef with two Michelin stars to his credit. He has previously appeared on Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen series and BBC series kitchen master.
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for him Palm Court websitethe new restaurant that won the contest series is scheduled to launch on July 14, with tables available to reserve now.
The series aired on Channel 4 (a state-owned but independently run network behind Eldest brother, derry girlsand the intermediates) from June 8, 2023.
Now it’s Netflix’s turn to stream the show, with all six episodes (each running 60 minutes) on July 14.
Twenty Twenty is producing the series for Channel 4 and Netflix, a subsidiary of Warner Bros. Discovery. Bradley Edwards commissioned the show for Netflix with Amanda Westwood serving as executive producer.
Per Twenty Twenty, here’s their description of the new series:
“London’s five-star hotel, The Langham, is looking for a new chef. This innovative competition program features a truly extraordinary prize: a restaurant in one of London’s most luxurious hotels.”
Netflix UK notably doesn’t have the show in its July 2023 lineup, given airing on Channel 4. That said, we’re likely to see the show added to Netflix in the UK in the coming years, but notably without Netflix. original brand.
For more on what’s coming to Netflix in July 2023, keep it locked here at What’s on Netflix.
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