Bravo Returns with 'Top Chef' and Gordon Ramsay-Produced 'America's Best Restaurant'
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If you're already tired of the spring television lineup, Bravo has announced a hefty schedule for the upcoming year, including a renewal of Top Chef and Top Chef Masters.
Top Chef will be returning for its 11th season, Deadline reports, while Top Chef Masters gets its fifth season. No word on Top Chef: Just Desserts, which means we might be stuck with CBS's American Baking Competition.
In the meantime, two new shows are in the works, with Eat, Drink, Love debuting this summer. Formerly titled Sex and the Kitchen, the show follows around "single, successful, beautiful" ladies who are "connected to the restaurant and food industry in Los Angeles." "These ladies take on the traditionally male-dominated industry in their own way as they juggle a world where business always mixes with pleasure," the press release says (a rehash of Bravo's old release, apparently).
Bravo has also greenlit a new show produced with Gordon Ramsay, modeled after Ramsay's Best Restaurant. Titled America's Best Restaurant, the competition series travels across the country and asks America's best restaurants to compete against each other. Not sure how you're going to get Thomas Keller to battle Eric Ripert, but maybe it'll be a bit more lowbrow than that.
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