Now, The Wall Street Journal spilled the beans about a new show about fancypants private chefs back in December (remember: "There will be non-rich too" according to the show). But even though news about Private Chefs of Beverly Hills has been out for a few weeks already (especially among the television gossip websites) and despite the fact that a pilot has already aired (see here for a clip), today the Food Network has made it official-er, announcing this morning that they've started production on six episodes of the new reality series. The full press release can be enjoyed right here:
FOOD NETWORK BEGINS PRODUCTION ON NEW REALITY SERIES PRIVATE CHEFS OF BEVERLY HILLS
NEW YORK January 14, 2010 Production begins this month on a new series, Private Chefs of Beverly Hills, it was announced today by Food Network. Slated to premiere in April, the series, produced by Target Entertainment, will shoot six episodes following Big City Chefs, Beverly Hills' premiere private chef placement agency. On-call at all hours of the day, this group of talented chefs cater to the over-the-top and eclectic clientele in Los Angeles' most posh neighborhood. Viewers will get a glimpse into the secret and high-demand world of culinary glamour where anything is possible.
· Private Chefs on the TV [Eater National]