Today Bravo announced a new series, Life After Top Chef, in which a bunch of cameras follow former cheftestapants around and document all the wacky things that happen to them. According to Bravo, the "stars" of the series are the "most beloved former cheftestants": Jen Carroll in Philadelphia, Richard Blais in Atlanta, Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles, and Spike Mendelsohn in DC.
This is probably one of Bravo's worst-kept secrets, as tipsters have been reporting to Eater for months that cameras have been following these people around for a new show. Anyway, viewers will get to watch them "reach milestones in their personal lives and culinary careers" while "opening their own restaurants" and "expanding their growing franchises."
In addition, Bravo announced the series SUR (working title) that features the "exclusive Hollywood restaurant and lounge," SUR from Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump. Wrote Bravo in a press release: "Declaring it the sexiest establishment she's ever owned and 'the place you take your mistress,' Lisa rules over her lively and mischievous staff with a platinum fist." The network also improbably greenlit a second season of Chef Roblé & Co.