Brace for the return of Chef's Table, the critically acclaimed docu-series from binge-watching facilitator Netflix. Season two premieres May 27 on the streaming service with six new episodes, each dedicated to a different chef — and practically all of them are household names for the restaurant-obsessed, including Brazilian chef Alex Atala, San Francisco superstar Dominique Crenn, Enrique Olvera of Mexico City's Pujol, and Grant Achatz of Alinea and Next in Chicago.
And if you burn through those six hour-long episodes at an alarming rate, fret not: Seasons three and four are on the way. The third season will feature four episodes dedicated to renowned French chefs, and will be released later this year; then in early 2017, expect six more episodes featuring chefs such as SoCal bread pioneer Nancy Silverton and ramen guru Ivan Orkin.
Folks in New York can get a special sneak preview of the Achatz episode: It will premiere Saturday at the Tribeca Film Festival.