Critically acclaimed and visually stunning Netflix series Chef's Table returns for a third season come September 2, the streaming service announced today.
While the first two seasons took filmmaker David Gelb (Jiro Dreams of Sushi) and his crew jet-setting across the globe to follow chefs like San Francisco's Dominique Crenn, Gaggan Anand of Thailand, and Brazil's Alex Atala, season three will have a more singular focus: French chefs.
Per a press release, Chef's Table: France "will showcase the crème de la crème of French chefs; talking about what inspires them and how it translates into their individual styles." Its four episodes will follow two big names many viewers will be familiar with — Alain Passard and Michel Troisgros — as well as two other chefs that aren't quite as well known outside of France: Adeline Grattard of Paris's French-Asian fusion hot spot Yam’Tcha, and Alexandre Couillon of the two Michelin-starred La Marine in Normandy.
Get ready to binge watch starting at 12:01 a.m. on September 2 (conveniently, that's Labor Day weekend). A fourth season is also coming in 2017, featuring chefs such as ramen master Ivan Orkin and LA's Nancy Silverton.