Heads up, Francophiles. The first official trailer for Chef's Table: France is here, and it's sure to pique your interest. Haute cuisine, dramatic music in the form of Paul Dukas's "The Sorcerer's Apprentice," not a lick of English aside from subtitles: This sneak peek has it all.
Netflix's hit show returns for your binging needs this Friday, September 2. After the first two seasons took viewers to various locales around the world, the third installment of the James Beard award-winning documentary series will focus entirely on the birthplace of modern Western culinary tradition. Four episodes will highlight the work of French mega-chefs Alain Passard and Michel Troisgros, as well Adeline Grattard of Paris's French-Asian fusion hot spot Yam'Tcha and Alexandre Couillon of the two-Michelin-starred La Marine in Normandy.
Chef's Table already has been renewed for a fourth season, which should premiere sometime in 2017. It will return to the show's custom of hitting assorted points on the globe. But there's no need to look ahead. Watch the above trailer and prepare to feast your eyes over the long Labor Day weekend.