Cue up the Vivaldi: Chef’s Table is coming back to Netflix this month. The team behind the Emmy-winning series recently revealed a new lineup of cooks that will get the serious documentary treatment, and now a fresh trailer gives viewers their first glimpse at Season 5.
Following years of complaints that the show was too focused on white men, the latest installment of David Gelb’s docuseries will finally include more women and people of color. New episodes feature Cristina Martinez (chef/co-proprietor of acclaimed Philadelphia Mexican restaurant South Philly Barbacoa), Bo Songvisava (Bo.Lan, Bangkok), Musa Dağdeviren (multiple restaurants in Istanbul), and Albert Adrià (Tickets, Barcelona). A sixth season, featuring the likes of Mashama Bailey (The Grey; Savannah, Georgia), Sean Brock (Husk, Nashville), Asma Khan (Darjeeling Express, London), and Dario Cecchini (multiple restaurants and meat shop in Panzano, Italy) is in the works for a 2019 premiere.
Chef’s Table Season 5 will be available to stream on Netflix next Friday, September 28.