Bravo to debut “Life After Top Chef” in October

The Magical Elves-produced series will take its cameras out of the kitchen to follow the lives of four former "chef'testants."
August 28, 2012

Life After Top Chef, the upcoming Bravo series that follows the lives of four former “chef’testants,” will make its debut via the NBCUniversal cable net on October 3.

The Magical Elves-produced spin-off, announced at Bravo’s Upfront in April, will feature such fan favorites as Richard Blais in Atlanta; Philadelphia-based Jen Carroll; Spike Mendelsohn in D.C.; and Fabio Viviani in Los Angeles. The cameras will capture the ups and downs as they approach milestones both in their personal lives and their careers, according to Bravo.

Executive producers for the series are Dan Cutforth, Jane Lipsitz, Casey Criley and Nan Strait.


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