February 20, 2020 at 6:55 pm #1203354494
It’s finally back! We’ve been due for an all-stars season for awhile now, so here it is! Premieres Thursday, March 19 2020 @ 10 PM ET on Bravo with a super-sized episode.
Check out the All-Stars returning for “Top Chef” season 17 below:
Eric Adjepong (Season 16: Kentucky) Washington, D.C.
Karen Akunowicz (Season 13: California) Boston, Massachusetts
Jennifer Carroll (Season 6: Las Vegas, Season 8: All Stars, and Last Chance Kitchen Season 7) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C.
Stephanie Cmar (Season 11: New Orleans) Boston, Massachusetts
Lisa Fernandes (Season 4: Chicago) Brooklyn, New York
Kevin Gillespie (Season 6: Las Vegas) Atlanta, Georgia
Gregory Gourdet (Season 12: Boston) Portland, Oregon
Jamie Lynch (Season 14: Charleston) Charlotte, North Carolina
Melissa King (Season 12: Boston) San Francisco, California
Brian Malarkey (Season 3: Miami) San Diego, California
Nini Nguyen (Season 16: Kentucky) New York, New York
Joe Sasto (Season 15: Colorado) Los Angeles, California
Angelo Sosa (Season 7: Washington D.C. and Season 8: All Stars New York) San Diego, California
Bryan Voltaggio (Season 6: Las Vegas) Frederick, Maryland
Lee Anne Wong (Season 1: San Francisco and Last Chance Kitchen Season 7) Maui, Hawaii
Watch out for Lee Anne, the other Voltaggio bro, Gregory, and Joe Sasto!
Discuss.February 21, 2020 at 7:44 am #1203354983
Bryan Voltaggio and Lee Anne Wong
These are my two favs hope one of them wins 🙂
Saying that I am beyond excited to see Joe and AngeloFebruary 21, 2020 at 8:21 am #1203355037
there is zero doubt in my mind that Bryan doesnt win
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Episode Title: “It’s Like They Never Left!”
Synopsis: A mise-en-place challenge set at the historic Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles kicks off an intense Quickfire battle between 15 of the competition’s fiercest challengers. Then, the first elimination challenge takes the Chefs to the beach to cook a seafood meal–however, their only heat source will be fire. Season Premiere.
Discuss.March 20, 2020 at 7:05 am #1203387968
That was a disgusting looking flatbread.March 20, 2020 at 12:04 pm #1203388377
Great season premiere! I’m gonna miss Joe Sasto. I liked him as a personality on his season with his memorable mustache action going on, and it’s sad that he was the first to go home. I thought Lee Anne was a goner with her rookie mistake of overcooking her halibut on the grill with all that oil. The cast of all-stars is rich and dynamic. This promises to be an intense season, and I’m all here for it! Congrats, Gregory! Establish yourself as the frontrunner to beat in the first episode! It looks like the finale will be in Europe this season. Very exciting! It’ll be nice to see Italy in all its culinary richness before COVID-19 touched down on it and left so much death behind. So terrible.March 21, 2020 at 10:42 am #1203389326
Find somebody you like on the cast and he will be eliminated first or pretty quickly. But yeah, Joe deserved to go. He fucked up the pasta during the quickfire and then the flatbread.
I don’t know who the guy with Joe and Leeanne is. Something with an M. If you were to tell me he’s the only new contestant on the show, I would believe you.
Happy to have the show back.March 21, 2020 at 12:12 pm #1203389396
Brian Malarkey. He was from wayyyy back in season 3.
Mess that half of my predicted top 4 were on the losing team this week and one went home lol. It’s still early though! At least Gregory and Brian are the ones to beat right now.March 26, 2020 at 3:40 pm #1203395889
Episode Title: “The Jonathan Gold Standard”
Synopsis: The remaining chefs honor the late, great Pulitzer-Prize winning food critic Jonathan Gold; using Gold’s last guide list, the chefs fan out all over Los Angeles to sample the unique food trucks, mom-and-pop cafés, and ethnic cuisine; another contestant is eliminated from the competition.
Discuss.March 27, 2020 at 7:17 am #1203396768
Is it bad I thought Angelo’s dish looked really good? They all did to me lol except for Kevin’s tbh.March 27, 2020 at 9:04 am #1203396977
I had to look up who Jonathan Gold was. Angelo’s dish looked a hot mess, and Jennifer did warn him that something was off with his broth. Very pleased for Kevin. Poor guy’s health troubles seemed horrendous, so I’m glad he’s recovered and thriving in the competition. It’s ridiculous the level of talent competing in “All-Stars” this season!March 27, 2020 at 8:44 pm #1203397762
I think I’m gonna follow “Last Chance Kitchen” again this season. It’s not like I have anything better to do with my time right now lmao. Just b/c he’s one of my favs and I want to see him redeem himself, yay Joe Sasto!April 2, 2020 at 7:32 am #1203406176
Episode Title: “Stroke of Genius”
Synopsis: Comedic superstars Ali Wong and Randall Park swing by the Top Chef kitchen for a Quickfire challenge tasking the remaining chefs to make the wackiest fried rice they can; in the elimination challenge, the chefs head to the famed Getty Museum to seek inspiration from the art there; another contestant is eliminated from the competition.
Discuss.April 3, 2020 at 7:19 am #1203407803
They all had really good looking dishes. That was a tough call for elimination though. Stephanie and Jamie seemed like a close call couldhave been either.
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