On April 26 Netflix will debut its brand new six-episode original series, Chef's Table, which "goes inside the lives and kitchens" of six of the world's most awesome, illustrious chefs. The series is directed by David Gelb, the same guy who did Jiro Dreams of Sushi (one of our favorites), so it's bound to be good.
As Bon Appétit writes, each of the six hour-long episodes profiles a different chef: Dan Barber (Blue Hill in New York), Magnus Nilsson (Fäviken in Sweden), Niki Nakayama (N/Naka in Los Angeles), Massimo Bottura (Osteria Francescana in Italy), Ben Shewry (Attica in Australia), and Francis Mallmann (Restaurante Patagonia Sur in Argentina).
Check out the article for an interview with Gelb on how the chefs were chosen and on life after Jiro, and then remember to queue up the series on Netflix on April 26!
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