[09/01/16 - 06:30 AM] Video: Netflix Releases Trailer for "Chef's Table: France" The four special episodes are dedicated to four of the world's most renowned French chefs and will all premiere globally on September 2.
[via press release from Netflix]
NETFLIX RELEASES TRAILER FOR "CHEF'S TABLE: FRANCE"
Today, Netflix released the trailer for the Netflix original series Chef's Table: France. The trailer can be seen here:
A new installment of the critically acclaimed and Emmy nominated series, the four special episodes of Chef's Table: France are dedicated to four of the world's most renowned French chefs and will all premiere globally on September 2, 2016.
Audiences are invited back to take another globe trot with Chef's Table: France where the series will showcase the cr�me de la cr�me of French chefs; talking about what inspires them and how it translates into their individual styles. The filmmakers embark on a personal look into the daily lives of these carefully curated chefs, from their diverse backgrounds to the evolution and craft of their chosen cuisine as well as their quests for sensory perfection.
The four French chefs featured in Chef's Table: France are:
Alain Passard, L'Arpege
Adeline Grattard, Yam'Tcha
Alexandre Couillon, La Marine
Michel Troisgros, Maison Troisgros
A Boardwalk Pictures production, Chef's Table: France is created, executive produced and directed by David Gelb. Clay Jeter, Andrew Fried and Brian McGinn return as directors, with Abigail Fuller directing as well. Fried and McGinn are executive producers with Dane Lillegard as Co-Executive Producer for Boardwalk Pictures.
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