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Top Chef Masters, Season 4HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Bravo’s Top Chef Masters Season 4 is smokin’ in Las Vegas with 12 new award-winning chefs hungry to compete for the title and win $100,000 for their charity. In each episode, the winners of every Quickfire Challenge will be awarded $5,000 while the victors of the Elimination Challenges will receive $10,000 for their designated charities. Celebrity chef Curtis Stone is back as series host alongside returning judges James Oseland and Ruth Reichl with new judges, food and travel journalist Krista Simmons, and features editor of Gilt Taste, Francis Lam. In a dazzling season of high stakes, big egos and sizzling drama, top names in entertainment join the judges table including Boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, folk rock music duo Indigo Girls, famed Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese, popular American party band The B-52s, Olympic Gold Medalist Brian Boitano, Las Vegas performer Holly Madison, among others. “Top Chef Masters” pits 12 world-renowned chefs against each other to see how well they fare in fierce culinary competition. Based at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, each week will whittle down the chefs until the finale where one winner is crowned “Top Chef Master” and receives the grand prize of $100,000 for the charity of their choice. The chefs are bringing more than their knives to the table; they’re bringing their egos and stirring up the drama... all for charity.

Customer Reviews


For a bunch of master chefs they sure do laugh and joke around a lot. I found the show very off-putting. It seems like they're all at a party and trying very hard to be popular and "cool." I'd prefer they behave professionally. The earlier seasons were fascinating because the focus was on the cooking techniques. It might have been the Las Vegas influence, but it really seemed like a circus.

Interesting. . .

It's hard to tell after just one show but so far, not bad. The chef's have to act cool and crack jokes because the bottom line with masters is that they're trying to sell themselves, their restaurants, television shows and so on. This doesn't mean that they're not serious or competitive. I'm looking forward to this season because the skill level is high and yet the backgrounds of the chefs are so different that I think this group will prove to be fun to watch.

Top Chef Masters, Season 4
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  • HD Version
  • Genre: Reality TV
  • Released: Jul 25, 2012
  • CCin English

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