Fabio Viviani, Jennifer Carroll, Richard Blais, Spike Mendelsohn
Top Chef will launch yet another spin-off on Wednesday, but this one will not feature any masters or just desserts. In fact, it's not a competition series at all. Life After Top Chef (10/9c, Bravo) will instead do exactly as the title says: offer a behind-the-scenes look at former cheftestants as they run or open restaurants, expand their brands and live their lives.
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The cast includes two-time cheftestants Spike Mendelsohn, Fabio Viviani, Richard Blais and Jennifer Carroll, each of whom are in varying stages of their careers since viewers last saw them on All-Stars nearly two years ago. So what have they been up to? And what can you expect this season? Keep reading to find out.
President Barack Obama and David Letterman
First, FLOTUS and now POTUS!
President Barack Obama will visit Late Show with David Letterman on...
NBC is drawing backlash after it chose to air an interview with Kris Jenner Tuesday instead of the moment of silence marking the 11th anniversary of 9/11.
The memorial, led by President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama in Washington D.C., and the NYPD, FDNY and Port Authority Police at Ground Zero, was broadcast by ABC's Good Morning America, CBS' This Morning and cable networks at 8:46 a.m. on Tuesday — the time the first plane hit the World Trade Center.
Mitt Romney, Barack Obama
The Democrats and Republicans did their best to info-tain you with their party conventions. While the ultimate judgment will come in November, here are the stars who shined and dimmed during the confabs.
President Barack Obama headlined an emotional evening at the Democratic National Convention Thursday, a program which saw former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords lead the Pledge of Allegiance a year and a half after she was shot in the head by a gunman and nearly died.
After a tearful speech from Vice President Joe Biden, the President took the stage and first tipped his hat to DNC stand-out, his wife Michelle Obama. "Michelle, I love you. The other night, I....
First Lady Michelle Obama
Not sure if you should tune in to the final night of the Democratic National Convention? Well First Lady Michelle Obama has a few reasons why you should.
Appearing on Wednesday's Late Show with David Letterman, Obama present the "Top 10 Reasons to Watch the Democratic National Convention." Among them was the fact that — spoiler alert — current President Barack Obama will be nominated! Plus: She promises no more kiss cam.
Their political history may be fraught with tension, but former President Bill Clinton put aside any past disagreements with Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night. The 42nd president gave a rousing speech endorsing Obama's reelection in November, slamming the far right wing of the Republican Party and...
First Lady Michelle Obama closed out the first night of speeches at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday by reflecting on the last four years in the White House with her husband, President Barack Obama.
Telling the audience that "at the end of the day, my most important title is still 'mom-in-chief,'" Mrs. Obama focused on her family life with the president and their two daughters, Malia and Sasha. Her speech was...
Michelle Obama and David Letterman
The third time is the charm for Michelle Obama, who will return to Late Show with David Letterman next week.
The First Lady will appear on the show Wednesday, Aug. 29 as part of her back-to-school media tour, where she will discuss frequent Late Show topics such as...
Before executive producer Greg Berlanti came in to pitch what would become Political Animals, USA Network wasn't actively looking for a series set in Washington, D.C. "We were probably as averse to [D.C. shows] as any network," says Bill McGoldrick, USA's executive vice president of original scripted programming.
Not wanting to alienate viewers, TV execs have mostly steered clear of...