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Bravo's Set to Serve More Food Shows

Nourished from its success with Top Chef, Bravo's adding two more food-related shows to its lineup. Per Variety, the net has ordered eight eppys of Top Chef Junior, which, as you might imagine, will be a Top Chef for the teen set, featuring aspiring food masters ages 13-16. The second series Bravo's cooking up is tentatively titled the Jean-Christophe Novelli Project, which will center on the Michelin-winning Novelli's move to L.A. and his efforts to helm a cooking a school. The chef, who owns restos in London, France and South Africa, already runs a U.K. school, where we can only guess that students get grilled, diced and sliced, Hell's Kitchen-style.Is the new helping of food shows a smart move for the cable net, or too much of a good thing? — Anna DimondUse our Online Video Guide for a taste of Top Chef.

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Nourished from its success with Top Chef, Bravo's adding two more food-related shows to its lineup. Per Variety, the net has ordered eight eppys of Top Chef Junior, which, as you might imagine, will be a Top Chef for the teen set, featuring aspiring food masters ages 13-16.
The second series Bravo's cooking up is tentatively titled the Jean-Christophe Novelli Project, which will center on the Michelin-winning Novelli's move to L.A. and his efforts to helm a cooking a school. The chef, who owns restos in London, France and South Africa, already runs a U.K. school, where we can only guess that students get grilled, diced and sliced, Hell's Kitchen-style.
Is the new helping of food shows a smart move for the cable net, or too much of a good thing? - Anna Dimond
Use our Online Video Guide for a taste of Top Chef.