Bravo to Debut Transmedia Series ‘Battle of the Sous Chefs’ on Air During ‘Top Chef Masters’ on Wednesday, September 18
via press release:
BRAVO MEDIA DEBUTS TRANSMEDIA SERIES “BATTLE OF THE SOUS CHEFS” ON AIR AS PART OF“TOP CHEF MASTERS” ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 AT 10 PM ET/PT
“Watch What Happens Live” Featuring “The Real World All-Stars” Premieres at 11:15 PM ET/PT
NEW YORK – September 17, 2013 – Bravo Media will air a supersized episode (75 minutes) of “Top Chef Masters” on Wednesday, September 18 from 10PM ET/PT – 11:15 PM ET/PT, which includes the season finale of the online competition series, “Battle of the Sous Chefs.” This marks the first time the network premieres the transmedia series on air, where the second-in-commands have competed each week for their chef with the results directly affecting the outcome of the show. Tune in to see which Sous Chef earns their chef $10,000 for their charity on in the finale episode of “Battle of the Sous Chef” and which three Masters will move on to compete on the season finale of “Top Chef Masters” airing next Wednesday, September 25 at 10PM ET/PT. For a sneak peek of this week’s episode, go to: http://www.bravotv.com/top-chef-masters/season-5/videos/teacher-appreciation
Immediately following at 11:15 PM ET/PT, “Watch What Happens Live,” hosted by Andy Cohen welcomes “The Real World All-Stars” to the clubhouse, including CT (Chris Tamburello), Paula Meronek, Ruthie Alcaide, Beth Stolarczyk and Danny Roberts.
“Top Chef Masters” is produced by Magical Elves for Bravo, with Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz serving as executive producers.
“Watch What Happens Live” is produced by Embassy Row for Bravo. Michael Davies, Deirdre Connolly and Andy Cohen serve as executive producers.
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