Bravo is going back for seconds of “Top Chef Masters.”
The cable network ordered another season of friendly culinary competition among the world’s greatest chefs on “Top Chef Masters,” the spinoff of Bravo’s popular “Top Chef” series, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Returning will be host Kelly Choi and judges Gael Greene, James Oseland and Jay Rayner. The second season will air sometime in 2010.
The premiere of “Masters” was Bravo’s highest-rated debut of a reality competition show ever, and the series averaged 2.2 million. The season finale, which crowned Chicago’s Rick Bayless the first-ever Top Chef Master, drew 2.6 million.
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