Chef's Table

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Chef's Table
Chef's Table.jpg
Cover photo for Netflix's Chef's Table
Genre Documentary
Created by David Gelb
Directed by Brian McGinn (6 episodes), Clay Jeter (5 episodes), David Gelb (4 episodes), Andrew Fried (3 episodes), Abigail Fuller (2 episodes)
Presented by Boardwalk Pictures, City Room Creative
Theme music composer Antonio VivaldiWinter, The Four Seasons (Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297) – Recomposed by Max Richter
Composer(s) Duncan Thum (14 ep.), Silas Hite (3 ep.), Matt Abeysekera (1 ep.), Sarah Schachner (1 ep.), Danny Bensi (1 ep.), Saunder Jurriaans (1 ep.), Sebastian Örnemark (1 ep.)
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 4
No. of episodes 22
Production
Executive producer(s) Andrew Fried (22 ep.), David Gelb (22 ep.), Brian McGinn (22 ep.), Dane Lillegard (18 ep.), Matt Weaver (13 ep.), Lisa Nishimura (6 ep.)
Producer(s) Danny O'Malley (11 ep.), Drew Palombi (9 ep.), Claire Dagress (6 ep.), John Henion (6 ep.), Michael Hilliard, et al.
Cinematography Adam Bricker (9 ep.), Will Basanta (5 ep.), Matthew Chavez (1 ep.), Chloe Weaver (1 ep.)
Editor(s) Jason Moll (18 ep.), Matt Mascia (17 ep.), Robinson Eng (14 ep.), Jay Garcia (12 ep.), Brianne Hunt (12 ep.), Brian Triebwasser (12 ep.), Hannah Tripp (12 ep.), Dante Pasquinelli (9 ep.), et al.
Running time 50 minutes (roughly)[1]
Production company(s) Netflix, Boardwalk Pictures, City Room Creative, FINCH, Itaca Films
Distributor Netflix
Release
Original network Netflix
Picture format Digital (HDTV)
First shown in Worldwide
Original release April 26, 2015 (2015-04-26)
External links
Netflix

Chef's Table is the first original Netflix documentary series. Each episode of the series profiles a single world-renowned chef. Creator David Gelb considers it a follow-up to his critically acclaimed documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi.

List of episodes[edit]

Volume 1
Episode Chef Restaurant
1 Italy Massimo Bottura Italy Osteria Francescana
Modena, Italy
2 United States Dan Barber United States Blue Hill Restaurant at Stone Barns
New York City, United States
3 Argentina Francis Mallmann Argentina Patagonia Sur
Buenos Aires, Argentina
4 United States Niki Nakayama United States n/naka
Los Angeles, United States
5 New Zealand Ben Shewry Australia Attica
Melbourne, Australia
6 Sweden Magnus Nilsson Sweden Fäviken
Järpen, Sweden
Volume 2[2]
1 United States Grant Achatz United States Alinea
Chicago, United States
2 Brazil Alex Atala Brazil D. O. M.
São Paulo, Brazil
3 France Dominique Crenn United States Atelier Crenn
San Francisco, United States
4 Mexico Enrique Olvera Mexico Pujol
Mexico City, Mexico
5 Slovenia Ana Roš Slovenia Hiša Franko
Kobarid, Slovenia
6 India Gaggan Anand Thailand Gaggan
Bangkok, Thailand
Volume 3[2]
1 South Korea Jeong Kwan South Korea Chunjinam Hermitage at Baekyangsa
Jangseong County, South Korea
2 Russia Vladimir Mukhin Russia White Rabbit
Moscow, Russia
3 United States Nancy Silverton United States Mozza
Los Angeles, United States
4 United States Ivan Orkin JapanUnited States Ivan Ramen
Tokyo, Japan closed
New York City, United States
5 Germany Tim Raue Germany Restaurant Tim Raue
Berlin, Germany
6 Peru Virgilio Martínez Peru Central
Lima, Peru
Volume 4: Pastry
1 United States Christina Tosi United States Milk Bar
New York City, United States
2 Italy Corrado Assenza Italy Caffè Sicilia
Noto, Italy
3 Spain Jordi Roca Spain El Celler de Can Roca
Girona, Spain
4 United States Will Goldfarb Indonesia Room 4 Dessert
Ubud, Indonesia

Chef's Table: France[edit]

Chef's Table: France
Genre Documentary
Created by David Gelb
Directed by Clay Jeter, Brian McGinn , Andrew Fried, Abigail Fuller
Presented by Boardwalk Pictures
Theme music composer Vivaldi - Winter, The Four Seasons (Concerto No. 4 in F minor, Op. 8, RV 297) - Recomposed by Max Richter
Original language(s) French
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 4
Production
Executive producer(s) Andrew Fried, David Gelb, Brian McGinn, Lisa Nishimura, Matt Weaver
Producer(s) Dane Lillegard, Brian McGinn , Andrew Fried
Running time 50 minutes
Production company(s) Netflix, Boardwalk Pictures
Distributor Netflix
Release
Original network Netflix
Picture format Digital (HDTV)
First shown in Worldwide
Original release September 2, 2016 (2016-09-02)
External links
Netflix

A spin-off, titled Chef's Table: France was released in September 2016.

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Recipient(s) Result Ref
Chef's Table Season 1
2015
Primetime Emmy Award
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Duncan Thum for "Francis Mallmann"
Nominated
[3]
2015
International Documentary Association Awards
Best Episodic Series
Chef's Table
Won
[4]
Chef's Table Season 2
2016
MPSE Golden Reel Awards
Best Sound Editing - Short Form Documentary in Television
William McGuigan
Nominated
[5]
2016
Primetime Emmy Award
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Chef's Table
Nominated
[3]
Outstanding Directing for a Nonfiction Program
David Gelb for "Gaggan Anand"
Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)
Duncan Thum for "Grant Achatz"
Nominated
2016
International Documentary Association Awards
Best Episodic Series
Chef's Table
Nominated
[6]
Chef's Table Season 3
2017
Primetime Emmy Award
Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series
Chef's Table
Nominated
[7]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program
Will Basanta for "Virgilio Martinez"
Nominated
Chef's Table Season 4: Pastry
2018
Primetime Emmy Award
Outstanding Cinematography for a Nonfiction Program
Adam Bricker for "Corrado Assenza"
Nominated
[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chef's Table (TV Series 2015-)". IMDb. Retrieved 7 July 2015. 
  2. ^ a b Carra, Mallory (September 2, 2016). "When Does 'Chef's Table' Season 4 Premiere? The Netflix Series Will Be Back With More Food Porn". Bustle.com. Retrieved July 11, 2017. 
  3. ^ a b "Chef's Table". Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Retrieved September 19, 2016. 
  4. ^ "2015 IDA Documentary Awards". International Documentary Association. Retrieved 20 September 2016. 
  5. ^ "2016 Golden Reel Awards Awards". mpse.org. Retrieved 20 September 2016. 
  6. ^ "2016 IDA Documentary Awards". International Documentary Association. Retrieved 2 March 2017. 
  7. ^ "Nominees/Winners | Television Academy". Television Academy. Retrieved July 13, 2017. 
  8. ^ Hipes, Patrick. "Emmy Nominations: 'Game Of Thrones' Tops Noms, With Netflix & HBO Leading Way – Full List". Deadline. Penske Business Media, LLC. Retrieved 19 July 2018. 

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