Private Chefs of Beverly Hills

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Private Chefs of Beverly Hills
Private Chefs of Beverly Hills logo.jpg
Genre Cooking show
Starring Manouschka Guerrier, Stuart O'Keeffe, Tom Stieber, Samantha Martz, Sasha Perl-Raver, Jesse Brune, Brian Hill, Brooke Peterson
Theme music composer Luci Christian
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 14
Executive producer(s) Jenny Daly, Bryan O'Donnell, Susan Youth
Producer(s) Derek Klein, Art Altounian, Nick Kellis, Jennifer Vasta
Cinematography George Feucht
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) T Group Productions
Original network Food Network
Original release December 29, 2009 - present
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Private Chefs of Beverly Hills is a scripted reality television show airing on Food Network. The show follows six chefs from the Big City Chefs[1] private chef placement agency in Beverly Hills, California.[2][3] The show chronicles preparations for lavish parties for eccentric clientele in the Los Angeles area.[4]

A lawsuit was filed against Food Network, claiming the show's idea was stolen from a private chef firm not associated with the show.[5] The private chef firm tried to stop Food Network from airing the show's second-season premiere, which aired on October 12, 2010.[6]


Six private chefs are hired to prepare food for the high-end people in L.A. They have to prepare what the client asks for, which is sometimes an issue, and there are many moments of drama, comedy, and disaster.

Season 1[edit]

  • Pilot (Into the Fryer)
  • In the Dog House
  • Foodzilla
  • Rockin' Rolls
  • Challah Back
  • It Ain't Easy Being Green
  • Teenage Tasteland

Season 2[edit]

  • A Side of Lamas
  • A Very "Brady" Birthday
  • Seance Sautee
  • Thrilla for Foodzilla
  • Tickled Pink
  • Who's the Boss
  • Flappers and Knee Slappers
  • Whole Lotta Loaf


  1. ^ "Beverly Hills Private Chef Agency". The Agency on Private Chefs of Beverly Hills. Retrieved Feb 19, 2011. 
  2. ^ Hahnefeld, Laura (Apr 19, 2010). "Food Network's Private Chefs of Beverly Hills Is Further Proof of Programming Coma". Phoenix News Times. Retrieved 23 April 2010. 
  3. ^ "Private Chefs of Beverly Hills". Retrieved 23 April 2010. 
  4. ^ LeTrent, Sarah (April 19, 2010). "'Private Chefs of Beverly Hills' host medieval murder mystery". The Marquee Blog. CNN. Retrieved 23 April 2010. 
  5. ^ Gardner, Eriq (December 21, 2010). "LAWSUIT SAYS FOOD NETWORK STOLE RECIPE FOR 'PRIVATE CHEFS'". THR Esq. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 21, 2010. 
  6. ^ Gardner, Eriq (December 21, 2010). "WILL A POPULAR FOOD NETWORK SHOW BE PUT ON ICE?". THR Esq. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved December 21, 2010. 

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