The Chopping Block

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The Chopping Block
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The high-profile chef Marco Pierre White will host a competition that takes place in the restaurants of New York City. Each week, the contestants will have to completely renovate, organize and develop a signature dish for a restaurant. The winners will have the chance to open their own restaurant.
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  • Marco Pierre White

    Marco Pierre White

    Host

    Anapol

    Anapol

    Contestant Season One

    Angela

    Angela

    Contestant Season One

    Chad

    Chad

    Contestant Season One

    Dean

    Dean

    Contestant Season One

    Denise Nguyen

    Denise Nguyen

    Contestant Season One

    Friday
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    Saturday
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    Sunday
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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • Top Chef meets Hell's Kitchen, result: Kick it off the island. Oh wait, that's another "reality" show.

      5.0
      The premise: Couples compete to be the last ones standing. Prize: Their own restaurant

      Top Dog: Chef White

      Twist: Judge is an anonymous food critic.



      This show was just bad! It not have the energy of Top Chef, or the lungs of Chef Ramsay. The grim visage of Chef White reclining in a chair and doing narration was just boring. Is the guy a Michelin Chef, you bet, does he have a great speaking voice, eh, does just bring you to the edge of your seat wanting more. when I wake up I'll let you know.



      I don't get the concept of using couples, specially when they do not get to work together, but both are held accountable for each other.



      The tone of the show was dark, for a while I thought it was black and white.



      The is up against four popular comedies in it's Wednesday. R.I.P. quickly.moreless
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