Amazon Prime Video Canada cooks up restaurant docuseries with Pixcom

Pendant Ce Temps En Cuisine

Amazon Prime Video has ordered Pendant Ce Temps En Cuisine, a docuseries going behind of the restaurant industry for subscribers in Canada.

Produced by Pixcom, in association with Amazon Studios, the 8 x 30-minute series debuts on 10 March and follows fast-paced lives of six chefs over six months.

From sourcing ingredients to creating one-of-a-kind menus to executing high quality service, each episode of Pendant Ce Temps En Cuisine highlights moments from each chef’s day, showcasing the realities of owning and running a business.

Chefs featured throughout the series are Antonin Mousseau-Rivard from Le Mousso, Simon Mathys from Mastard, Alex Cohen and Raegan Steinberg from Arthurs, Maria-Josée and Zoya De Frias from Le Virunga, Kim Côté and Perle Morency from Côté Est, and Mike Lafaille from Kwizinn.

“Quebec is known for its world-renowned culinary scene and this series, with the help of our collaborators Pixcom, underscores the great passion and exquisite skill of these notable Canadian chefs,” said Nav Saini, head of content, Prime Video Canada.

The Canadian Amazon Original series joins a slate that includes LOL: Qui Rira Le Dernier?, Nuit Blanche, Three Pines, The Kids In The HallThe LakeLOL: Last One Laughing Canada, All Or Nothing: Toronto Maple Leafs, and The Unsolved Murder Of Beverly Lynn Smith. 

Since 2015, Amazon Studios has commissioned over 25 Amazon Original series and films produced in Canada, including The Man In The High Castle and Upload in British Columbia; The Boys, Reacher, and The Expanse in Ontario; Tales From The Loop in Manitoba; as well as parts of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan and The Voyeurs in Quebec.

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