Channel 4 and Netflix have revealed release dates for the companies’ upcoming joint commission, Five Star Kitchen: Britain’s Next Great Chef.
The culinary competition format, which was ordered last year when it was titled Five Star Chef, is being produced by First Dates firm Twenty Twenty and will see ambitious cooks pitted against one another as they attempt to win a restaurant located within The Langham hotel in London.
The show will make its debut on C4 on 8 June, before being launched on Netflix globally excluding the UK and Ireland. Twenty Twenty parent Warner Bros International Television Production holds distribution rights.
The 6 x 60-minute series features pastry chef Ravneet Gill, restaurateur Mike Reid and Michel Roux Jr on the judging panel, and highlights the increasing partnerships between streamers and broadcasters on formats.
Ruth Kelly and Amanda Westwood exec produce, with Katy Fryer attached as showrunner. Series editor is Philip McCreery and series producer is Charlotte Gillies, with the series commissioned for Channel 4 by fact ent chief Alf Lawrie and commissioning editor Daniel Fromm.