The 'king of culinary competitions' is back. Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend will premiere on Netflix on 15 June. It will be hosted by US chef and presenter Alton Brownand Korean-born American chef and Top Chef winner Kristen Kish, with American actor and martial artist Mark Dacascos as 'The Chairman'.
The high-octane cooking competition, based on the Japanese cult sensation, has even more chef combat and high-energy cooking in store in the new season, consisting of eight 45-minute episodes. The series has been described as "reborn with a supersized approach to the ground-breaking culinary competition that started it all".
Take a look at the newly-released trailer below:
'Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend' - what to expect?
Five new trailblazing Iron Chefs will compete against Challenger Chefs in the imposing Kitchen Stadium, where they will "face off and be pushed to the limits of endurance and creativity, as they cook up extraordinary culinary creations".
"The competition’s most successful Challenger will return to battle in a grand finale for the chance to be named the first ever Iron Legend,” reads an official synopsis.
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