Top Chef: World All Stars crosses the pond to London for a very special 20th World All-Stars season with host Padma Lakshmi, head judge Tom Colicchio and Gail Simmons.
The greatest competitors from Top Chef iterations around the globe, including winners and finalists, face off in the fiercest battle the culinary competition has ever seen.
Top Chef: World All-Stars brings together 16 of the most talented, creative and decorated chefs who have competed in their respective countries’ versions of the series as they vie for the ultimate Top Chef title.
Magical Elves is a leading producer of award-winning, non-fiction content for domestic and international television markets. Known for Emmy Award-winning hits like “Top Chef” (Bravo) and “Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen” (Bravo), as well as Peabody Award-winning “Project Runway” (Bravo), Magical Elves is a veteran production company with a long track record of consistently delivering the highest quality programing.
In addition to the forthcoming “Brain Games” reboot (NatGeo), and their recent streaming successes “Nailed It!” (Netflix) and “Sugar Rush” (Netflix), Magical Elves’ wide ranging credits include: “Braxton Family Values” (WEtv), “Shine On with Reese” (DirectTV), “All In With Cam Newton” (Nickelodeon), “Cold Justice” (Oxygen), “Top Chef Junior” (Universal Kids), IDA Award winning “Time of Death” (Showtime), “Project Greenlight” (HBO), “Cleveland Hustles” (CNBC), “There Goes The Motherhood” (Bravo), “Tamar & Vince” (WETV), and “Last Comic Standing” (NBC).
The company’s expansive slate has also included music documentaries like “Tim & Faith: Soul2Soul” (Showtime), “Under the Electric Sky,” which premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, “Katy Perry: Part of Me,” the fifth-highest-grossing concert film of all time, and “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” which earned critical acclaim and nearly $100 million at the box office.
Magical Elves is a part of The Tinopolis Group’s portfolio of production companies.