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Top Chef Appeals to Youth

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So how has Bravo chosen to fill their upcoming Project Runway void? By strangely choosing to expand into the kids’ market.

The cable network has just announced plans to develop a spinoff of its popular cooking show, . Sometime in the future, followers of the channel will be assaulted with a fresh-faced version of the reality hit. With Top Chef Junior, Bravo aims to “teach and test the skills of younger aspiring chefs and appeal to the whole family.”

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While I don’t have a problem with children wanting to test their culinary abilities, I find it quite strange to think of the series on this particular channel. Shouldn’t a program featuring teens aged 13-to-16 be on something like The N? And why must producers ruin a good thing with family-friendly updates? Hasn’t The Amazing Race‘s failed attempt taught us anything?



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