‘Top Chef: Las Vegas’ Packs ’em in for Bravo

Aug 21, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Bravo’s "Top Chef: Las Vegas" premiered Wednesday night to 2.6 million total viewers, ranking as the No. 1 cable telecast of the day among adults 18-49 and females 18-49, says The Futon Critic, citing Nielsen Media Research figures supplied by the network.

The first-season finale of "Top Chef Masters," airing right after the sixth-season premiere of "Top Chef," drew 2.42 million total viewers.

–Allison J. Waldman

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  1. I love this show and am so pleased it is back. Unfortunately I am utterly disgusted with one of the chefs – Mike Isabella. I think he was absolutely out of line in his remark about the “old lady’. I had to wind back to tape to be sure I heard correctly. He spoke about Chef Puck as Wolfgang, which shows his ignorance and lack of manners. Chef Puck is wonderful and I wish he were on every week. I have long admired him. The arrogance of Isabella clearly demonstrates his inabilitiy to “pay his dues” in life – the wonderful personality of Chef Puck demonstrates the gracious, professional poise of one who has indeed paid his dues and has achieved greatness. My entire family are hoping Isabella is soon off the show. Arrogance and critizing the other chefs is annoying to the audience and has no place here.

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