Toulouse chef Michel Sarran will not be part of the jury for the next season of Top Chef next year. He announced it himself this Tuesday and explained that it was not a choice on his part, but rather that of the M6 channel.
In a short video on his Instagram account this Tuesday afternoon, the famous starred chef Michel Sarran announces that he will not participate in the next season of M6’s flagship cooking show, Top Chef.
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The two-star Gersois specifies that “M6 has decided to change the jury”, suggesting that it is not his personal decision. Michel Sarran arrived on the show in 2015, for the sixth season, at the same time as Hélène Darroze and Philippe Etchebest. He therefore participated in seven seasons.
M6 will broadcast the thirteenth season of Top Chef, probably in February 2022. Filming usually starts at the start of the school year. Top Chef has gathered an average of 3.3 million viewers this season.