Iron Chef Brazil is a Brazilian-American 2022 reality TV cooking show starring Fernanda Souza while Alton Brown and Kristen Kish are are confirmed to host the game show.
Based on the Japanese cooking show on the same name produced by Fuji Television that premiered in October 1993, the show features guest chefs challenging one of the resident in a given time.
It serves as one of the international edition of the foodie show where participants have to compete against each other in an attempt to win the competition. The series will comprise of eight 45 minutes episodes and will be released on a weekly basis on Wednesdays.
Netflix’s Iron Chef Brazil filmed in which country
Netflix’s Iron Chef Brazil was filmed in Sao Paulo, Brazil during early 2022. Principal filming began in December 2021 and wrapped up in May 2022. The series is executively produced by Daniel Calin, Ross Weintraub, and Eytan Keller and produced under Keller Productions and 3 Ball.
Fernanda Souz shared some behind the scenes photos on her Instagram during May 2022 that reveals that the series was filmed exactly at the places where it has been set, that is Brazil. Sao Paulo is the richest city of Brazil and is known for its best art collections and museum.
Millions of North Americans come to visit the South American country to see the popular tourist places as Pinacoteca de Sao Paolo. Ibirapuera Park, Museum of Art of São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand, Avenida Paulista, Batman’s Alley, etc.
The city of São Paulo is located in the Southeast region of Brazil and is the most populous city proper of Brazil, Western Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. It has strong international influences in commerce and entertainment.
Likewise Prey(2022) and Thirteen Lives, the TV show was not filmed in a popular location but Brazil where Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, City of God, Double Dad, The Incredible Hulk, Fast Five, The Valet, Moonranker, etc.
- Andressa Cabral
- Laurent Suaudeau
- Rosa Moraes
- Fernanda Souza
Iron Chef Brazil is set to premiere on 10 August 2022 on Netflix. The network has also shared that one more series namely Iron Chef Mexico is in progress.