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The world has watched celebrity chefs reach rock-star status, and the number of aspiring talent is rapidly on the rise. … But the fast-paced, everyday pressures of the restaurant industry are anything but glamorous as wannabe chefs struggle to climb the culinary ladder. So who can really handle the pressure of "cooking under fire"? That's the question PBS will answer in the brand-new prime-time reality series Under Fire, premiering on Wednesday, April 27 at 8pm (and running at 8:30pm through July—check local listings).Served up by PBS as "reality TV that feeds your brain," the documentary-style series will track twelve contestants—ranging in age from 23 to 42, including four women and eight men—as they embark on a coast-to-coast competition in four of the nation's culinary capitals—Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and New York. In twelve episodes, the show will give viewers an insider's look at the mental and physical challenges and intense pressures faced in today's highly competitive restaurant industry, and the combination of talent and skills that it takes to succeed as a chef—from creativity and culinary acumen to management abilities and purchasing power.Beginning Tuesday, April 26th visitors to can:- Meet the contestants and follow their progress via journals written throughout the competition (updated weekly)- Watch the first two episodes and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage- Vote for your favorite chef-in-training in an interactive poll- Stay on top of the action with the weekly re-cap, complete with a slide show of key moments—and dishes- Test your own skills with selected recipes from the series' celebrity judges and guest chefs- Access online food resources via our collection of favorite links- Learn more about the series and celebrity chefsAbout the Under Fire Production TeamCooking Under Fire is based on an idea by Lance


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