French chefs Laurent Zirotti and Eric Damidot go head to head in the arena, and Food Network's Geoffrey Zakarian and Damaris Phillips choose the chef who has what it takes to say au revoir to Bobby Flay.
Sonoma County chef Tracey Shepos Cenami and Jersey-strong John Vitale fight for the right to battle greatness. If they want to beat Bobby Flay, however, they'll have to impress the sophisticated palates of Alex Guarnaschelli and Michael Voltaggio.
Michael Strahan and Michael Symon have handpicked two chefs hoping to score a touchdown on Bobby Flay's home turf! New York chef Anastacia Song and Southern sweetie Joey Ward are prepared to bring their best game and score the win.
It's a family affair when father-and-son chefs Beto and Julian Rodarte battle it out to prove that the only thing stronger than family is their desire to beat Bobby Flay! Cookbook author Daphne Oz and model Jourdan Dunn will then decide who has the chops to take Bobby down.
Pastry chefs Mathew Rice and Thiago Silva fire up the ovens for a chance to bake sweet circles around Bobby Flay. Chopped host Ted Allen and master baker Gesine Prado, have a sweet tooth, and the only cure is beating Bobby!
Chopped's Amanda Freitag and comedian Jo Koy show up to boo Bobby Flay out of his kitchen. They invite Washington, D.C.'s Ryan Hackney and Nora Haron from the California Bay Area to bring their kitchen skills and the winning punchline to beat Bobby!
Seasoned farmer and chef Duskie Estes goes up against pasta heir Francesco Buitoni to put Bobby Flay out to pasture. It's up to Food Network's Giada de Laurentiis and The Kitchen's Sunny Anderson to choose the chef that will plow Bobby down.
Geoffrey Zakarian and TV host Sara Haines have a lot to be thankful for at the table this year, and they've brought in Creole Chef Bernard Carmouche and meatball master Daniel Sharp to stuff Bobby Flay like a turkey.