Everyone's fave French chef is back on the box and this time, he'll be putting eight out-of-work people with disabilities through an intensive four-week introduction to catering
Oh Michel. How we've missed your twinkly black eyes. Your firm, yet constructive critique. Your impassioned explanation of how to create the most exquisite chocolate and raspberry tart, ever.
But good news is in, people, as the former MasterChef: The Professionals judge is bringing himself back to the small screen with a new show.
Kitchen Impossible (which airs Thursday 29 October at 9pm on Channel 4) follows the double Michelin-starred chef as he mentors a group of eight out-of-work people with disabilities, hoping to equip them with the skills to pursue a career in the catering industry.
London's Bromley College is the setting for the show where Roux Jr guides the group – who have disabilities ranging from blindness to Tourette's syndrome – in foodie skills over a four-week period.
The news has got Twitter all of a flutter …
We're feeling pretty excited ourselves.
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