Conviction Kitchen over, but not the end of TV for Marc Thuet
It was fun while it lasted, but despite plans to eventually bring Conviction Kitchen to the U.S., next week’s season finale of the reality show will mark the end of the series, Eye Weekly reports. Chef Marc Thuet and partner Biana Zorich have put the kibosh on a third season of the reality show, since working away from Toronto is apparently making it too difficult for the couple to focus on their business here.
Things haven’t been going so well for restaurants affiliated with the show as of late. King West’s Conviction closed last month, and Delilah’s in Vancouver—the setting of Conviction Kitchen 2; its finale is on Sunday—is also toast. But the couple is busy with a number of other projects anyway, as we reported in October, including a new Toronto restaurant, expected to open in 2012, to be staffed by members of the former Conviction team. And, as Thuet hinted on Twitter last night, he’s not done with television just yet: “Another show is in the works.”
For Conviction Kitchen diehards, perhaps the Australian spinoff could fill the void—because we all know how great spinoffs usually are.
• No season three for Conviction Kitchen [Eye Weekly]
10 thoughts on “Conviction Kitchen over, but not the end of TV for Marc Thuet”
You should concentrate a little more on the interiors or your restaurants, and cafe’s…. they arn’t great. I saw an episode of Conviction kitchen 2 this week and couldn’t even belive you would associate your name with such a ^&*% hole. Come on you have done so well in the past!
When will Marc Thuet just go away? He looks like a crackhead himself now. Disgusting.
Good words to you both! This guy needs to really go away and focus on the awfully BAD service @ his restuarants. Awful!!! Very bad indeed…
I live in montreal and running a restaurant is difficult, especially here. thumbs up marc bon travail
Who watched this garbage? That should be Toronto Life’s question…
What Marc and Biana tried to do in training ex-cons, most of whom were trying to overcome severe addictions, was admirable and quite heartwarming to watch — even amidst the tantrums and bad language. Good luck to you both. Bon courage!
I want to be n the show please,I’m sure if I told you about myself and what I’ve been through you would consider ,I am also liked by many people socially and I’m sure to help boost ratings,sincerely angie
Angela didn’t you read the article is about there will be no conviction any longer????? what ratings are you trying to boost?
Yeah, I think Angela would fit in great on the show, she clearly can’t read!
I have watched the show so many times, facinated that some one took the chance and gave a chance to people like the cast of your shows!!! I am that cast, I am those people except that i love food and dream to one day be a chef… You believed in those people and kept on believeing!!! You are what this life is about!! When you have overcome then you give your blessings to the next!!!! Bigg Ups!
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