Bravo and Celebrity Cruises Launch Original Video Series

Celebrity Reflection

Bravo and Celebrity Cruises have announced a new element of their multi-year partnership, a video series titled Issac Takes On. The video series follows "Top Chef" fan favorite Issac Toups as he travels the Caribbean on a Celebrity Cruise vacation and takes part in different culinary challenges. 

The Celebrity Reflection and its onboard team, along with the brand's Michelin-starred chef, Cornelius Gallagher, make appearances throughout the series as Issac takes on making omelettes, crafting specialty cocktails and cooking up traditional Puerto Rican plates. 

Issac Takes On will air three new episodes each week through April 3. The nine episode mini-series will be available on BravoTv.com and will highlight Celebrity Cruises branding throughout the programming. The video series will be promoted across Bravo Media pages and Bravo's social channels, expanding the web series' reach with target consumers across multiple social media outlets.

Celebrity Cruises has partnered with Top Chef since 2013. In November 2014, the partnership launched the "Top Chef at Sea" experience, offering fans and foodies the opportunity to vacation with chef contestants on the "Top Chef Signature Sailing" each year. Celebrity will continue to offer "Top Chef"-inspired menu evenings on all sailings (excluding Galapagos sailings) five nights and greater departing through June 2017. 

Celebrity Cruises' 12 ship fleet offers luxury vacations to a collection of destinations on all seven continents. Celebrity also offers in exclusive tour experiences in Alaska and Canada. Celebrity is one of five cruise brands operated by global cruise vacation company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. 

Visit www.celebritycruises.com

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