Together with her husband Geoffrey Arend, the Joan Holloway of 'Mad Men' would judge the cooking experts' skill in '60s food.
"Top Chef Masters" would like to do a '60s theme and for that they have invited Christina Hendricks. The "Mad Men" star and her actor husband Geoffrey Arend have taped an episode of the cooking competition show as two guest judges.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the challenge which involves the couple is dishes from the '60s, the era portrayed in the first season of "Mad Men". Bravo is yet to announce the celebrity chef contestants and the show's premiere date. But Hendicks' episode can be seen in the second week.
The third season would also mark the debut of celebrity chef Curtis Stone as the host. Kelly Choi steps down from her position. Speaking of Choi's replacement, Stone told Slash Food, "Look, I think Kelly is a real sweetheart, and she's a real foodie. She loves food - I know her; she's a friend of mine. But yeah, I think it's good to have a chef on there who can empathize with the other chefs during the competitions. I'll be on the judges panel, but I'm not going to cast advice, because I don't want to judge my peers."