Amateur Australian chefs compete to impress patisserie chef Adriano Zumbo with their sweet creations. Those who don't fit the brief go head to head in the 'Zumbo test' to replicate his unique desserts.
Kat Von D has come home to Los Angeles to fulfill her dream of opening up her own tattoo shop. The news has spread and celebrities, rising starlets, punk rockers, musicians and tattoo ... See full summary »
Katherine von Drachenberg,
The ventriloquist, Jeff Dunham, taped his second Netflix special in his hometown of Dallas, TX in the American Airlines Center. He returns with his normal cast of characters including ... See full summary »
I just keep end up watching this show when new Nailed It runs out.
This has the same issues as the normal show. Hunter March is funny at times, but Candace and Zumbo could be replaced with cardboard cutouts and nobody would notice a difference. The guest judges are nothing special either, usually just some random from a show nobody's watching on Netflix. The one exception was Liza Koshy, a comedienne who had some legitimately hilarious moments in her episodes. No spoilers, but the "Christmas Spirit" episode is well worth the watch just for her.
The challenges are largely pretty vague, and even for the "Christmas" theme there's very little direction. There's still this false pretense of the contestants not knowing the challenges ahead of time. "Oh I just HAPPENED to have this obscure bottle of blackberry liqueur that's perfect for the theme of this challenge!"
So if you liked the regular version, this isn't worse, it just isn't any better.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this