My Kitchen Rules is an Australian reality television cooking competition that first aired on the Seven Network in 2010. In each series, several teams of two compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.
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Series cast summary:
Septimus Caton Septimus Caton ...  Himself - narrator 131 episodes, 2010-2016
Pete Evans Pete Evans ...  Himself - series judge / ... 83 episodes, 2010-2016
Manu Feildel ...  Himself - series judge / ... 78 episodes, 2010-2016
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My Kitchen Rules is an Australian reality television cooking competition that first aired on the Seven Network in 2010. In each series, several teams of two compete against each other for the chance to win a cash prize.

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1 February 2010 (Australia) See more »

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En mi cocina mando yo See more »

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AUD 25,000,000 (estimated)
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Pete Evans refuses to eat the dishes made by the contestant's unless all the ingredients have been blessed and approved by his Paleo guru. See more »

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I better stop reviewing crap like this - people might think I see something to be salvaged in it
9 May 2014 | by WakenPayneSee all my reviews

Okay, yet ANOTHER TV Show from Australia that panders to the lowest common denominator. This is a show that is pretty much the same thing as dozens of other shows out there (probably because the seasons of one show are run in between another so fans can say they have something to do). What makes this as bad as I say? Well I'm glad you asked.

The show is basically a cooking show... No not how you can cook something, then I might see something I can see people enjoying in it. But a contest where you have people that people can get behind and the villains (I'll get to them later because I have a lot to say) They are judged by the food equivalent of CinemaSins (You know, those guys that pick apart EVERYTHING as opposed to just enjoying what they like) They continue cooking dishes and then win the contest.

Okay the biggest complaint is the villains. The villains in an episode of The Secret World Of Alex Mack seem subtle compared to this, and that was a Nickelodeon show made in the mid 90's (At least they have more defined characters). I have even seen articles out from the people they were making out were bad guys talking about how everything was either edited together to show very different reactions to things instead of their actual reactions, or have stuff taken out of context among other stuff and the people who watch this show will remember them like that and have the reputations of the "villains" destroyed.

Okay, here's the thing - you want to make a show that is pretty much a contest of people cooking and living up to their lifelong dreams - Okay it doesn't sound like my sort of thing. Want to portray people in an overly competitive nature? That's fine but DO IT AS AN ADULT! Not in such a manipulative way that portrays people being the contest as demonic.

The emotional manipulation of this show is beyond pathetic. Every single time they want you to feel something they don't just, I don't know - have the viewers feel it for themselves. They put in emotional manipulation, If they want you to feel sad they play sad music and the same thing happens with EVERYTHING ELSE. Maybe not music bu usually some form of editing the sound is in this show to force the viewer to feel the emotion they want you to feel. Something like... A dish the cooks made falls over due to an accident - Couldn't that alone make people feel something if they were invested? I mean if you DON'T put in any sad music over it and just show that their dreams might not be fulfilled.

So this is pretty much "reality" crap. This is the last reality show or contest show I'm going to review, I don't know why I watch something that was made just to go cheap on never hiring actors or writers that has somehow turned into the dumbest of all fads, I hope it dies out. Unless you want the most contrived, forced and manipulative thing ever to hit Australian television then stay away from this one. If you read into it, there will be something that tells you how much they do manipulate and fabricate.


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