Thirty-six home cooks arrive with the intent of being placed in the Top 20, but the contestants must pass the audition rounds and impress the judges to earn the coveted apron; the contestants hope to...
With only eight aprons remaining in the audition rounds, the search for the next MASTERCHEF continues. The pressure is on as the home cooks rush to create their signature dish for the judges in just ...
It is a petty to see how they took the Australian (or UK) show and changed it to break people instead of building and teaching.
It is a completely different atmosphere compared especially to the Aussie version.
The Brits and the Aussies also have the MasterClass episodes that are really educational.
There are elements that are interesting in seeing how contestants form informal teams as well as having to team up with "enemies". Still - quite more subtly executed in the original series. I recommend watching the Australian version.
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