MasterChef is one of the most addicting cooking shows on television. You don’t have to be a cooking fan in order to enjoy the show, as the personality of the judges and contestants always seem to shine through. While many other cooking shows have tried to mimic the success of MasterChef, it’s hard to beat the original.
There are many reasons why MasterChef has been so successful, l but Gordon Ramsay believes it’s the judges’ hands on approach with amateur chefs that places the series high above the fray. (Click on the media bar below to hear Gordon Ramsay) MasterChef airs Wednesday nights 8/7c. on FOX.
Have you missed watching people eat slop or the hurling insults of the zingbot? The wait is almost over as Big Brother premieres Wednesday June 24 on CBS. Whether it’s making distinct changes to the house or throwing a twist or two into the proceedings, Big Brother is always aiming for the element of surprise. Last season, one of the shockers was Frankie Grande’s reveal to his fellow contestants that he was Ariana Grande’s brother. But before we get into the nitty gritty of this season’s contestants, it’s important to see where all the drama will soon take place. Want to get a sneak peek of where the Season 17 contestants will be hanging out? Check it out!
Tonight, Gordon Ramsay will pick the winner of Hell’s Kitchen. The beloved cooking competition series is wrapping its 14th season and, judging by its loyal fanbase, it won’t be leaving anytime soon. Hell’s Kitchen is arguably the most intense cooking competition series on television. Ramsay breaks down why his show has been such a resounding success. (Click on the media bar below to hear Gordon Ramsay)
Catch the Hell’s Kitchen season finale tonight 9/8c. on FOX.
Airing tonight on NBC, AMERICA’S GOT TALENT is currently enjoying its 10th season as one of the network’s highest rated summer series. Starring a panel of judges that includes HOWARD STERN, HEIDI KLUM,MEL B. and HOWIE MANDEL, the show is hosted by funnyman NICK CANNON.
Basically a variety show in the guise of a talent competition, AMERICA’S GOT TALENT features acts of all ages vying for a chance to win over the audience as well as a jackpot $1 million prize.
Undoubtedly, one of the highlights of the series is when host CANNON is called to the stage to assist contestants and add to the festivities. The 34-year-old star is a mulch-talented ‘hyphenate’ and accomplished comedian, actor, director, writer and philanthropist who positively glows in front of the camera.
We recently sat down with CANNON and judge MEL B., who talked about the adrenaline rush that goes with appearing live on stage at Radio City Music Hall and how helping out with the talent makes NICK the ‘host with the most’.
Gwen Stefani is quickly becoming one of the most beloved judges on television. She is currently winning fans and critics over being a coach/judge on the NBC hit music reality series, The Voice.
Stefani, one of the most successful women ever in the music industry, didn’t know if she wanted to be on The Voice. When Stefani was offered the gig it was at a very busy time in her life, not only being a mother and a wife, she was also pregnant with her third child. But accepting the job on the show was an easy answer for her, and one she doesn’t have any regrets about. (Click on the media bar below to hear Gwen Stefani)
Tonight, FOX unveils a new reality show from the creator of Big Brother called Utopia. Utopia centers around 14 people who are referred to as “Pioneers”
from all different walks of life. The contestants come together for a year long stay to form a civilization from scratch.
One of those 14 contestants is 33 year old Mike Quinn, an attorney from New York, who explains why he was willing to give up a year of his life to be on Utopia.