With the finals only weeks away, Channel Seven today announced Australia’s favourite home cooking show MY KITCHEN RULES will now screen five nights a week, starting from this Sunday March 11, at 7.30pm.
It follows the enormous success of the current season, currently attracting a national audience of over two million viewers each night (regional and metropolitan markets).
In this Sunday’s episode, the remaining teams head to Tropical North Queensland for their wildest ride yet. Basing themselves in Ingham, a small quintessential sugar cane town, their challenge is to create sweet treats for Ingham’s annual Harvest Festival using an ingredient the locals know best…sugar.
The locals will vote for their favourite sweet treat. The team with the most votes will be awarded People’s Choice and be safe at the next elimination. And it’s not just safety up for grabs. The winners will also receive a very special surprise reward.
The pressure in paradise cranks into overdrive. Who will adapt? And who will melt under the intense tropical heat? In the race towards the final phase of the competition…only the best will survive.
Judges Pete Evans and Manu Feildel will determine the weakest team, who will be sent straight to the next Sudden Death Cook Off.
MY KITCHEN RULES screens Monday to Thursday this week; and from this Sunday, will air five nights a week.