After last night’s pressure test episode that saw the departure of Kira Westwick, just 10 cooks remain in the MasterChef Australia kitchen, ready to battle it out in the lead-up to finals week.
With the high calibre of cooking produced throughout the competition so far, it’s clear that the title and biggest MasterChef Australia prize ever offered could go to any one of the final 10.
After thousands auditioned for MasterChef Australia 2014, the Top 50 became the Top 24. Week by week, those still in the running have had to cook to a standard never before seen in the competition to hold onto their place and impress judges Gary Mehigan, George Calombaris and Matt Preston.
Let’s look at who is left in the competition: Continue reading »
It’s frustrating enough that I can’t taste what delicacies are plated up on Masterchef Australia, and while it may be a good idea, the visual aspect of cooking is pretty important. Unless you’re one of those kinda of people that likes to close your eyes and listen to Nigella cook…
The Today Network is proud to plate up an exciting national new show called The Dish, sponsored by Network Ten’s MasterChef Australia.
Hosted by Weekend Breakfast’s Bryon Cooke, the show will air on Sundays from 6 -7pm across The Today Network, kicking off this Sunday 11 May. Continue reading »
It was an epic battle last night at 7:3opm last night with a singing competition, a house renovation show and a cooking competition vying for the most viewers. In the end, it was Nine’s The Voice Australia that came out on top with almost 2 million viewers, more than the average audiences that both House Rules and Masterchef Australia could draw, combined.
With a combined audience of close to 4 million viewers, it might be hard to argue that viewers are tired of these reality type shows.
Are these numbers sustainable though? What happens if the cast of one of these shows starts to prove more interesting to watch than another? How long before we start to see programmers messing with the schedules to maximise the ratings they need to keep their advertisers happy? Continue reading »
Whether you’re a channel surfer looking for something to watch or someone who leaves your TV on one channel for the entire evening, here are our thoughts on what we think might be worth checking out this evening.
The Project (Ten, 6:30pm)
Rove is back in the house this week to host <em>The Project</em>