You can only swim, hike, tan and play baseball for so long before you need to take an hour off and relax indoors with your favorite show. Fortunately, we have a handy schedule of premiere dates to make that process easier. Here's our summer TV premiere schedule.
Fox is the fourth of the five major networks to announce their Fall 2013 premiere schedule, and for the network that recently brought us American Idol, there's a lot of X Factor on the menu. Fortunately for those who aren't looking for more singing, there are some returning dramas and comedies, and some promising looking new programs joining the lineup later in September.
You know what Fox needs? Another Gordon Ramsay cooking show! Ok, not really, but it's getting one, and this one actually sounds like it could be good. The title should clue you in to what this show is all about. Junior Masterchef is a new culinary competition series that has cooking enthusiasts between the ages of eight and thirteen attempting to show off their skills in the kitchen. News of this series order comes with word that Masterchef has been renewed for two more seasons.
If it seems like Fox's cooking competition Masterchef is coming back earlier and earlier each year, it's because it is. The first season debuted in late July. Seasons 2 and 3 premiered in early June and this year, the show will return in late May. Fox announced that the two-hour season premiere of Masterchef will air May 22 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
Whether it's because the format has grown stale, or perhaps because I prefer the contestants on Masterchef much more than the ones on Hell's Kitchen this season, I've found myself anticipating each new episode of Masterchef much more than I have Gordon Ramsay's other cooking competition series this summer. While Hell's Kitchen puts people from various culinary backgrounds against one another in different cooking challenges, as well as the task of completing dinner service, Masterchef features amateur culinary enthusiasts...
"Hey ya'll!" Tonight's episode of Masterchef features a special guest. Celebrity chef Paula Deen will be visiting the culinary competition series. In anticipation of tonight's episode, we have a clip, which features the big reveal of Deen, who happens to be among the contents of this week's mystery box.
One glance at Fox's 2012 Summer TV schedule and it's not difficult to see why the network might call the approaching season "The Summer of Gordon." British chef, restaurateur and culinary celebrity Gordon Ramsay is set to star in three unscripted series on the network this summer. The latest teaser released by Fox showcases all three shows, two of which return next month.
Summer at Fox has become Gordon Ramsay territory. In addition to the tenth season of cooking competition series Hell’s Kitchen this summer, the culinary celebrity also has Season 3 of Masterchef, and the premiere of Hotel Hell.
For me, there’s only one dance competition worth counting down to each year, and it airs on Fox. So You Think You Can Dance is actually one of two reasons I love Fox in the summer. Hell’s Kitchen is the other. Both unscripted series were included on Fox’s 2012 Summer Premiere Date schedule.
Who’s going to be the next MasterChef? It’s too early to tell, but for those of you who have enjoyed the first two seasons, there’s good news. Fox has renewed the cooking competition series for a third season. Think you have what it takes to impress Gordon Ramsay with your cooking abilities? Auditions begin in Los Angeles later this month.
Tonight, Fox is set to premiere the second season of the culinary competition series Masterchef. In anticipation of the premiere, we have some videos of the judges talking about common things the contestants try to get away with, some of the worst dishes, and what they like to eat when they’re at home.
The second season of Fox’s cooking competition series Masterchef is set to debut early next month. We have a First Look video at the new season, which features chef/star/judge Gordon Ramsay and some of the contestants as they attempt to impress him with their culinary skills.
Fox announced their Summer 2011 schedule, which includes the return of some popular unscripted series. While Fox’s summer line-up doesn’t appear to include any new shows, dance and culinary enthusiasts will be happy to see So You Think You Can Dance, Masterchef and Hell’s Kitchen on the schedule.
If you watched Masterchef last night on Fox then you saw that the Top 30 was whittled down to 14 aspiring chefs. We have a video and some details on the remaining contestants for you to check out.
For those of you who can’t get enough of Gordon Ramsay, Fox is set to premiere his newest reality TV competition MasterChef next week. Check out some clips from the series premiere as well as a video interview featuring Chef Ramsay.