MasterChef Australia

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Weekdays 7:00 PM on Network Ten Premiered Apr 27, 2009 Between Seasons

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MasterChef Australia

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Based on the British reality program of the same name, MasterChef airs from Sunday through to Friday. The contestants will be led through challenges by host Sarah Wilson which will give chefs from around the country the ultimate once in a lifetime opportunity to develop and broaden their cooking skills. Their weekly challenges include; off-site challenge, mystery box, celebrity cheff challenge and masterclass. Each week there will be two eliminations; one decided by the contestants, and the other by the judges.
Sarah Wilson (III)

Sarah Wilson (III)

Host: Season 1

George Calombaris

George Calombaris

Judge: Season 1 - present

Gary Mehigan

Gary Mehigan

Judge: Season 1 - present

Matt Preston

Matt Preston

Judge: Season 1 - present

Chris Badenoch

Chris Badenoch

Contestant: Season 1

Sam Cairavolo

Sam Cairavolo

Contestant: Season 1

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  • Lynton should have won!!!

    6.0
    Just finished watching Masterchef Australia 2013. Enjoyed it all, except Lynton should have won, but as the judges clearly fancied Emma , she was crowned the winner! Unfair!!
  • Two tumbs up

    10
    Hello Masterchef team. Just a fiew words to tell you how much we appreciate your show which is as far as me and my family are concerned, is a real cooking contest and probably the most honnest one and the most respectful one towards their contestants, the viewers and foodies around the globe. We have tried to follow other Masterchef series from elsewhere and believe me, they are for the most part'' freakshows'' where professional chefs are having their way insulting and harassing contestants without showing them anything at all and no little or no respect mainly. But two tumbs up to Australia wich leads the way on human respect as we can witness day in and day out. Here in canada we now have a version of Masterchef but even though I am a fairly competent amateur cook and ''Incorrigible'' foody I will never show up on any of the cooking shows in north America for the reasons I mentionned before (I don't know why anybody in their right minds does anyways at least on our . So, I will keep my cooking talent for family and friends and so, for the people we love and who are deserving and that respect us. Me and my wife, by the way have this project of traveling to Australia (Thanks to you guys) in the futur and we are looking forward to visit M. Mehigan's and M. Colombaris's establishments where we know we will be welcome and I am sure that it is the same anywhere in your wonderful country. Too bad for North America and all the cheap food shows that I will never participate but for us (Me and my family) ''Cuisine'' is all about passion, love and respect. So, long live Masterchef Australia keep up the good work because we are also learning so much from your Master classes (yes even the kids). Best regardsmoreless
  • To Gary, George and Matt

    10
    I am a SA citizen but MasterChef Aus is by far the best MasterChef ever. Besides the challenges etc. You 3 are the best presenters ever!! Really love you guys. We are on MastersChef series 12. Keep up being awesome!!!
  • Ajouter au Rseau de voyageurs

    10
    I love your show , I m from Tunisia and I love your judges specially George Calombaris
  • Dislike it

    3.5
    I don't really see this as a cooking competition, it is in a way, but more like a family show. Compared to the US version I think the competitors get away with crap dishes that takes 20 - 30 min to scramble together, the plating is overall bad and the finesse and imagination is poor. The judges and competitors have a laugh and they get cooking lessons. No edge at all!moreless
  • TEN IS RESURRECTING YOUNG TALENT TIME IN AN EFFORT TO CASH IN ON THE SUCCESS OF GLEE.

    Ten's 2012 Line-Up Resurrects Young Talent Time

    The network announced its 2012 line-up in Sydney on Wednesday night, which included the return of Johnny Young's '70s and '80s talent show.

  • TEN NETWORK HOLDINGS HAS SLASHED STAFF NUMBERS BY 12 PER CENT AND FOUND ANNUAL SAVINGS OF ABOUT $18 MILLION AS PART OF A WIDE-RANGING REVIEW TO CUT COSTS THAT IT FLAGGED EARLIER IN THE YEAR UNDER NEW BOSS LACHLAN MURDOCH.

    Ten Axes Staff, Saves $18m

    Despite inflationary pressures and significant contractual increases in program costs this financial year, television costs would be no higher than those in 2010/2011, Ten said on Monday.

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