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TV Extensions, Renewals and Cancellations (9/12)

Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution

Here’s an update on the shows you will and won’t be seeing in the months to come:

 

EXTENSIONS
  • Jersey Shore (MTV) - Reunion and behind-the-scenes specials added to Season 2.

 

RENEWALS
  • Deadliest Catch (Discovery) - Season 7
  • The Green Room with Paul Provenza (Showtime) - Season 2
  • Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution (ABC) - Season 2
  • Masterchef (FOX) - Season 2

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Quote of the Day: Anthony Bourdain on FOX’s Masterchef

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“Dreadful. I saw one episode where they had the contestants try to identify the ingredients of chili. ‘I’m guessing there’s onion in there’—you know what I’m saying? ‘There might be beef too.’ I wish Gordon Ramsay well, but I think remains the benchmark.”

-No Reservations’ Anthony Bourdain on , FOX’s latest contribution to the food competition genre.

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MasterChef Review: Gordon Ramsay Displays a Softer Side

Posted by K.C. Morgan Categories: Food & Home, Prime Time, Reality, FOX, Gossip,

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FOX premiered its third show featuring , MasterChef, Tuesday night. The series had a strong lead-in: Ramsay’s first FOX show, Hell’s Kitchen. He’s the chef known for his tough exterior and passionate, some might say vulgar, insults. Ramsay routinely screams in the faces of the chefs under his tutelage on Hell’s Kitchen - so fans were no doubt expecting to see a tough, fiery chef during the MasterChef premiere.

What they got was a gentler, kinder Gordon Ramsay. He slipped into the role of motivator for , sitting at the head of a panel of three judges (the other two are tough-as-nails restaurateur Joe Bastianich and four-star chef Graham Elliot). Talented home cooks came before the panel to present their dishes. Some dishes were met with disdain, but Ramsay didn’t scream “donkey” at a single contestant. He dispensed hugs, smiles and encouragement with ease - far removed from the furious chef mien he wears for Hell’s Kitchen, which aired the same night.

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FOX Orders More Gordon Ramsay

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FOX will be dishing out a third series featuring saucy Brit . In addition to his duties at Hell’s Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay will soon be starring in MasterChef.

In the series, non-professional chefs will attempt to create dishes that Ramsay approves - a hard enough task even for the greatest cooks in the world. Expect swearing to ensue. Watch Ramsay destroying a chef in the clip above - but beware of the graphic language.

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