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Masterchef (US): A nationwide search for the best home cooks in America. One of 50 hopefuls will become a culinary star and America's first-ever "Masterchef."

  • Currently 3.73/5
(476 votes)
Ratings: IMDB: 7.4/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: July 27, 2010
Runtime: 60 mins
Genres: Family Reality-TV
Countries: USA
Actors: Gordon Ramsay

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Posted by rwaar21 4 years, 9 months ago
+16 | +22 / -6

if your wanting to watch a show for culinary purposes this isnt the show to watch, i'd def take a look at the MC Australia, leagues beyond this in terms of actually taking time to teach dishes and the contestants are actually made to make hard dishes, not "tomato soup and grilled cheese". but if your looking for a show that is based around food and has the american high school type drama then this is the show for you.

Posted by 1g2pta2 12 months ago
+12 | +13 / -1

I didnt believe it when ppl said Masterchef au is better than us. Buuut daamn. If u watch this show to learn cooking, then Masterchef Au is waaay much better! The drama on Us version is waay to much sometimes.... Is like they put some idiots in the show just to create action..... On Masterchef Au u get to see so many good chefs. And i love the Masterclasses!

Posted by joolsey07 1 year, 6 months ago
+11 | +14 / -3

I was really enjoying this up until season 3, but now they are constantly trying to turn the contestants against each other, and I am cringing every time they advertise Walmart which seems to be about once every ten minutes. It is less like a true culinary show. What a shame.

Posted by ksolammen 1 year, 8 months ago
+11 | +14 / -3

Finished watching the US version of this show. Edited to the max and the person that wins is determined by who has the best story for book sales post show. If you like cooking shows watch Masterchef Australia as it is truly about the food.

Posted by tmoola 11 months ago
+10 | +12 / -2

I doubt these cooks are anything close to the best home cooks in the US. Watch the AU version if you want compelling quality TV programming. They need a complete overhaul of this show. The US version should great but is far from it.

Posted by Roarioum 11 months ago
+8 | +8 / -0

Im from Northern Europe and watching this and the AU version. To me as an outsider it almost seems like Australia have become what USA strived to be 20 years ago. Its all about the love of foodfood, friendship and passion. The US version is more about editing, drama and at any cost creating stories, almost more just to have great stories than finding stories that exist on its own merrits.

Posted by veramar 12 months ago ( Edited 12 months ago )
+7 | +9 / -2

The US Master chef could take a lesson in respect for others, humility, kindness and humor from the Australians. I'm definitely not continuing to watch this...

Posted by donheli 1 year ago
+7 | +11 / -4

Watch Masterchef Australia, it blows Ramsey and company way out of the water. No insults, no turning one contestant against the other, it celebrates food, the art of cooking, and teamwork. One can actually learn something from watching Masterchef Australia. The hosts are actually likeable and they treat all the contestants with respect. I despise the approach used by Ramsey and company with the contestants - who will screw who to win.

Posted by TYABEEDY 8 months ago
+6 | +6 / -0

This season was garbage. Every year they get rid of people who never leave their comfort zone. always cooking the same style of food doesn't show your true skill.And this year Claudia kept cooking mexican. There wasn't a single episode where she didn't cook that way. She should have been booted of the get go but instead she went really far. I'm done with this show.

Posted by hhl004 8 months ago
+5 | +5 / -0

They need to do something with the casting, it's more about participants standing out from the crowd than cooking. I would love this show to be more like the AU or NZ version.. it's all about crazy here... and not to much food.

Posted by ObbO1 1 year, 8 months ago
+5 | +8 / -3

US Masterchef - isn't Masterchef anymore ' G Ramsay isn't G Ramsay anymore -It's all end up as a sad scripted USA typical reality Chef with no Special powers.. Not really that great fan of G.R or US food programs anymore, it's just the same old boring song. Money and Fame kills the Artist . Mc.US-RaMSAY has become plain and pwetty BORING!! Masterchef Australia is about the Food, and the peoples creations, which is what it's all about, and btw with great hosts and lots of great learning .. Even the Masterchef UK, is a much greater Food show..

Posted by thebeats 8 months ago
+4 | +4 / -0

Would you ever eat a meal prepared by a dude in a muscle shirt? Care for some more armpit hair in your lasagna sir? How about some fresh grated deodorant?

Posted by TYABEEDY 9 months ago
+4 | +5 / -1

If this we're like any other season, Claudia would have been kicked off right away for not leaving her comfort zone and always cooking Mexican. This was not a great season.

Posted by cozmicspore 9 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

Ok, I got Derrick and Steven in the finale. Not sure who will win between those two. What do you guys think?

Posted by noxqq4it 10 months ago ( Edited 10 months ago )
+3 | +5 / -2

It probably depends on what kind of competition you want to watch. This version is a bit cut throat and the AU version is the opposite. The competitive spirit is alive in both versions just in different forms. I will say not really impressed by the food in the US just yet which is where the ozzys have the upper hand.

Posted by chatpilot 4 years, 10 months ago
+3 | +5 / -2

I can't help it but I love Master Chef. Anything with chef Gordon Ramsay in it gets me watching. But I also love chef Joe in this one, you have got to love that evil eye he gives the contestants from time to time. You don't know what he thinks of your dish till he decides to let you know. In the meantime you get the stare to keep you sweating and worrying whether you will last another day on the show.

Posted by Measter32 4 years, 11 months ago
+3 | +3 / -0

I do dig this show. I dont mind ether of them. But im more of an iron chef fan myself.

Posted by dianaluvsnyc 5 years, 9 months ago
+3 | +5 / -2

I prefer Masterchef Australia vs the US version and i'm an American. The Aussies camaraderie is an example of what this country lacks sometimes. The US Judges (granted one of them is from the UK) are way too mean sometimes. Where as the Aussie judges they are more tame and offer constructive criticism rather than breaking a person down. and the cattiness between the contestant's..."can we all just get along". You don't get that with the Australia show. Also the Austalia show aires 6 days a week offering over 72 episodes. 7/10...i like it but not as much as the Australian version.

Posted by DinaDLG 5 years, 9 months ago
+3 | +4 / -1

This one is okay, but based on the 'foreigner's' recommendation, I tried the MC Australia and I loved it!! First they have way more episodes than the US, and the chefs and guests are just as good as on MC USA. The Masterclasses were a bit boring, but still I liked to watch them cook. LOL I don't watch many reality tv shows, but this one has me hooked in both countries... now I want to hunt down the English one! I will be keeping an eye on both of these, and hope season one of MC Australia is completely up soon!

Posted by Lo_Rez 10 months ago
+2 | +5 / -3

Yeah, people are correct. The U.S. version says a lot about Americans. But the Aussie version says a lot about Australians. Let's not pretend that both countries don't have a lot of the same problems. But the American version is straightforward and all about how the people actually perform. But to me something is wrong with the AU version. I don't know why AU tv has to spend so much time focused on the hosts and not the cooking. I don't know why everyone on AU tv has to act like they are totally in love with someone they've known for a few days and are competing against. And I don't know why in the AU version I have to see so many goddamn deserts. As someone who has worked for years in the food industry, I would rather see a straightforward critical analysis of a dish than I would the simpering ooohing and aahing I have seen over plates that are a complete mess in the AU version.

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