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Meet the Contestants of 'MasterChef Junior' Season 4

Meet the 24 young contestants competing in season 4 of MasterChef Junior , which premieres Friday, November 6 at 8pm on FOX. Chef Gordon Ramsay and his fellow judges, Graham Elliot and Christina Tosi, are ready for 24 new home cooks between the ages of 8 and 13 to enter the MasterChef kitchen. They will participate in everything from catering a party for over 50 boys and girls, facing off in a cupcake frosting challenge and a tag-team challenge, and the pop-up restaurant. The winner will receive a trophy and $100,000 grand prize.   Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/slideshows/meet-the-contestants-of-masterchef-junior-season-4-51147.aspx

FOX's 'MasterChef Junior' Season 4 To Premiere November 6, Meet The Bite-Sized Cooks

From New York to Arizona to Tennessee and beyond, the kids are back in the kitchen and ready to add their signature flare to every dish!   Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/1CiYBvTeY1s/

FOX Sets Fall 2015 Premiere Dates for 'Bones,' 'Scream Queens' and More

ABC, CBS, NBC and The CW have all announced premiere dates for fall 2015. Now it's FOX's turn. The network will start rolling out its lineup the night after the Emmys, with Gotham and new drama Minority Report debuting on September 21.   Most of FOX's fall shows will premiere in September, including Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens on September 22 with a two-hour opener. Rosewood will make its own debut on September 23 preceding the return of the hugely popular drama Empire .   Read More... http://www.buddytv.com/articles/bones/fox-sets-fall-2015-premiere-da-56821.aspx

'MasterChef Junior' Season 3 winner: Nathan Odom or Andrew Zappley, who won?

TIme to find out which pre-teen is crowned the winner of Season 3 of "MasterChef Junior," 12-year-old Nathan Odom or 11-year-old Andrew Zappley. For the finale, each young cheftestant has 90 minutes to prepare a three-course meal. Let's see how they did.Andrew's menu consisted of roasted beets with homemade herb ricotta cheese, apricot jelly and toasted pumpernickel bread for the appetizer; braised beef cheeks ravioli with pan sauce and shaved parmesan for the entree; and cinnamon rice pudding with verjus reduction and figs for the dessert.Nathan's menu consisted of an appetizer of roasted fennel and Gruyere cheese au gratin with French ham and shaved fennel and grapefruit salad; an entree of herb-crusted rack of lamb with white asparagus puree and a side of fava beans and fresh morels; and a dessert of Earl Grey and Meyer lemon tart with thyme and blood orange coulis. RELATED: Meet Christina Tosi, the new 'MasterChef' judgeThe judges seemed to... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/P9PeTUIWV-8/masterchef_junior_season_3_winner_nathan_odom_or_andrew_zappley_who_won-2015-02

'MasterChef Junior' chef-testants think Valentine's Day is 'gross'

Love is in the air in the "MasterChef Junior" kitchen. With Valentine's Day creeping closer, the young chef-testants are sharing their thoughts on romance, relationships and what meal they'd prepare for their special someone.Of course, given their age it might come as no surprise that the chef-testants aren't all big fans of the holiday. "Valentine's Day means gross stuff," Alexis says through a giggle. For the rest of the kids, it's about eating lots of candy.Love is a different story, unless you're Mia and Alexis -- who label it "gross." "If you love someone you care for them and you're willing to put their needs above yours," Jimmy says with a wisdom far beyond his years.RELATED: Meet 'MasterChef Junior's' new judge Christina TosiHowever, the real fun comes when the kids get down to deciding the perfect meal to cook for their valentines. Naturally desserts come to mind, but that's not the best answer. "I... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/ubQGO8DutBQ/zap2it_first_masterchef_junior_valentines_day_gross-2015-02

Masterchef Junior season 3 episode 5 - Monkey Business preview

The cooks create unique dishes using bananas; salmon en croute elimination challenge. Airs Tuesday Feb. 3 on FOX.

TV ratings: 'The Flash' dips in return, 'Parks and Rec' steady on State of the Union Tuesday

The State of the Union address dominated the Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, drawing about 20 million viewers across the Big 4 networks (and several million more on cable). It also meant that a lot of shows took the night off.Of those that did air new episodes, "The Flash" and "Supernatural" were both off a bit from their most recent episodes on The CW, although "Supernatural" held steady in adults 18-49. NBC's "Parks and Recreation" was pretty steady, ticking up in viewers from its premiere a week ago but dipped a tenth of a point in the 18-49 demographic. "Masterchef Junior" was even in the 18-49 demo and rose in viewers for FOX.Numbers for the Big 4 are all subject to change due to their live State of the Union coverage. In the Fast Nationals, CBS averaged 8.1 million viewers and a 5.1 rating/8 share in households. NBC (4.6 million, 2.9/5) came... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/bsBUar9ujUs/tv_ratings_january_20_2015_state_of_the_union_flash_parks_and_rec-2015-01

How MasterChef Junior's kids changed the show

Reality Blurred's Andy Dehnart runs down the TCA panel on Fox's hit "MasterChef Junior," which included Gordon Samsay, Graham Elliot, and new judge Christina Tosi.   Read More... http://www.hitfix.com/news/headline-how-masterchef-juniors-kids-changed-the-show

Gordon Ramsay On The Kids In MasterChef Junior': Crying Is Healthy TCA

There's no crying in baseball but crying in cooking is apparently OK. Just ask Gordon Ramsay , judge and executive producer of MasterChef Junior . Appearing on today's TCA panel with new judge Christina Tosi (a pastry chef); judge Graham Elliot; EPs Adeline Ramage Rooney and Robin Ashbrook and a gaggle of junior chefs, Ramsay said he believes that when the 8-13 year old contestants cry in response to kitchen criticism, it's healthy.   Read More... http://deadline.com/2015/01/masterchef-junior-fox-tca-1201352494/

Meet 'MasterChef Junior's' new judge Christina Tosi

"MasterChef Junior" is changing things up for Season 4 with the addition of Christina Tosi as Joe Bastianich exits the popular cooking competition show. Judge and executive producer Gordon Ramsay tells the 2015 winter TV press tour that Tosi has "brought a touch of class to the panel." Later, he tells Zap2it that he got on "brilliantly well" with Bastianich and still sees him all the time, but "it's a tough gig being a judge and it takes a lot of time." "Christina, for me, has hit the 'MasterChef Junior' judging panel at the right time," says Ramsay. "Some bloody good chefs are females today. I'm fed up with it being a [male-dominated field]. It's about bringing more females to the forefront. I'm hoping that's going to help propel more girls who weren't too sure about following in her footsteps as a career now certainly will."RELATED: The 'MasterChef Junior' contestants just keep 'getting stronger'For her... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Zap2it/~3/5dVNqqrcjvk/meet_masterchef_junior_new_judge_christina_tosi-2015-01
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