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Mondays, 7:00 PM EST
Tracked 77 Times
2 Seasons, 222 Episodes
30 Minutes
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Popeye the Sailor is a comic strip character, later featured in popular animated cartoons. He was created by Elzie Crisler Segar,[1] and first appeared in the daily King Features comic strip Thimble Theatre on January 17, 1929.


The Man On The Flying Trapeze

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Popeye is devistated when Olive Oyl leaves him for The Man on the Flying Trapeze, until he does some Trapeze stunts of his own to try and win her back.

Episode Reviews

by HippeeChick

Mar 01, 2015

This is BY FAR my favorite cooking competition show. I enjoy the interaction between the hosts/judges. Love the format; the level of difficulty in the challenges; the way the contestants support one another. I also love the Master classes!
I wish I could give it more than 5 stars!
(I don't even watch the US version. It relies on drama more than cooking.)

by Nick Moore

Jul 26, 2016

Somehow more watchable than what I assume is the UK original. BRILLIANT. Entertaining. Worth a watch. Captivating.
UPDATE: Much better than the UK BBC version !
UPDATE2: Better than the USA version too !
UPDATE3: Somehow more real and with Master classes too - so good
UPDATE4: All of the above plus a Wow !

by mojo86

Mar 28, 2015

This is one of the best cooking competitions out there. If you love masterchef US, do not watch this. If you hate masterchef US for its over the top challenges and missing focus of FOOD, then give this a show. On top of that, it airs episodes about 6 times a week, so there is a wealth of recipes and cocking tips that is matched by no other cooking competition.

by lauravd

Dec 28, 2014

Who doesn't love a good cooking battle

by Lucy

Jun 24, 2017

This is absolutely the best version of Masterchef! The challenges are inventive and exciting, changing things up every week with new tests to really push the contestants and made them better chefs. The hosts are very knowledgable and give masterclasses, tips and support to all the chefs to help them progress in their new careers, rather than act as a game show hosts. The whole show has a lovely family feel and the support between professional chefs and amongst the contestants is great to watch. I've even learnt some cooking tips which is a bonus!

Love the cheesy theme music and titles sequence too, I'm not ashamed to say I sing along with to each episode!