Netflix cancels Paris Hilton’s cooking show after just one season


Paris Hilton’s the cooking show just got cooked. According to People, Netflix canceled Cooking with Paris after just one season. It’s not hot.

Cooking with Paris was a playful spin on the tried-and-true cooking show genre, and viewers followed Paris as she invited her rich and famous friends over to help her tackle simple recipes in the kitchen. In one episode, Kim Kardashian stops by and the two socialites fumble around with a frittata recipe. In another episode, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Star Kathy Hilton comes with Nicky Hilton Rothschild to help Paris cook for a family steak night.

According to Variety, the show was “conceived by accident” during the pandemic after Paris uploaded a video of herself making “sliced ​​lasagna” to her YouTube channel. (For those not fluent in Paris Hilton’s language, “sliving” is a combination of killing and living. It’s not a type of meat.) The cooking video went viral, so Netflix decided to release it. make it a show.

When the six-episode series dropped in the summer of 2021, it received mixed reactions. Some fans loved his chaotic take on the cooking show genre, while others struggled to adjust to the campiness of billionaires trying to cook meals in high heels and sequins. But what many critics didn’t realize was that the show was never meant to be taken too seriously.

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“I don’t have any training as a chef. I don’t know what I’m doing.” Paris Recount Variety before the premiere of the show. “Most cooking shows are very boring and I don’t watch them. I wanted to “Parisize” it.

Unfortunately, Paris-izeing a cooking show didn’t take off as they hoped. Maybe the format is better suited to YouTube? Anyway, if you’re still hungry for more Paris Hilton content, you have a lot of options. His Peacock series Paris in love is still airing, documenting her fairytale wedding to Carter Reum. This week at the finale, we’ll see them finally exchange their vows and seal the deal. Additionally, earlier this year, Paris signed an overall deal with Warner Bros. Unscripted Television and started his own production company, Slivington Manor Entertainment. So Paris may not be the next big thing in the culinary world, but she certainly won’t be leaving our television screens anytime soon.

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