Cooking with Paris debuted on the streamer on August 4, 2021 and ran for six episodes. The series followed the famous socialite as she tried her hand at a range of recipes, accompanied by celebrity guests such as Kim Kardashian, Demi LovatoSaweetie, Nikki Glaseras well as his mother Kathy Hilton and sister Nicky Hilton.
The series highlighted Paris’ unorthodox and chaotic style, cooking in over-the-top outfits and using utensils such as a Swarovski crystal-encrusted spatula. While some viewers enjoyed the show’s tongue-in-cheek humor and believed Paris was in on the joke, many critics thought it was overproduced and Paris’ personality felt “strength.”
Despite Netflix’s cancellation, Paris is still busy elsewhere, including on her reality show Peacock Paris in love. The series succeeds the old simple life star as she and venture capitalist Carter Reum plan their wedding. The first season premiered in November, and the two-part finale is set to air on January 27.
The “Stars Are Blind” singer also presents the It’s Paris podcast, where she chats with her friends and family about various aspects of pop culture. “She’ll interview people in a way that only Paris can,” reads the show’s official synopsis. “Surprising and unexpected questions and topics. Honest, fun, open, inspiring and unpredictable.
Parisian executive produced Cooking with Paris alongside Aaron Saidman, Eli Holzman and Rebecca Hertz. Industrial Media’s Intellectual Property Corporation produced the series.
Cooking with ParisSeason 1, Streaming, Netflix
Paris in loveSeason 1, Thursdays, Peacock