MasterChef Australia

TV-14 8.2
2009 Reality

MasterChef Australia is a Logie Award-winning Australian competitive cooking game show based on the original British MasterChef. It is produced by Shine Australia and screens on Network Ten. Restaurateur and chef Gary Mehigan, chef George Calombaris and food critic Matt Preston serve as the show's main judges. Journalist Sarah Wilson hosted the first series, however her role was dropped at the end of the series.

  • Cast:
    Andy Allen , Poh Ling Yeow , Jean-Christophe Novelli , Sofia Levin

Seasons

Season 16
This season feature 4 judges. Andy Allen, Sofia Levin, Jean-Christophe Novelli and Poh Ling Yeow. The number of contestants increased from 18 to 22. Like the previous 2 seasons, the season omitted the broadcast of the audition stage. Only one Immunity Pin is up for grabs this season.
Season 16 2024
Season 15
Returning for its 15th season, MasterChef Australia is back to deliver a series full of twists and turns with Secrets & Surprises. Originally scheduled to premiere 1 May 2023, the series was postponed due to the sudden passing of judge Jock Zonfrillo the night before.
Season 15 2023
Season 14
Jock Zonfrillo, Andy Allen and Melissa Leong return to judge Season 14 of MasterChef Australia: Fans & Favourites. Original champion Julie Goodwin leads the 12 returning cooks who compete alongside 12 newcomers (and no auditions). The MasterChef kitchen also once again plays host to chefs from Australia and overseas, including Adriano Zumbo, Shannon Bennet, Curtis Stone, Reynold Poernomo, Clare Smyth, Alla Wolf-Tasker, Josh Niland and Maggie Beer.
Season 14 2022
Season 13
Judges Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen are back in the MasterChef Australia kitchen, ready to introduce the next generation of exceptional home cooks. 2021 will be seasoned to perfection with some of the world’s most recognisable and beloved chefs including Nigella Lawson, Yotam Ottolenghi, Heston Blumenthal, Massimo Bottura and Clare Smyth - plus homegrown sensations including Curtis Stone, Kirsten Tibballs, Darren Purchese, Alla Wolf-Tasker, Scott Pickett, Poh Ling Yeow, Callum Hann and Reynold Poernomo, all set to challenge the top 24 contestants. Sacrificing everything to follow their food dreams, this season’s passionate contestants have put their lives on hold to be part of this life-changing experience. With heart, soul and drive, this season’s exceptional contestants will follow their food dreams and make magic happen.
Season 13 2021
Season 12
Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen take the helm of the show that celebrates food and the love of food. Jock, Melissa and Andy will be joined in the MasterChef Australia kitchen by a delicious assortment of the world’s best chefs, including Gordon Ramsay, Heston Blumenthal and Curtis Stone, to serve up the 12th helping of MasterChef Australia. The traditional MasterChef Australia recipe also boasts some new ingredients when the best of the best from the past 11 seasons return to the kitchen in MasterChef Australia – Back To Win.
Season 12 2020
Season 11
Season 11 2019
Season 10
Season 10 2018
Season 9
Season 9 2017
Season 8
Season 8 2016
Season 7
Season 7 2015
Season 6
Season 6 2014
Season 5
Season 5 2013
Season 4
Season 4 2012
Season 3
Season 3 2011
Season 2
Season 2 2010
Season 1
Season 1 2009

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