More My Kitchen Rules for Channel 4


LONDON: Channel 4 has recommissioned the competitive cooking series My Kitchen Rules UK, which 7 Wonder will be producing new episodes of.

My Kitchen Rules UK launched as a 30-episode series last summer on Channel 4. The new order will see 7 Wonder extend the series by a further ten one-hour episodes. Michelin Star chef Michael Caines and food writer Prue Leith will again join forces to judge amateur cooks, who will open their own restaurants at home for a chance at a cash prize.

Syeda Irtizaali, the commissioning editor for entertainment at Channel 4, said: “My Kitchen Rules UK is a great format for amateur cooks. I’m amazed at the breadth of creativity contestants across Britain show when creating a unique dining experience for each other, and for cooking legends Michael and Prue. We’re thrilled to be serving up a second helping later this year.”

Debb Swindells, series producer at 7 Wonder, added: “We’re delighted to be bringing back more My Kitchen Rules UK. We received a great response from series one. So now we’re on the hunt for more passionate home cooks, and we can’t wait to shine a light on some of the best food talent the country has to offer.”