TV Quick Hits: ‘MasterChef’ season 7 premiere date; ‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’ teaser; Ted Cruz on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’
For all of you amateur home-cooks out there (or at least some of you who like to watch them on TV), we’ve got some more news right now regarding the return of “MasterChef”: An official premiere date for the seventh season!
Today Fox announced that the cooking competition will premiere on Wednesday, June 1 at 8:00 p.m. Eastern time, which is a pretty solid spot for it on the schedule. While it will eventually compete against “Big Brother,” we’re not sure that the two series share that big of an audience. As for the judging panel, we know that Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi are both returning; however, Graham Elliot is not, and his replacement has not been named as of yet.
Interested in getting some other TV news from the day?
Ted Cruz on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” – It’s routine at this point to see Presidential candidates on TV shows, so it’s really not too big of a shocker that the Republican contender will be making his first appearance on the ABC late-night show on Wednesday, March 30. There’s really nothing of substance that ever comes out of these gigs for any candidate (regardless of party), but you do get a sense of just how willing people are to make fun of themselves. Given that Ted Cruz once cooked bacon on a gun during a video, we gotta assume that he at least has some…
“Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” teaser – While this new clip from Netflix really doesn’t do anything in regards to giving you details on the story for season 2, it’s undeniably fun, and a reminder of why we do enjoy this show so much. New episodes are set to stream starting on April 15.