My Kitchen Rules

Teams of two from across Australia compete to determine who makes the best meal. The teams prepare three-course meals and score one another's dishes. Celebrity chefs Pete Evans and Manu Feildel also judge the meals. The low-scoring teams are eliminated throughout the competition with the eventual winning pair earning a AU$250,000 grand prize.

English русский язык eesti
  • TheTVDB.com Series ID 138981
  • Status Continuing
  • Airs Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, at 7:00pm
  • Networks Seven Network
  • Runtimes 55 minutes (190 episodes) 56 minutes (42 episodes) 54 minutes (25 episodes) 44 minutes (17 episodes) 46 minutes (16 episodes) 45 minutes (13 episodes) 65 minutes (11 episodes) 50 minutes (11 episodes) 53 minutes (11 episodes) 52 minutes (8 episodes) 75 minutes (8 episodes) 49 minutes (7 episodes) 48 minutes (7 episodes) 51 minutes (7 episodes) 47 minutes (6 episodes) 64 minutes (6 episodes) 57 minutes (6 episodes) 58 minutes (5 episodes) 63 minutes (5 episodes) 61 minutes (5 episodes) 60 minutes (5 episodes) 90 minutes (4 episodes) 76 minutes (4 episodes) 70 minutes (4 episodes) 68 minutes (3 episodes) 71 minutes (3 episodes) 66 minutes (3 episodes) 67 minutes (2 episodes) 69 minutes (2 episodes) 86 minutes (2 episodes) 59 minutes (2 episodes) 62 minutes (2 episodes) 100 minutes (1 episode) 94 minutes (1 episode) 99 minutes (1 episode) 85 minutes (1 episode) 93 minutes (1 episode) 81 minutes (1 episode) 92 minutes (1 episode) 43 minutes (1 episode) 78 minutes (1 episode) 88 minutes (1 episode)
  • Genres Food Reality
  • Original Language English
  • Time Period 2010s 2020s
  • On Other Sites Official Website IMDB TV.com
  • Episode Screenshot Format 16:9 Screencap
  • Favorited This series has been favorited by 296 people.
  • Created February 1, 2010 by voggers
  • Modified August 17, 2021 by BlackSpirits

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