Paris Hilton comes from a background of great success in reality television, but her latest venture as the star of a cooking show has already come to an end. Per Deadline, Netflix gave the boot to Hilton’s program Cooking with Paris, which brings it to an end after a run of six episodes. The series started in August when it briefly penetrated the streamer’s Top 10 rankings, but it seems like there just weren’t enough viewers to order a second season.
Cooking with Paris, Hilton has adopted a variety of recipes, ranging from main courses to various desserts. Several special guest stars have also been brought in to cook with Hilton, such as Kim Kardashian West, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Lele Pons, and Kathy and Nicky Hilton. Paris served as the host for what was not your conventional cooking program at all, as can be seen from the little things like Hilton using a spatula with diamonds to flatten hamburger meat.
“It was so much fun,” Hilton said of the revival of her reality television persona, per Bumped. “I feel like for a show like this I wanted something that people can really enjoy, and can laugh and smile, and just have fun. Especially after everyone has been in their homes and during this pandemic, I just feel like I wanted to doing something that was really fun.and I definitely had the feeling Simple life vibes when I was in the kitchen. Because I just felt like a fish-out-of-water in that program, because I do not really know how to cook. I knew how to cook lasagna, but nothing else. And I do not know the names of certain cookware and such things. So it was all very new to me. ”
The CEO of Hilton co-produced the series with Aaron Saidman, Eli Holzman and Rebecca Hertz. Cooking with Paris was produced by Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation.
Paris Hilton introduces ‘Dumb Blonde’ law for television
Paris Hilton, known for the way she is portrayed on reality TV shows, says there is a side to her that fans do not see when the cameras roll. She has since come out and said she oversold the “stupid blonde” performance on TV to make her shows more interesting. As Hilton said before, “This whole time I’ve been playing a character, so the world has never really known who I am … The real me is someone who’s actually brilliant. I’m not a dumb blonde“I’m just very good at pretending to be one.”
These days, Hilton is also hosting her own podcast. It debuted in February last year in association with iHeartMedia and includes interviews with family, friends and other celebrities. It is baptized This is Paris, the same name as a YouTube Originals documentary that lets fans learn more about the reality life of the reality television star.
There will be no new seasons coming, but for those who want to watch the six existing episodes of Cooking with Paris, you can find that they stream Netflix.
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