Chopped Next Gen

TV review by Martin Brown, Common Sense Media
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age 11+

Gen Z cooking competition has diverse cast, blood, swearing.

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age 5+

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age 5+

Boring

There is no excitement like the original, and it is too scripted. Also, it is set up way easier than the actual chopped kitchen, these chefs have unbelievable stations (way easier), where as the chopped kitchen is small and limited. Love the judges though! It is boring for a cooking competition. I will stick with original.

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