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Cooking with Paris

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Tongue-in-cheek cooking show falls flat, has drinking.

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The joke here is that Hilton is neither very good at cooking nor interested in getting any better at cooking. Predictably, Cooking with Paris's premise gets thin very quickly. It feels designed for viewers who want some nostalgia and to laugh at Hilton's aloof vibe rather than sincerely learn about cooking. The series may have been more successful as a short video series, or as simply a pitch that never got produced -- imagining what this show might be is pretty much just as entertaining as watching it.

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