Kid reviews for Worst Cooks in America

Common Sense says

Competition teaches amateurs to cook in watch-together fare.
Based on our expert review

Parents say

age 8+
Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 9+
Based on 8 reviews
Kid, 10 years old May 20, 2021

great show

its funny to watch but they do say a good amount of bad words other than that its a great show

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Teen, 14 years old Written byDogcat May 10, 2020

NO

WHAT IS THIS! LOOKS WEIRD.
Kid, 12 years old August 11, 2017

Worst Cooks In America Is A Feelgood Family Show!

Worst Cooks in America. Worst Cooks in America is a reality competition show on the Food Network. The show takes 12 to 16 contestants (referred to as "recruits") with very poor cooking skills through a culinary boot camp, to earn a cash prize of $25,000 and a Food Network cooking set.(Google Summary) I watched almost all of the seasons on this show and it's great! there are curse words, but most of them are bleeped out except hell, and p----ed off. Sometimes the judges are a little harsh and make the contestants cry but that's rare. Nothing sexy, no consumerism and sometimes alcohol is included in the meal. Great messages include, trying your hardest, never giving up and teamwork. The judges are mostly great role models by helping their contestants, cheering them on and giving them praise(even though they can be critical.) All in all I really love this show and would recommend it to any family, Just sometimes be cautious of the language and who is around in the house. Enjoy the show!

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Kid, 12 years old May 17, 2016

Yes I love this show

This show is the best okay!
So for positive messages, this show is all about saying you can be bad at something, but you can always get better. Two recruits from each season cook a resteraunt quality meal.
Positive role models- everyone on the show is very mature, and shows that they want to mature.
Violence- the most violent thing you'll see on this show is smoke and fire
Sex- the worst thing that happened was "an egg on a sandwich is like sex on a plate" the egg opens "anne and her sandwich need to get a room"
Language- cursing is bleeped, damn and hell are unbleeped, a$$ is sometimes bleeped
Drugs- none
Alchahol- alchahol is drinken in a mature manner, sometimes an ingridient, mentioned, and sometimes recruits talk about alchahol they like.
This show is amazing, and 7+ can watch it, but you have to be more around 11 to understand some of the more mature topics.

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Kid, 11 years old March 19, 2016

Don't bother.

This show just revolves around making people who can't cook look bad. They come thinking it will make them better but all it does is humiliate them. Do you really want you or your kid/s to watch this?

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Teen, 14 years old Written byFortePiano February 29, 2016

Kitchen Idiots into Pros

Fantastic feel good show. Better than Chopped by a huge margin -- a show which I regularly watch. It's funny to watch the cooks struggle at first then it becomes super interesting toward the end. Feels like an amateur version of Food Network Star. Amazingly executed, hilarious, and all around entertaining. Recommend you at least try it.
Kid, 7 years old February 17, 2016

amazing!...but funny

read the title

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Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
Kid, 8 years old June 21, 2012

Finally, A Good Cooking Show With Amateurs! :D

sends a good messages to kids to try with effort

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Positive Messages
Positive role models
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Consumerism