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In this cooking competition series, several teams are challenged to plan and prepare a dinner party in their own homes. Their goal is to impress both the show's judges and their fellow competitors. The teams consist of pairs of minor celebrities. The series originated in Australia, and an American version debuted on Fox in January 2017.

Thursday 9:00 PM et/pt on FOX
5 Seasons, 195 Episodes
January 12, 2017
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  • Tonight on MKR, two teams cook for their chance to win a place in the grand final. There's more on the line than ever before - one team will go home, while the other will be in the running to win $250,000 and be crowned the My Kitchen Rules 2014 champions.

  • Tonight on MKR, two teams cook for their chance to win a place in the grand final. There's more on the line than ever before - one team will go home, while the other will be in the running to win $250,000 and be crowned the My Kitchen Rules 2014 champions.

  • My Kitchen Rules heads back around Australia tonight for the ultimate instant restaurant round. The clock is ticking, the knives are out, and the MKR doorbell is set to ring again. In a competition first, My Kitchen Rules teams are heading back to home turf to battle it out.

  • My Kitchen Rules heads back around Australia tonight for the ultimate instant restaurant round. The clock is ticking, the knives are out, and the MKR doorbell is set to ring again. In a competition first, My Kitchen Rules teams are heading back to home turf to battle it out.

  • My Kitchen Rules heads back around Australia tonight for the ultimate instant restaurant round. The clock is ticking, the knives are out, and the MKR doorbell is set to ring again. In a competition first, My Kitchen Rules teams are heading back to home turf to battle it out.

  • My Kitchen Rules heads back around Australia tonight for the ultimate instant restaurant round. The clock is ticking, the knives are out, and the MKR doorbell is set to ring again. In a competition first, My Kitchen Rules teams are heading back to home turf to battle it out.

  • My Kitchen Rules heads back around Australia tonight in the first episode of the ultimate instant restaurant round. The clock is ticking, the knives are out, and the MKR doorbell is set to ring again. In a competition first, My Kitchen Rules teams are heading back to home turf to battle it out.

  • It's the second knock-out round in Kitchen Headquarters tonight on MKR. Three teams do battle in a fierce kitchen contest and at the end of the night, one team is eliminated. Just who will be heading home?

  • It's the first knock-out round in Kitchen Headquarters tonight on MKR. Three teams do battle in a fierce kitchen contest and at the end of the night, one team is eliminated. Just who will be heading home?

  • It's back to Kitchen Headquarters tonight on My Kitchen Rules. Teams cook in the Kitchen HQ, creating amazing dishes for the farmers who provided the produce they're using. But can they impress these tough critics?

  • The pressure is mounting for two teams who battle for survival in a sudden death cook-off. With MKR guest judges - Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan - on hand to blind taste the contestant's meals, every minute, and every morsel counts. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • It's head-to-head time on My Kitchen Rules tonight. Teams are pitted against each other in the kitchen tonight. The winner of each head to head will be safe, with the weakest cooking again in a Show Down and facing the risk of heading straight to a Sudden Death cook-off.

  • It's business time on MKR as each team is charged with running their own pop-up restaurant. They must create a delicious meal to serve to 300 people. Customers will choose which restaurant they eat at and how much they want to pay for it. Teams will cook in the hope of receiving people's choice - and under the shadow of the judges pick for sudden death cook-off.

  • The pressure is mounting for two teams who battle for survival in a sudden death cook-off. With MKR guest judges - Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan - on hand to blind taste the contestant's meals, every minute, and every morsel counts. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • The weakest group from Sunday's food truck restaurant will face off against each other in a fierce kitchen showdown. Cooking is the universal language of love and our teams must create the most romantic meal they can, but there's a twist. Two teams will be safe, while the lowest three teams must battle again, leaving some to head straight to the next sudden death cook-off.

  • It's time to hit the road as our teams face the MKR Food Truck in Brisbane where the contestants will be pushed to their limit by renowned Irish chef Colin Fassnidge. Customers will pay what they think their meals are worth - and the group that earns the most money will be safe from elimination. The weakest group will battle to stay in the competition.

  • It's off to the job site for our MKR teams as tonight's challenge sees them cook lunch for 200 hungry tradies. When it's tools down and time to vote; who will be named Builders choice and who will be sent to a sudden death cook-off?

  • The pressure is mounting for two teams who battle for survival in a sudden death cook-off. With MKR guest judges - Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan - on hand to blind taste the contestant's meals, every minute, and every morsel counts. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • The weakest group from Sunday's food truck restaurant will face off against each other in a fierce kitchen showdown. Five teams race against the clock in a 'Chicken or Egg' challenge; but Pete and Manu have a twist in store. Two teams will be safe, while the lowest three teams must battle again - leaving one team to head straight to the next Sudden Death Cook-Off.

  • It's time to hit the road as our teams face the MKR Food Truck in Parramatta where the contestants will be pushed to their limit by renowned Irish chef Colin Fassnidge. Customers will pay what they think their meals are worth - and the group that earns the most money will be safe from elimination. The weakest group will battle to stay in the competition.

  • The Norton Street Festival sees our MKR teams head to Leichardt to battle for the best Italian dish. The team with the meal voted people's choice will be safe, but if they don't impress the crowd or the judges, they could be facing the next sudden death cook-off.

  • The pressure is mounting for two teams who battle for survival in a sudden death cook-off. With MKR guest judges - Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan - on hand to blind taste the contestant's meals, every minute, and every morsel counts. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • The weakest group from Sunday's food truck restaurant will face off against each other in a fierce kitchen showdown. Five teams race against the clock in a 'What's in your Fridge?' challenge. Two teams will be safe - the jury's choice and the judges choice. The lowest three teams must battle again leaving some to head straight to the next Sudden Death Cook-Off.

  • It's time to hit the road as our teams face the MKR Food Truck in Melbourne, where the contestants will be pushed to their limit by renowned Irish chef Colin Fassnidge. Customers will pay what they think their meals are worth - and the group that earns the most money will be safe from elimination. The weakest group will battle to stay in the competition.

  • Tonight our MKR contestants head back to school to face one of their toughest challenges. When the bell rings for lunchtime our teams need to feed 200 hungry kids. The dish voted as the children's choice will see one team given an advantage at the next challenge, while the weakest dish will see one team head straight into a sudden death cook-off.

  • The pressure is mounting as two teams battle for survival in a sudden death cook-off. And with a blind tasting by guest judges - Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan - getting it right will be even tougher. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • The weakest group from Sunday's food truck restaurant will face off against in a fierce kitchen showdown. Five teams race against the clock in a meat and three veg challenge. After that, two teams will be safe, and the lowest three must cook again in a Family Favourite showdown - leaving some to fight for their spot in a Sudden Death cook-off.

  • The surviving teams come face to face with the MKR Food Truck for the first time and the contestants will be pushed to their limit by renowned Irish chef Colin Fassnidge. Customers will pay what they think their meals are worth - and the group that earns the most money will be safe from elimination. The weakest group will battle to stay in the competition.

  • The surviving teams face their first challenge as they race against the clock to prepare breakfast for Sydney's hungry commuters. They'll be serving up something to eat on the go; ranging from classic egg dishes to a risky Congee. The team with the best dish as voted by the public will be safe from the next elimination. The weakest team will head straight to the first Sudden Death Cook-Off.

  • NSW Mum and daughter Cathy and Anna combine class and country as they serve up their three-course menu. At the end of the evening, one team will be going home. And what challenges are in store for the remaining teams?

  • Our teams head back to QLD tonight for David and Corinne's chance to redeem their reputation. Have they learnt from their mistakes in the kitchen? Will time be on their side as the Captain and Corinne attempt to stay afloat in the competition?

  • Back in Victoria, best mates Harry and Christo are hoping to shine after their first Instant Restaurant failed to impress. Will they keep their cool in the kitchen with their Greenhouse themed restaurant?

  • Gatecrashers Josh and Danielle take their turn in the kitchen tonight as MKR heads back to Victoria. With an interest in molecular gastronomy, will the experimental foodies confidence match their three courses?

  • The dinner party returns to a familiar abode tonight as WA's Chloe and Kelly host their second Instant Restaurant and fight to stay in the competition. After a less than successful first round, do they have what is takes in the kitchen to back up all their talk at the dinner table?

  • A third round of instant restaurants kicks off tonight on MKR, as the gatecrashers take their place at the dinner table. While the three lowest scoring teams from groups one and two have a second attempt to invite everyone around for dinner, it will be the first and only shot at impressing for our new teams.

  • The pressure is high on elimination night as our teams touch down in Western Australia tonight. It's the final instant restaurant of group two with designer Jess and miner Felix presenting their three course menu. With Felix's background - will these friends strike gold in the kitchen? And there's a shock in store as teams come face to face with the gatecrashers.

  • MKR teams sit down in South Australia tonight as homemakers, mums and friends Bree and Jessica host their instant restaurant. With a love of entertaining and keen professional interest in tourism outside the kitchen both of these gals are out for a worldly adventure away from home.

  • Victorian best mates Harry and Christo plate up their three-course menu tonight, as the kitchen competition heats up in round two. Family and food go hand in hand for these bachelor mates who have known each other since birth. Tonight they make their own mark in the kitchen, just how will they be judged?

  • Tonight we meet Tasmania's Thalia and Bianca - the youngest team in the competition. These BFF's are totes confident, but can they bring enough culinary maturity to impress their fellow home chefs and judges?

  • It's time for Queensland to host again as David and Corinne put their three course menu up for judgement. Despite their 22 year age gap, love is all around for this couple, but when cooking against the clock will their seafood themed night sink or swim?

  • Group one have shown what they can do in the kitchen and now it's group two's turn to plate up on MKR. The competition heads back to NSW where newylweds Uel and Shannelle take to the kitchen. Love blossomed when they started cooking together but only time will tell if they can recreate the same magic under the pressure of an instant restaurant.

  • MKR heads west tonight as Perth hosts Kelly and Chloe serve up their global flavours. These well-travelled best friends enjoy the finer things in life and aren't afraid to splurge on restaurants and produce but will it translate into high home cooking scores? Plus, one team is going home tonight - just who will it be?

  • Meet South Australia's Deb and Rick, married 38 years and ready to put their culinary skills to the test in their Australiana themed instant restaurant. Deb's wicked sense of humour shines through as Rick declares war on the younger contestants. Will old-school rule for these childhood sweethearts?

  • Our kitchen competitors head to Victoria tonight to take a seat at the table of Greek twins Helena and Vikki. With plans for a food channel and a cookbook these twins are banking on themselves but will their culinary skills match their confidence?

  • Tonight, we ride the break north to Queensland as surfer dads Paul and Blair serve up a feast. Their passion stems from Balinese influences and these teachers love cooking for their families but have they done enough kitchen homework to gain top marks?

  • Tonight, it's Canberra's turn as newly dating couple Andrew and Amelia prepare their three-course menu. They call themselves 'natural entertainers', this loved-up duo are determined to put Canberra on the map but will their passion for spices and blend of cultures create harmony or havoc on the plate?

  • Tonight on MKR, the teams must cook their ultimate three-course meal. With blind tastings from the guests judges, the scores will become very important as the finals heat up.

  • Tonight on MKR, the teams must cook their ultimate three-course meal. With blind tastings from the guests judges, the scores will become very important as the finals heat up.

  • Tonight on MKR, teams are shocked to see the return of one previously eliminated team - the winner from comeback kitchen. The five teams must create an Amuse Bouche - an elaborate bite-sized creation showcasing all the ability and craftsmanship of their team. The bottom two teams will battle it out in a final cook-off for the last place in the final four.

  • The MKR competition continues to sizzle tonight as the second group of finalists is determined. The winner from Monday's food truck challenge has chosen their two adversaries for tonight, and in a surprise twist they will also choose the ingredients that each team cooks with for the challenge.

  • The MKR competition continues to sizzle tonight as the second group of finalists is determined. The winner from Monday's food truck challenge has chosen their two adversaries for tonight, and in a surprise twist they will also choose the ingredients that each team cooks with for the challenge.

  • The MKR competition heats up tonight with the first of the finalists decided by the end of the evening. The winner from last night's food truck challenge has chosen their two adversaries for tonight, and in a surprise twist they will also choose the ingredients that each team cooks with for the challenge. The strongest dish will be safe, while the two weakest teams will have to compete.

  • As the finals drawer closer, tonight's challenge gives the victors an incredible advantage in the competition. Teams are given a food truck to operate for a busy lunchtime service in Sydney's CBD. Judges Pete Evans and Manu Feildel will decide the best two dishes, giving the winners the opportunity to decide who they will compete against in the upcoming finals deciders.

  • My Kitchen Rules returns to comeback kitchen tonight as the eliminated teams continue to vie for one coveted spot up for grabs to get them back in the competition. Unbeknown to the teams still competing, those who depart after a loss at the sudden death cook-off will be given the opportunity to view for a spot back in Kitchen HQ.

  • It's an extra special elimination night tonight as two teams battle for survival in Perth. Having to impress guest judges Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan as well as Pete and Manu means getting it right will be even tougher. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will end their MKR journey in Perth?

  • The teams continue their west coast travels tonight, making their way south to the famed Margaret River region. Arriving at a beautiful winery, they are tasked with cooking for 100 farmers celebrating the WA Farmers Association 100th anniversary in just 100 minutes. And the catch - they'll pick their produce straight from the garden!

  • The teams embark on an adventure tonight, trekking to Western Australia to work with some of the freshest ingredients on offer. Their first port of call is Broome and the spectacular Cable Beach. Here teams must fish and catch as much seafood as possible to gain the advantage. The team which catches the heaviest load will have the first choice of ingredients to cook with.

  • With winter just around the corner, teams are tasked with creating a winter warming dish in just 30 minutes tonight. The bottom four teams will move into the Showdown, where they will have the opportunity to create their ultimate chocolate creation to impress the judges and avoid the Sudden Death Cook-off.

  • The teams are faced with budget concerns tonight. With just $10 to create a meal for four, the teams will form groups and combine their money to increase their purchasing power. But in a special twist, the teams in the opposite group will taste and score the dishes in a blind tasting. The team with the highest score will win the People's Choice award and be safe from the next elimination.

  • It's elimination night at the MKR Kitchen Headquarters. The pressure is mounting as two teams battle for survival. Having to impress guest judges Colin Fassnidge, Guy Grossi, Karen Martini and Liz Egan as well as Pete and Manu means getting it right will be even tougher. At the end of a frantic three courses, one team will be eliminated. Who will be going home?

  • The viewing public will decide what is being cooked. Social media voting has decided the four ingredients on offer in the Rapid Cook-off. But the teams must decide among themselves who gets which ingredients. The bottom four teams will move into the Showdown, where they will have the opportunity to cook with their own favourite ingredient to impress the judges and avoid the Sudden Death Cook-off.

  • The teams head to Australia's biggest race day, the Melbourne Cup. And it won't be all frocks and fascinators for our teams - no they'll be cooking canap

  • In a My Kitchen Rules first, teams will join forces tonight to create a four-course meal during the rapid cook-off. And teamwork will be imperative, with all four teams from the losing group going into the showdown. The weakest team from the showdown, as chosen by the judges, will head straight to the next Sudden Death Cook-Off.

  • Tonight on My Kitchen Rules, teams are cooking lunch for hoards of school kids on a school excursion at Taronga Zoo. Teams will have to cook healthy kid-friendly food for 200 children who arrive hungry after a long day walking around the zoo. The best dish as voted by the kids will win the Children's Choice award and be safe from the next elimination.

  • Breakfast is on the menu in the rapid cook-off in the kitchen tonight. One team has already won the People's Choice award, earning them safety from elimination; while the weakest team has been condemned to the sudden death cook-off. Tonight, the remaining teams must cook at Kitchen Headquarters where the judges have a few tricks up their sleeve. Who will rise to the challenge?

  • It's market madness for the remaining teams tonight. The teams will open food stalls at the extremely busy Sydney Markets, which sees more than 40,000 visitors on the weekend. Those who make the most money selling their market food will be voted the People's Choice and be safe from the next elimination.

  • Herbs are on the menu tonight in the first rapid cook-off of the competition. One team has already won the People's Choice award, earning them safety from elimination; while the weakest team has been condemned to the first sudden death cook-off. Tonight, the remaining teams must cook at Kitchen Headquarters for the first time where the judges have a few tricks up their sleeve.

  • Herbs are on the menu tonight in the first rapid cook-off of the competition. One team has already won the People's Choice award, earning them safety from elimination; while the weakest team has been condemned to the first sudden death cook-off. Tonight, the remaining teams must cook at Kitchen Headquarters for the first time where the judges have a few tricks up their sleeve.

  • The surviving teams enter the MKR Kitchen Headquarters for the first time tonight. Thrown straight into a challenge, the teams are tasked with catering for an inner-city apartment block's annual warehouse party. They'll be cooking fresh summer party food for 50 people from the residents' kitchens, which are some of the smallest in Australia.

  • It's time for best friends from NSW, Ashlee and Sophia, to put their money where their mouth is as they step into the kitchen. They've dished out harsh critiques, but will they dish out something amazing?

  • After the 'curry from a jar' scandal of their first dinner party, Tasmanians Ali and Samuel are out to prove they can produce, as well as appreciate, good food. Will everything be Thai-riffic the second time around?

  • Gatecrashers Kieran and Nastassia host a dinner with a difference. But in this very competitive round, rivalry tips the scales and things get heated as the contestants clash over their harsh critiques.

  • It's second time round for Dan and Steph and they're sticking to what they know best. But will their cooking impress the judges, or will it be overshadowed by the harsh critiques from the other contestants?

  • Gatecrashers from VIC, 'Real Housewives' Angela and Melina, prepare to make their mark in the competition with their Italian inspired cooking. And things get heated as teams deliver their harsh critiques.

  • Touching down in South Australia tonight for the final instant restaurant of group two, domestic goddesses Jenna and Joanna are out to prove they're more than just talk. After some tough critiquing of their fellow guests, the teams have some high expectations of 'Little Miss Cupcake' Jenna and her friend Joanna. Will they be able to deliver the goods?

  • The MKR teams are in Queensland tonight to celebrate a romantic Valentine's Day with married couple Dan and Steph. Welcoming the teams to Hervey Bay, will "sausage king" Dan live up to all his hype and deliver diners a feast he can be proud of? Our cooking teams each take turns to transform an ordinary home into an instant restaurant for one pressure-cooker night.

  • With Sydney's iconic Bondi Beach as a backdrop, NSW personal trainers Luke and Scott have the ambience taken care of tonight on My Kitchen Rules. Is food going to be as fantastic? As the foodie tour intensifies, the table critics are getting harder to impress so the boys will need to work extra hard to scale the leaderboard.

  • Back on the Apple Isle tonight, best mates Ali and Samuel aim to fly the flag high for Tasmania again. With fellow Tasmanians MICK & MATT sitting atop the group one leaderboard, the duo have high expectations on their shoulders. Will it be two out of two for Tassie? Our cooking teams each take turns to transform an ordinary home into an instant restaurant for one pressure-cooker night.

  • The travelling food party arrives in Western Australia tonight as mother and daughter team Lisa and Candice put on a show. This performing duo have big plans to wow their guests, but will it be their singing and dancing, or the food, that impresses their guests the most?

  • Group one have shown what they can do in the kitchen and now it's group two's turn to plate up on My Kitchen Rules. The competition heads back to Victoria where cousins Sam and Chris kick off the second round. These young guns have an ambitious and funky Melbourne feast on the menu, but will everything go to plan?

  • As the final instant restaurant for group one, South Australian lovebirds Lisa and Stefano will be keen to stay off the bottom of the leader board tonight. But will their simple, relaxed family food be enough to satisfy the foodies around their table tonight? One team is going home tonight - just who will it be?

  • The youngest team in the competition steps into the spotlight tonight as Queensland's Jake and Elle don their aprons. Will the brother and sister duo prove their opinions have substance, or will they be a case of over-hyped, self-boasting Gen-Y-ers. Our cooking teams each take turns to transform an ordinary home into an instant restaurant for one pressure-cooker night.

  • It's Bollywood glamour tonight when the MKR teams take their seats around the table at Jessie and Biswa's instant restaurant. Will the NSW girls spice up the competition? Or will the other teams find their cuisine unsavoury?

  • Tonight the competition heads to the west coast and into the kitchen with dating hipsters Josh and Andi. They like to follow the fashion trends, but will their food be in vogue with the judges and their guests? Our cooking teams each take turns to transform an ordinary home into an instant restaurant for one pressure-cooker night. They'll serve up a three-course menu to impress everybody.

  • Tonight, it's Tasmania's turn as father and son Mick and Matt prepare their three-course menu. Will their love of seafood translate to the plate? Or will abalone diver Matt be left red-faced? It's plate versus plate as 12 teams of two attempt to out-dine and out-wine each other to see whose kitchen rules.

  • There are plenty of surprises in store as Australia's favourite home-cooking show returns for a brand new series. Just who will be crashing their dinner parties? Manu Feildel and Pete Evans return to host and judge the ultimate home-cooking battle. It's state versus state, plate against plate, as 12 teams of two attempt to out-dine and out-wine each other.

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