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November 4, 2019

MasterChef Australia: An analysis of the fans appetite for the new judges

Do you know the new judges for 2020?

MasterChef Australia is an international success. Fans come from far and wide including, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and India. The TV show is originally from the UK and is the world’s most successful and travelled food format.

The iconic cooking program rewrote the recipe for must-see reality television and has inspired many to spend more time in their kitchens.

In this whitepaper we explore the sentiment around the announcement of the show’s new judges, the perception gap between social and traditional media and the common themes seen in the media about the reality TV show.

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