‘Masterchef Junior’ Renewed with a New Judge
We’re going to see more of the junior chefs because “Masterchef Junior” has been renewed for a fourth season! Read on for further details.
Fox has ordered a fourth season of the cooking competition series “Masterchef Junior,” and since Joe Bastianich is leaving the show after the third season, which is currently running, the network has found a replacement for him.
Christina Tosi, pastry chef and owner and founder of Milk Bar in New York City, is joining the roster of judges in “Masterchef Junior” Season 4. She’s beyond thrilled to be one of the judges of the best cooking show in the whole world.
“’Masterchef’ has been one of my favorite shows since it began, and like so many others, I fell in love with ‘Masterchef Junior.’ I’m incredibly humbled by the opportunity and excited to pay forward all that I owe to learning what youre made of in the home kitchen, and putting your neck on the line to show what you’ve got to the rest of the world!” Tosi told Entertainment Weekly.
Gordon Ramsay, one of the judges of the show, knows Tosi and puts in a good word for her.
“Masterchef Junior” has earned such high ratings, which is why there’s no wonder why it has been renewed for a fourth season.
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