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Paris Hilton’s Netflix Cooking Show Cancelled

By Oreoritse Tariemi
18 January 2022   |   11:19 am
Paris Hilton's Netflix cooking show Cooking With Paris has been cancelled after one season.  The culinary show premiered in August 2021 with six episodes that say Hilton try to make several receipes from savory main dishes to succulent desserts, alongside celebrity guests including Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Kim Kardashian, mom Kathy Hilton, and sister Nicky Hilton. Reporting the…

Paris Hilton

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BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 10: Paris Hilton attends Savage X Fenty Show Presented By Amazon Prime Video – Arrivals at Barclays Center on September 10, 2019 in Brooklyn, New York. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Savage X Fenty Show Presented by Amazon Prime Video )

Paris Hilton’s Netflix cooking show Cooking With Paris has been cancelled after one season. 

The culinary show premiered in August 2021 with six episodes that say Hilton try to make several receipes from savory main dishes to succulent desserts, alongside celebrity guests including Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Kim Kardashian, mom Kathy Hilton, and sister Nicky Hilton.

Reporting the show’s cancellation, Deadline said the series briefly cracked Netflix’s daily Top 10 rankings.

Cooking With Paris showcased the hotel heiress’ signature over-the-top style, featuring her cooking in outlandish outfits and wielding unique utensils like a crystal-encrusted spatula. 

This isn’t Paris Hilton’s first food endeavour. In season 4 of The Simple Life, she and costar Nicole Richie traded responsibilities with a mother of four, only for Hilton to prepare dinner for the woman’s kids with a clothing iron. 

Earlier this year, Hilton speaking to Entertainment Weekly, answered some culinary questions, including her favourite music to cook to which she said was her own song Stars Are Blind, and her must-have condiment “I love ketchup on everything”.

Hilton fans can still find the star on her Peacock reality show Paris in Love, which follows her and husband Carter Reum as they plan their wedding, and her podcast This Is Paris.