Seven have released a first look at MY KITCHEN RULES for 2018
Real cooking for real Australians is the focus of a brand new food series starring home cooking experts Sammy and Bella Jakubiak
The summer ratings period came to close on Saturday night, and it was mostly business as usual.
The Nine Network has confirmed controversial reality series Married At First Sight will return for 2017 in an extended format designed to combat ratings powerhouse My Kitchen Rules.
The production arm of the Seven Network has today announced a deal that will see it produce a new version of My Kitchen Rules for New Zealand.
The Seven Network today announced its next move to build on the increasing international recognition of Seven’s created and produced My Kitchen Rules, the company today confirmed that FOX Broadcasting Company (FOX) has signed Seven to create and produce My Kitchen Rules for the United States.
Victorian sisters Tasia and Gracia are 2016's My Kitchen Rules Champions after a six point win over South Australia's Carmine and Lauren
Carmine and Lauren proved they have what it takes to be serious MKR title contenders, defeating mother and son team Anna and Jordan by 10 points in tonight’s second semi-final.
The spirited siblings are one step closer to opening their dream restaurant as Gianni and Zana exit the MKR competition.
The 2016 MKR semi-finalists have been decided with the elimination of Victorian siblings Mitch and Laura