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Entertainment 'Stupid decisions have been made': Fiery chef Colin Fassnidge goes rogue and blasts his own network Seven for MKR's disastrous ratings against MAFS during heated radio interview... as his show faces the axe

12:01  11 february  2020
12:01  11 february  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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' Stupid decisions have been made ': Fiery chef Colin Fassnidge goes rogue and blasts his own network Seven for MKR ' s disastrous ratings during heated radio interview as show faces the axe . By Candice Jackson For Daily Mail Australia. Published: 04:21 GMT, 11 February 2020

In an interview with 2GB’ s Chris Smith, chef Colin Fassnidge has blamed Seven for dipping audience MKR also struggled in the ratings last year, and there were rumours at the time that Seven would A Seven spokesperson told Pedestrian the rumours are false. B&T reached out to Seven for

Rumours are swirling that Seven could axe My Kitchen Rules: The Rivals due to its disastrous ratings.

a man wearing a suit and tie: 'They don't know how to program a show!' Chef Colin Fassnidge (pictured) has blasted Seven's 'stupid decisions' after My Kitchen Rules' disastrous ratings against Channel Nine's Married At First Sight© Provided by Daily Mail 'They don't know how to program a show!' Chef Colin Fassnidge (pictured) has blasted Seven's 'stupid decisions' after My Kitchen Rules' disastrous ratings against Channel Nine's Married At First Sight

And now judge Colin Fassnidge has blasted his own network for the cooking show's failings.

The fiery Irish chef told 2GB’s Chris Smith during a heated interview on Tuesday:  'Not everyone’s watching it at the moment cause we’ve got some people in Channel 7 who don’t know how to program a show!'

Viewers hear wedding bells and come running

  Viewers hear wedding bells and come running Married at First Sight made an emphatic splash on its return.Nine wins, end of night? Not quite. Seven’s MKR failed to make the top 10 national programs — 830,000 isn’t enough and 2020 will be a repeat of 2019’s struggle. The format is dead, like the Norwegian Blue.

My Kitchen Rules (often abbreviated as MKR ) is an Australian competitive cooking game show broadcast on the Seven Network since 2010.

MKR ’ s bad boy, Colin Fassnidge , on his gruelling ascension to celebrity. As well as his family, there’s his drumming ( Fassnidge is starting a band with Quay owner and guitarist/bassist John Fassnidge is also close to his other MKR colleague, Pete Evans, and has defended him against

The once-unbeatable cooking series has consistently failed to deliver with its new format, and ranked 17th place on Monday's free-to-air program listings.

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Colin Fassnidge has laughed off reports he' s being given the chop from cooking show My Kitchen Rules. 'If I was getting fired I wouldn't be here': The Irish-born celebrity chef wasn't mincing his words when he rubbished claims he Daily Mail Australia contacted Channel Seven for comment.

Colin Fassnidge might be a celebrity chef but the My Kitchen Rules judge confessed on Wednesday, he' s taken some tips and tricks from this year' s contestants. After roaring up to the season launch at his restaurant 4Fourteen in Sydney on his motorbike, the Irish personality told Daily Mail Australia the

Seven's MKR: The Rivals secured 439,000 metro viewers, while rival Married At First Sight saw 1.140million viewers tuning in on rival Nine.

'A lot of work went into this and then some stupid decisions were made to go up against the (Australian Open men's final) tennis and [MAFS], we should have started a week early,' Colin said.

Seemingly frustrated, he added: 'But what do I know? I’m only a cook!'

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment.

a person in a wedding dress: No match for MAFS! Seven's MKR: The Rivals secured 439,000 metro viewers, while rival Married At First Sight saw 1.140million viewers tuning in on rival Nine on Monday© Provided by Daily Mail No match for MAFS! Seven's MKR: The Rivals secured 439,000 metro viewers, while rival Married At First Sight saw 1.140million viewers tuning in on rival Nine on Monday a man wearing a suit and tie: 'Stupid decisions were made to go up against the tennis and [MAFS]': Colin said the show could have benefited from an earlier start or different air period© Provided by Daily Mail 'Stupid decisions were made to go up against the tennis and [MAFS]': Colin said the show could have benefited from an earlier start or different air period

My Kitchen Rules: The Rivals' ratings

Sunday 2nd Feb: (premiere): 498,000

MAFS dominates, lewd and clear

  MAFS dominates, lewd and clear Regrettably, the crass Married at First Sight continues to dominate.Seven’s hour of news from 6pm to 7pm scored 400,000 more than Nine’s hour. Seven was again second and a long way behind Nine with Ten beating the ABC into third spot.

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MKR judge Colin Fassnidge reveals he was almost sacked after just TWO EPISODES on the The 44-year-old revealed to the Daily Telegraph that soon after he joined the hit Channel Seven Just this week the Irish-born chef was back to his fiery best, slamming couple Brett and Marie for being 'cocky'.

Monday 3rd Feb: 517,000

Tuesday 4th Feb: 402,000

Wednesday 5th Feb: 428,000

Sunday 10th Feb: 476,000

Monday 11th Feb: 439,000

*All ratings are five-city metro

MKR: The Rivals suffered utter humiliation when it was beaten by the premiere of Great Australian Railway Journeys on SBS last Tuesday night.

The ratings were so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be cancelled.

'There won't be any more of the show. You might as well write the eulogy and prepare the coffin… it will not be back again,' McKnight told News.com.au.

'I don't think anyone expected this kind of devastation. I think it comes back to the fact they launched it up against the Australian Open final [on Sunday night]. That really, really hurt them.

'Can there be any recovery? I really don’t think so.'

a group of people sitting on a bench posing for the camera: Nail in the coffin?  MKR: The Rivals suffered utter humiliation when it was beaten by the premiere of Great Australian Railway Journeys on SBS last Tuesday night. The ratings were so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be cancelled. Pictured: MKR's Pete Evans, Colin Fassnidge, and Manu Feildel© Provided by Daily Mail Nail in the coffin?  MKR: The Rivals suffered utter humiliation when it was beaten by the premiere of Great Australian Railway Journeys on SBS last Tuesday night. The ratings were so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be cancelled. Pictured: MKR's Pete Evans, Colin Fassnidge, and Manu Feildel

The decline of My Kitchen Rules began in March 2019, when the franchise's audience hit an all-time low while up against Nine's Married At First Sight.

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  Nine gets a boost — it’s simple MAFS Nine's MAFS honeymoon continues unabated.End result is it’s Nine’s night once again. But not for Seven’s MKR (662,000 nationally), beaten again by the ABC’s 7.30 (851,000), Hard Quiz (855,000) and Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell (806,000) and also Ten’s Australian Survivor All Stars (729,000).

Acclaimed TV chef Colin Fassnidge has spoken out about the demise of one his famous Sydney eateries - three years after the establishment sold for a 'It' s a disgrace': My Kitchen Rules judge Colin Fassnidge delivers a serve on his once famous Sydney eatery dropping m in value in just three

Celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge has opened up about the difficulties of juggling a professional 'The rule we had was you can go crazy at work but you don't take it home it doesn't always happen like Besides his renowned cooking locations, he was also crowned GQ magazine' s Chef of the Year in

At the time, MKR judge Manu Feildel said that MAFS was an immoral show that 'brought out the worst in people'.

Manu Feildel wearing a suit and tie: 'I think it's sad that we've sunk that far': The decline of My Kitchen Rules began in March 2019, when the franchise's audience hit an all-time low while up against Nine's Married At First Sight. At the time, MKR judge Manu Feildel said that MAFS was an immoral show that 'brought out the worst in people'© Provided by Daily Mail 'I think it's sad that we've sunk that far': The decline of My Kitchen Rules began in March 2019, when the franchise's audience hit an all-time low while up against Nine's Married At First Sight. At the time, MKR judge Manu Feildel said that MAFS was an immoral show that 'brought out the worst in people'

'I think it's sad that we've sunk that far... We enjoy relationships falling apart. How is that entertainment?' he said.

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