Alright, foodies, there’s a new cooking series coming to Netflix, and it’ll have you breaking out Paris Hilton’s catch phrases as you watch along. That’s right, the heiress whose prone to having her hands in many a cookie jar is back with a new bag: Cooking with Paris.
The original series, based on her cooking show of the same name on her Youtube channel, will be a six episode love affair of all things scrumptious.
Though we warn you, Hilton isn’t a chef. She’d be the first to tell you. She’s simply a woman who likes food and is opening up her kitchen to friends to cook up a storm. With fresh ingredients, new appliances, and a recipe cued up, they’ll be getting down and dirty in the kitchen to scratch up some good eats.
Here’s more on what to expect from the show.
Cooking with Paris release date
The series premieres Wednesday, August 4.
Cooking with Paris cast
Parish Hilton is the host and star of her own cooking series, but she won’t be cooking alone. Celebrity friends and family will join her to mix-it-up in the kitchen.
The following guests are slated to appear on Cooking with Paris:
- Kim Kardashian West
- Nikki Glaser
- Demi Lovato
- Lele Pons
- Kathy Hilton
- Nicky Hilton
When Hilton spoke to People in May 2020 she mentioned filming new episodes of her show (which had a home on her Youtube channel at the time). One of those episodes was with her sister, Nicky.
Hilton told the magazine, “We cooked different party hors d’oeuvres like Jell-O shots and nachos.” So, perhaps this is the footage she was speaking of with the added bonus of her mother, Kathy, along for the ride.
Cooking with Paris synopsis
The official synopsis via Netflix:
Paris Hilton can cook…kind of. And she’s turning the traditional cooking show upside down. She’s not a trained chef and she’s not trying to be. With the help of her celebrity friends, she navigates new ingredients, new recipes and exotic kitchen appliances. Inspired by her viral YouTube video, Paris will take us from the grocery store to the finished table spread – and she might actually learn her way around the kitchen.
Over the course of six episodes, viewers will be treated to some delectable, homemade eats. No one’s promising Michelin grade cuisine, however, do know things are about to get interesting in this kitchen. Cooking is an art, but not everyone has the skill to master every dish. As long as nothing burns down we’ll call it a win.
Cooking with Paris trailer
Watch the trailer below: