Food Network Star

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In the killing fields of the ubiquitous TV crime drama, there are shows that attempt to expand the formula with depth of character and a hauntingly fatalistic tone, while many others cling to the comfort zone of wrapping each case within a tidy hour, just another routine day on the job. AMC's The Killing, back for a third season of dark brooding after narrowly escaping cancellation, is ambitious to a fault. And its fault lines showed throughout the first two erratic and indulgent though often absorbing seasons, with an overextended inquiry into a single murder case that frustrated and annoyed viewers with its obvious red herrings and stubborn lack of resolution until long past interest had waned.

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Season 10, Episode 9
Testing their ability to think on their feet, finalists are tasked with solving a culinary problem for a Rachael Ray viewer. They must create a dish which addresses the viewer's problem, then demo their dish on Rachael's show.

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Season 10, Episode 8
Vegas is all about one-of-a-kind experiences. The finalists are divided into two teams who must each create a memorable dining experience for the selection committee along with special guest, Penn Jillette.

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Season 10, Episode 7
Each finalist is challenged to create a dish which represents them, and describe it to guests at a pool party at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The selection committee decides who did the best overall and sends one finalist home.

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Season 10, Episode 6
Each finalist is tasked with creating a product that represents their unique brand and culinary style. After receiving feedback from the judges, the finalists make a commercial for their product in an unorthodox setting.

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In the killing fields of the ubiquitous TV crime drama, there are shows that attempt to expand the formula with depth of character and a hauntingly fatalistic tone, while many others cling to the comfort zone of wrapping each case within a tidy hour, just another routine day on the job. AMC's The Killing, back for a third season of dark brooding after narrowly escaping cancellation, is ambitious to a fault. And its fault lines showed throughout the first two erratic and indulgent though often absorbing seasons, with an overextended inquiry into a single murder case that frustrated and annoyed viewers with its obvious red herrings and stubborn lack of resolution until long past interest had waned.

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9 Surprising Things We Learned About VH1's Couples Therapy

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Ratings: Hell's Kitchen Serves the Most

Hell's Kitchen was cookin' for 6.83 million viewers, winning Monday night among the industry-prized 18-to-49-year-olds demographic with a 2.8 rating that matched its season high, according to Nielsen overnight figures.

The penultimate episode of MasterChef  that followed at 9/8c served 6.04 million people and a 2.4 demo rating.

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The Food Network Star Winner Is ...

After 11 weeks, numerous cooking and camera challenges and the ultimate pilot presentations the newest Food Network Star has been named.  But first, the pool had to be reduced by one. Their penultimate challenge is to make and present the best dish of their lives.

Jeff Mauro brings an eggplant parmesan sandwich to the table, Susie Jimenez presents carnitas with cactus side salad and Vic Moea whips up a hearty zuppe de pesce.

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Food Network Star: Should Jeff, Susie or Vic Win?

After nearly a dozen weeks of competition, the latest Food Network Star will be crowned on Sunday at 9/8c. But who deserves to invade our homes on a regular basis to help fill our tummies? Let's take a look at the finalists:

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Premiered: June 05, 2005, on Food Network
Rating: TV-G
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Premise: Wannabe TV chefs compete in culinary challenges to win their own series.

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