MasterChef Junior Video Presents More Evidence That You Are No Match for Today's Youth

If you can’t stand the heat of MasterChef Junior‘s pint-sized competitors, get out of the kitchen and go sit on your living-room couch where you can watch ’em do their thing.

That seems to be the basic message behind this new promo video for Fox’s culinary competition for the 8-13 age bracket (Fridays, 8/7c).

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Press play below to hear the Season 1 kids talk about why the youthful spin-off beats MasterChef original flavor and to watch judge Graham Elliot agree that the tykes in question “could easily go head-to-head with the adult version.”

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  1. rachelle says:

    I wanted to start watching this show. I think it’s amazing what these kids are doing. Their parents must be super proud!

  2. DJ says:

    I love these kids, it’s amazing how much more well behaved they are than their adult counter parts and they can cook!

  3. Jen says:

    The video won’t play for me. Is it only available in the US?

  4. junewl says:

    I think all MasterChef adults should take a note from these wonderful kids. There is no whining or sniping. These children encourage and praise each other even though they must feel quite anxious at times. Hats off to them and the parents. It’s a cooking competion but they all deserve to win!

  5. Ginger Snap says:

    You know that some of the kids are child actors and they rehearse everything – 50 times. This is scripted reality and the show is just as fake as the adult version. It’s a fairy tale. I will stick with OUAT. ‘Cuz it’s a fantasy show that isn’t pretending to be a reality show.