Be Our Chef: Season 1 (2020)


Season 1
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Air date: Mar 27, 2020

In a Cinderella-themed challenge, two families must compete to transform homestyle food into a magical meal.

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Air date: Apr 3, 2020

The Platt and Wells families face the ultimate challenge of creating a healthy dessert inspired by Big Hero 6.

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Air date: Apr 10, 2020

The seasoned Merrill family challenge the Perez family to pull off a Mulan-themed feast. The teams are forced to use surprise ingredients to pull off their win.

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Air date: Apr 17, 2020

The Perez and Robbins families face-off in a confectionary challenge inspired by "Alice in Wonderland."

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Air date: Apr 24, 2020

The Merrill and Wells families are tasked with creating a dish that combines both the land and sea of Moana's life in a pleasing way.

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Air date: May 1, 2020

The Perez and Platt families return to whip up a vegetable-based child-friendly dish inspired by The Lion King.

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Air date: May 8, 2020

The Wells and Perez clans must reimagine their own homemade Ratatouille dish. Both families visit the French Pavilion at Epcot to check out the food displays of the park, while they visit with Emile and Remy for new ideas.

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Air date: May 15, 2020

The Platt and Merrill families go head-to-head in a Frozen-themed baking contest.

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Air date: May 22, 2020

The Wells and Robbins families leap into action when tasked to conjure up an inspired "Princess and the Frog" dish that could be served at Tiana's Palace restaurant. Before heading to the kitchen, the families hop on over to Magic Kingdom Park to get cooking advice from Princess Tiana herself. Whose dish will give them a fighting chance at the finale?

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Air date: May 29, 2020

The Robbins and Platt families face-off to whip up the most appetizing creations in a "Toy Story"-themed culinary challenge.

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Critic Reviews for Be Our Chef Season 1

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

A tiresome advertisement for Disney's theme parks, resorts and cruise ships.

Apr 8, 2020 | Full Review…

While the show is a little loud and bright at times, relying on trepidatious synth-heavy background music that could have easily been replaced with a plinky Disneyfied score, it's still a welcome reprieve from weightier programming.

Mar 31, 2020 | Full Review…

Family fun and copious advertising in themed cooking series.

Apr 23, 2020 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Be Our Chef: Season 1

  • Jun 11, 2020
    A fun show to watch with your kids. I love cooking competition shows and Disney, so this worked well for our family.
  • Apr 13, 2020
    As a fan of just about every cooking show out there, i just couldn't with this. The wife and I really had to force ourselves to even get through it. They grab things off the shelves without any explanation, they toss in ingredients and don't comment on them, it makes the show really hard to follow along with. Sure you can follow the family and the stories and the kids, which is all great, but at it's heart it's a cooking show and I want to follow the cook as much as, or even more than, everything else. Angela Kinsey is passable, but she jumps from being believable to feeling stiff and a bit fake. Some lines also feel very delivered, and she somehow manages to make even something as simple as a smile feel disingenuous. I honestly think there is a show hidden in here. With the power of the mouse, the licensed characters and the magic of Disney this show could really be something, but sadly, I think it's all lost in the production and the editing. There's a reason other shows cut on more talking head footage for explanation reasons and while there is some, it just doesn't paint a full enough picture to feel like a complete show.

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