Dishmantled - Season 1
A cooking competition series hosted by Titus Burgess that starts with a cannon-blasting of a mystery food dish into the faces of two blindfolded chefs who must use use their culinary skills to identify the entree and then recreate it.
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Critics Of "Dishmantled - Season 1"
April 06, 2020 Featuring guest judging by Dan Levy, Jane Krakowski, Roy Choi, and more, this is the perfect cooking show. Not for like any specific time. It's the perfect cooking show.Read in Source
May 13, 2020 The rare culinary show that nauseates you right up top.Read in Source
April 06, 2020 It's just as dumb as it sounds, but it knows that, so it's ... a lot of fun?Read in Source
May 13, 2020 I can't get enough of it. I'm not proud of it, but just trying to explain Dishmantled to someone made me cry with laughter, so sometimes you've just got to trust your gut.Read in Source
Consequence of Sound
May 13, 2020 Strangely, it kinda works in this format, especially given the vague air of disbelief on everyone's faces (including guest judges Antoni Porowski and Dan Levy, in one episode) that they're even doing this in the first place.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
April 23, 2020 Explosive cooking challenge serves up alcohol and cursing.Read in Source
April 08, 2020 Each episode's action goes down in around six minutes, and that's about right for a series that is essentially a glorified and one-sided food fight.Read in Source
April 06, 2020 This show is exactly the right length for its kind of silliness.Read in Source
Film School Rejects
May 13, 2020 Tituss Burgess hosts alongside two celebrity judges, new each time and including the likes of Kristen Kish and Jane Krakowski, and the result is a fun, fast-moving show.Read in Source
April 06, 2020 I guess the ridiculousness of the conceit is the whole joke, but it seems more like something we'd have seen in a quick-cut on 30 Rock than an actual, comestible series.Read in Source
May 13, 2020 Watching chefs get blasted with food, and then having them say stuff like, "I tasted cheese off my boot!", is entertaining. This is trash TV, but it knows it's trash TV. And sometimes, we all need a little trash.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...