Do you have what it takes to be the first ever MasterChef Asia?
If the answer is yes, your dream of stardom may have finally come true. That’s because auditions have finally opened to join the inaugural season of MasterChef Asia.
Series will debut on Lifetime Channel later this year
The 15-episode series of MasterChef Asia, which will be filmed in Singapore, has been given the green light by A+E Networks Asia and will debut on Lifetime Channel later this year. It will feature three judges who will be announced at a later date alongside talented contestants from all over Asia.
Submit your audition videos from now till 5 March
Amateur cooks who aspire to be on the inaugural edition of MasterChef Asia, can submit their audition videos on masterchefasia.com from now till 5 March.
Said Prem Kamath, Deputy Managing Director, Asia Pacific, A+E Networks, “MasterChef Asia marks an important milestone for A+E Networks Asia. The series is our most significant local commission to date and is a sign of our commitment to the Asian production community.”
Presented by the Singapore Tourism Board and food company Knorr
MasterChef Asia is presented by the Singapore Tourism Board and German-based company Knorr – one of the world’s largest food brands – in association with Panasonic and the Changi Airport Group.
Said Lynette Pang, Assistant Chief Executive of the Singapore Tourism Board, “We are excited to support this wonderful opportunity together with the Changi Airport Group at a time when our dining scene has never been more exciting. Against the backdrop of our vibrant cityscape and culinary gems such as hawker centres and celebrity chef restaurants, viewers can look forward to a showcase of Singapore’s best culinary delights today.”
Agreed Jason Green, VP Marketing at Knorr, “We think MasterChef is the perfect platform to inspire more people to inject more flavour into their home cooked meals and in doing so, elevate the quality of food savoured across the subcontinent.”