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Channel Nine’s new cooking show Snackmasters has been blamed by viewers

Channel Nine’s new cooking show Snackmasters has been accused by viewers of being “Australia’s longest Hungry Jack’s ad”


Channel Nine’s new cooking show, Snackmasters, debuted on Monday night.

Organized by MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow, Australia’s top chefs in this series are trying to recreate some of Australia’s most iconic snacks.

However, viewers watching at home were disappointed with what they saw, and many likened it to one long ad for the hamburger chain Hungry Jack’s.

New: Channel Nine’s new cooking show, Snackmasters, debuted on Monday night. Organized by MasterChef star Poh Ling Yeow, Australia’s top chefs in this series are trying to recreate some of Australia’s most iconic snacks. Photo: Host Poh Ling Yeow and chef Scott Pickett

One tweeted: “How incredibly low is our standard for us to actually accept this as a legitimate program?”

Another addition: “What’s this garbage production, scripted, product placement junk?”

Someone else said it felt like they were watching: “Australia’s longest Hungry Jack’s ad” and another chime at “One Giant Advertising Celebration.”

advertisement? However, viewers watching at home were disappointed with what they saw, and many likened it to one long ad for the hamburger chain Hungry Jack's.

advertisement? However, viewers watching at home were disappointed with what they saw, and many likened it to one long ad for the hamburger chain Hungry Jack’s.

One tweeted:

One tweeted: “How incredibly low our standards were for us to actually accept this as a legitimate program.”

Yet another tweet:’Snackmasters is probably the most intolerable and wrinkled show I’ve seen on TV screens.

“This makes the replay of the Big Bang theory look like a prime time SNL. It would be better for all of us to get the free Hungry Jacks to match the absolute tilt we are seeing. . “

Someone else asked: “Do you really need this hour and a half ad for Hungry Jack’s?”

“This program does not require advertising. The entire program is commercial to viewers such as Hungry Jack’s and Twistys.

“This program does not require advertising. The entire program is commercial for Hungry Jack’s, Twistys, etc.

“If Kerry Packer was still alive, he would have pulled the snack master for the show halfway,” another viewer tweeted.

Others felt that the show might not air for a long time and wrote, “This is likely to be in NineGo next week.”

Someone else said it felt like they were watching:

Someone else said it felt like they were watching: “Australia’s longest Hungry Jack’s ad” and another chime: “One giant ad celebration”

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Channel Nine’s new cooking show Snackmasters has been blamed by viewers

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