Zumbo’s Just Desserts Cops Sour Reception In Debut Show

Zumbo’s Just Desserts Cops Sour Reception In Debut Show

You may have noticed that Channel Seven has been flogging the pants off its new reality food program, Zumbo’s Just Desserts, for the last few weeks, or you may have been living under a rock. Either way, you can’t ignore the fact that last night it officially kicked off, and Twitter was none too impressed.

Despite a preliminary audience of 1.08 million according to OzTAM figures, the third highest of the night (which left Seven with the top three programs overall), social media has roasted the show as a MasterChef rip off, unadulterated hell and drab, dull and flat. Ouch.

Compared to other programs of the night, Zumbo beat out Nine’s The Block (961,000) and Ten’s Australian Survivor (734,000).

In case you missed the teaser, here’s the premise of the show:

The eventual winner will take home $100,000 and will have their dessert featured in Zumbo’s stores.

But now to Twitter’s reception:

 




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