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Netflix Cancels Paris Hilton’s Series ‘Cooking With Paris’ After Just One Season

The Netflix series 'Cooking With Paris' was inspired by her viral video that launched on her YouTube channel.

Paris Hilton’s TV series ‘Cooking With Paris’ has been canceled by the streaming platform after just one season on Netflix. The show was debuted in August featuring Paris Hilton making a variety of recipes with celebrity friends such as Kim Kardashian, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Lele Pons, and mother Kathy and sister Nicky Hilton.

However, Paris hasn’t responded publicly to the news yet which was first reported by Deadline. The series was inspired by Hilton’s viral video that launched on her YouTube channel in 2020. The 15-minute video, where Hilton cooked lasagna that has amassed over 5.4 million views to date. The Netflix series, Cooking With Paris, was first announced in July 2021, said to put a unique twist on traditional cooking shows as Hilton isn’t a trained chef.

Meanwhile, the official description for the six-episode series revealed Paris Hilton was learning to embrace her, ‘very newly domesticated side.’ The show follows her as she, ‘learns to sauté, sear and zest,’ while displaying her, ‘culinary expertise, glam kitchen wardrobe, and party-throwing skills with some of her fab celeb friends.’ Hilton also served as an executive producer with Aaron Saidman, Eli Holzman, and Rebecca Hertz, with the series produced by The Intellectual Property Corporation, an Industrial Media company.

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While Netflix didn’t release any specific viewership data for the show, it did briefly crack the streaming service’s daily Top 10 rankings. Previously in 2021, Paris Hilton launched her own production company, Slivington Manor Entertainment, and signed an overall deal at Warner Bros. Hilton also has her reality series Paris in Love on the Peacock streaming service, which follows the run-up to her extravagant wedding with Carter Reum in November.

Moreover, she has also been chronicling her whirlwind honeymoon with a new series on her YouTube channel titled ‘My Dream Honeymoon.’ Each episode features Hilton and Reum in a different exotic locale, including Bora Bora, Anguilla, London, and Dubai. However, it is unclear if Hilton and the producers plan on shopping ‘Cooking With Paris’ to other networks or streaming services after the Netflix cancellation.

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