Matt Moran Plays Down Masterchef Ratings Dip Yeh
MasterChef seems decidedly low key this year, the show hasn’t really changed but maybe the audience has. Reality saturation point may well have been reached, for our view we feel the show has actually been particularly strong this year (apart from those incredibly annoying mid-break segments that make you think the show is back when the ads are in fact still on – still when that happens we just switch to The Block instead).
Matt Moran has been speaking to the AAP about the show and what it means to be a part of the show
“I think it’s become bigger and better,” he told AAP while in Perth to promote the Federal Government’s “T-QUAL tick” symbol signifying quality in tourism-related businesses.
“I’m proud to be a part of MasterChef.
“But nothing lasts forever.”
The show had substantially helped improve Australia’s culinary culture, Moran said, the proof being 10-year-olds approaching him with the excitement of meeting a rock star to quiz him about food.