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Colin Fassnidge calls on viewers to dump MAFS because My Kitchen Rules are said to be AXED

Colin Fassnidge says he is “looking for a job next year” after My Kitchen Rules has inevitably been canceled by Channel Seven.

In a final attempt to win back viewers, the MKR judge, 36, begged people to watch his show instead of Married At First Sight.

“I swear the lives of my children, it’s the only one [season] I am the most passionate, “said Colin The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Thursday.

Already specified? Colin Fassnidge (left) says he is “looking for a job next year” after MKR has inevitably been canceled by Channel Seven. Depicted with Manu Feildel and Pete Evans

The once unbeatable cooking show has not delivered its new format, called MKR: The Rivals, and has had an average of only 456,000 metro viewers since its premiere on Sunday, February 2.

On Wednesday evening, MKR: The Rivals had only 422,000 viewers in the metro, while Channel Nine’s Married At First Sight had an audience of 1.178 million.

MKR was also defeated by Channel 10’s Australian Survivor: All Stars (572,000), Seven’s The Chase (500,000) and ABC’s Hard Quiz (597,000).

Dinner versus Dinner: on Wednesday, Seven's MKR: The Rivals assured 422,000 metro viewers, while Married At First Sight saw an impressive 1,178 million viewers tune in to Nine

Dinner versus Dinner: on Wednesday, Seven's MKR: The Rivals assured 422,000 metro viewers, while Married At First Sight saw an impressive 1,178 million viewers tune in to Nine

Dinner versus Dinner: on Wednesday, Seven’s MKR: The Rivals assured 422,000 metro viewers, while Married At First Sight saw an impressive 1,178 million viewers tune in to Nine

“People say there is too much drama [on MKR]but they are going to look at botox at first sight! “Colin joked that MKR also had” botox and drama “like their nine rivals

“I really didn’t like what we were doing two years ago [MKR] were doing but this [season] I support it, “the Irish chef told Kyle and Jackie O.

Colin added that the plague scandal involving Sonya Mefaddi and Hadil Faiza in 2018 had “turned off” the show.

But he still does not understand any criticism that there is “too much drama” on MKR.

“People say there is too much drama, but they are going to look at Botox at first sight, or whatever it is called! If you want Botox, we have it! We have the drama, we have the cooking. It is awesome!’ he said.

“I think we’re going to do my marriage rules next year.”

Colin closed the case by saying that “probably next year he will be looking for a job at home” if the ratings of MKR do not improve.

“I really didn’t like what we were [MKR] did it two years ago ‘: Colin said viewers dropped out in 2018 when the drama peaked amid the shocking start-up of Sonya and Hadil (photo)

“They don’t know how to program a program!” Chef Colin destroyed Seven’s ‘stupid decisions’ amid the disastrous ratings of My Kitchen Rules in a heated radio chat on Tuesday

It comes after Colin broke his silence on the gloomy reviews of MKR on Tuesday during a heated chat with Chris Smith of 2 GB.

He became villain and destroyed his own network for misusing the launch of the series.

“Not everyone is watching it right now, because we have a few people in Channel Seven who don’t know how to program a program!” he said.

“But what do I know? I’m just a cook! ”

No match for MAFS! Seven's MKR: The Rivals has taken an average of 456,000 metro viewers this season, while MAFS has an impressive 1.09 million metro viewers on average

No match for MAFS! Seven's MKR: The Rivals has taken an average of 456,000 metro viewers this season, while MAFS has an impressive 1.09 million metro viewers on average

No match for MAFS! Seven’s MKR: The Rivals has taken an average of 456,000 metro viewers this season, while MAFS has an impressive 1.09 million metro viewers on average

“Stupid decisions have been made to go against tennis and [MAFS]”: Colin said the show could have benefited from an earlier start or a different broadcast period

My Kitchen Rules: the reviews of The Rivals

Sunday 2 February: (premiere): 498,000

Monday, February 3: 517,000

Tuesday, February 4: 402,000

Wednesday, February 5: 428,000

Sunday, February 10: 476,000

Monday, February 11: 439,000

Tuesday, February 12: 422,000

* All reviews are five-city metro

MKR: The Rivals suffered complete humiliation when it was struck by the premiere of Great Australian Railway Journeys at SBS last Tuesday night.

The reviews were so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules would soon be canceled.

‘Nothing comes of the show anymore. You might as well write the eulogy and prepare the coffin … he won’t be back, “McKnight told News.com.au.

“I don’t think anyone expected this kind of destruction. I think it comes back to the fact that they launched it against the Australian Open final [on Sunday night]. It really hurt them.

“Can there be a recovery? I really don’t think so. “

Nail in the coffin? MKR: The reviews of The Rivals are so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be canceled. Pictured: MKR's Pete, Colin and Manu

Nail in the coffin? MKR: The reviews of The Rivals are so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be canceled. Pictured: MKR's Pete, Colin and Manu

Nail in the coffin? MKR: The reviews of The Rivals are so bad that TV Blackbox editor Robert McKnight predicted that My Kitchen Rules will soon be canceled. Pictured: MKR’s Pete, Colin and Manu

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