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‘The Final Table’ On Netflix Is A Pretentious Display Of Global Overconsumption
Now imagine David Tennant with all the charisma squeezed out of him and replaced with a single terrified expression suggesting Davros is bearing down on him. That is Andrew Knowlton. He is your host and the programme is The Final Table Netflix. The Final Table is massive in every way. It takes place in front of a live audience in a stadium as big as the sun. No ordinary human could host anything in there and expect to generate an atmosphere.
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Even John Barrowman would have to put in a bit of effort. Knowlton looks stricken throughout. We begin with 24 chefs from extraordinary restaurants around the world, who are paired and pitted against each other.
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Dear lord, the carnage that ensues. One chef buries a sausage under a mountain of truffle.
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Another plops bits of meat into a savoury custard. There are scotch eggs. There are tiny bowls and tweezers.
If your local Wetherspoons tried to dish up any of the English breakfasts created on The Final Table, you would torch the place to the ground. He is made of sterner stuff than me. The Final Table is on Netflix, where everything else is on, all the time.
Either Netflix deliberately made a show to sit around unwatched, or it has overestimated the extent to which we want to see a load of fame-hungry ninnies muck about with sausages. If you figure it out, please come and tell me. Order by newest oldest recommendations.