Paris Hilton’s Cooking Show on Netflix Will Focus on Her “Lack” of Culinary Skills

As ill-advised as it may be, Netflix has invited you to join Paris Hilton in the kitchen. Paris Hilton’s upcoming Netflix cooking show will focus on her “lack” of cooking abilities.

On Monday, Netflix confirmed the August 4 launch date for Cooking With Paris. Of course, Hilton is not particularly well-known for her culinary prowess, and the six-part series will instead focus on her “lack” of culinary abilities. 

Neither party, however, believes the upcoming show, “Cooking with Paris,” would feature gourmet fare. Rather, they appear to be betting on it being something of a can’t-look-away disaster, similar to her famous culinary video from January 2020.

According to Netflix, “Cooking with Paris” would see the heiress demonstrating her “very newly domesticated side and welcoming us into her kitchen while she learns to sauté, sear and zest.”

“She’s not a trained chef and she’s not trying to be,” a press release says. “With the help of her celebrity friends, she navigates new ingredients, new recipes and exotic kitchen appliances. Inspired by her viral YouTube video, Paris will take us from the grocery store to the finished table spread – and she might actually learn her way around the kitchen.”

Hilton appears on the cover of the program wearing a hot pink gown with a bow on the front and holding her dog in one hand and a pink icing-covered whisk in the other.

In May 2020, the reality star revealed to PEOPLE that she has been recording new episodes and even hinted at a possible comeback. “There’s going to be more coming out very soon,” she said. “The last one I just did was with my sister [Nicky Hilton Rothschild] — we cooked different party hors d’oeuvres like Jell-O shots and nachos.”

And those of you who prefer a physical copy of her recipes — such as the “famous lasagna” from the first episode of “Cooking with Paris” — are in luck. Hilton announced in May that she is also working on her own cookbook, which was initially scheduled for release later this year but was postponed.

August 4 marks the beginning of the six-episode season.