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Playing With Fire, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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In the premiere season, get an exclusive look inside the lives of Manhattan's movers and shakers in the world-renowned culinary scene. In a city known for its cut-throat competitiveness, watch as these food masters strive to balance their busy professional lives with their personal social lives. The fascinating bunch is a cross section of players who reside atop New York's glamorous food scene. See Anna Boiardi, Julie Elkind, Candice Kumai and brothers Daniel and Derek Koch illustrate New York's hippest foodie hangouts with big helpings of high energy and a side of drama!

Customer Reviews


Instead of showing the real business of running restaurants, this shows people whining and parading. I think E! has confused attractive people with a lot of attitude with interesting people with talent.


I think that maybe there are just too many food related reality shows now, and this doesn't compare favorably with most of the others. I do have to say, though, in response to a previous commenter (tomtom7)--you can't blame Bravo/Andy Cohen for this program given that it is an E! show, not Bravo.

NOT a winner

I had to stop watching before the halfway mark. The Koch brothers may be about a lot of things, but food is not among them. My annoyance level was off the charts.

Playing With Fire, Season 1
View in iTunes $12.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Reality TV
  • Released: Mar 17, 2013
  • CCin English

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