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Netflix’s ‘Cooking on High’ Seemingly Canceled

Fans still cannot figure out for sure whether Netflix‘s Cooking on High was officially canceled, but co-host Ngaio Bealum gave a new hint on Twitter. Last week, Bealum got into a friendly Twitter exchange with Stage 13, the production company behind the series. Bealum asked the company to do another season of the show, indicating that it is not in the works yet, but is not out of the question either.

“Good morning! Can I get one back?” wrote Bealum on Thursday morning. When the official Stage 13 account responded, Bealum wrote: “Good morning! Let’s do another season of Cooking on High!” The Stage 13 account answered with four wide-eyed emojis, and fans shared their excitement for the idea. So far, nothing concrete has come of the exchange.

Cooking on High is a cooking competition show that premiered on Netflix in June of 2018. All the dishes on the show center around cannabis, with THC added for medicinal or recreational effects. Bealum was the show’s resident cannabis expert, as an activist for cannabis legalization with some scientific knowledge of making the most out of cooking with the drug.

YouTuber Josh Leyva joined Bealum as co-host of the show. They brought on professional chefs who were used to working with cannabis in their dishes, as well as medical marijuana educators. Celebrity guest judges were brought in as well to taste the results.

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Published: September 15, 2020

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