John Torode feels "sad" 'MasterChef' is on at 9pm.
The 54-year-old TV chef - who co-hosts the BBC cooking programme with Gregg Wallace - fears children won't watch the series because the time slot is past their bed time.
Speaking on 'Good Morning Britain' on Wednesday (26.02.20), John explained: "Sadly, from my point of view, we're on at nine o'clock rather than eight o'clock or 8:30.
"For me, it's sad because the kids can't watch it. The kids have all gone to bed."
While John tries a number of dishes cooked up by the contestants, he doesn't get ill from the food because he has an eagle eye on how they are cooking the grub.
He explained: "I put my trust in them because I've eaten so much from different people over the years. And I really watch what they do.
"If they do something quite weird, for instance if they put a piece of chicken in the oven for four minutes. So when I cut into it, I won't eat it because I know it's going to be raw. You go around it gingerly."
But it hasn't stopped John from putting on half a stone whilst filming, as he is trying the rich and creamy dishes.
He added: "When I finish the series I try to decompress, I cycle a lot more to try and drop the weight."
The Australian chef has finally got his hands on a British passport after his files were destroyed.
Though he had to undergo a rigorous process, and even pulled up his Wikipedia page to prove his identity.
He said: "My records may have been destroyed ... I got a lawyer involved and spent loads of money.
"I went to many interviews and I even took my Wikipedia page in with me. The application was about 130 pages, but I got a British passport about two weeks ago."