Socialite Paris Hilton will no longer be whipping recipes in the kitchen for viewers as “Cooking With Paris” has been canceled by Netflix following its first season.

The cooking show will no longer be returning for a second season, Deadline reported.

The six-episode series premiered in August and briefly entered the streaming platform’s Daily Top 10 rankings. The show saw Paris preparing several recipes, from savory main dishes to famous desserts with guests, including her sister Nicky Hilton, Kim Kardashian West, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Lele Pons and Saweetie.

Being an untrained chef, “Cooking With Paris” showed Paris’ unconventional cooking style, including flattening burgers with a diamond-encrusted spatula and dredging meat while wearing a runway ensemble.

In July 2021, a teaser of the show was uploaded on YouTube which showed the 40-year-old multi-hyphenate sashaying in a grocery store saying, “I love cooking.”

“Honey, you’re getting your feathers in everything,” her mom Kathy Hilton says in the teaser while they prepare a dish together.

“I’m a natural,” Paris says in another part of the video before a potato almost slips from her hand. In the middle of the trailer, the socialite drops a huge Turkey onto a plate which makes her dog jump in surprise.

“You guys watching at home, we did this wrong, so do it the opposite way for this part,” she says.

The trailer also shows her asking a store employee what a Tomatillo is.

A fan also uploaded an episode showing Paris and Kardashian following a recipe for Fluffy Frittata.

“I’m so happy that we learned how to make this,” Paris says in the clip. “Next year, when I’m married and having babies, I will be doing this,” she tells Kardashian.

Paris is co-executive producer of the cooking show along with Aaron Saidman, Eli Holzman, and Rebecca Hertz. It was produced under Industrial Media’s The Intellectual Property Corporation.

Aside from “Cooking With Paris,” the former reality TV star is also a part of Peacock’s “Paris In Love,” a 13-part docuseries that premiered in November 2021. It tells the story of “The Simple Life” star as she prepares to marry venture capitalist Carter Reum.” New episodes of the documentary series are released every Thursday with the two-part finale airing on Jan. 27.

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NEW YORK, NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 12: Jonathan Cheban, Paris Hilton, Winnie Harlow, Kim Kardashian West and Winnie Harlow attend KKW Beauty KKWxWinnie dinner at L'Avenue in Saks Fifth Avenue on September 12, 2019 in New York City. Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for KKW Beauty