Hell’s Kitchen: Gordon Ramsay’s reality competition cooking show is renewed for two more seasons by Fox

Gordon Ramsay’s hit cooking competition series “Hell’s Kitchen” has been renewed by Fox for its 21st and 22nd seasons. According to Deadline, the renewal comes as no surprise given the show’s excellent ratings. Last season, “Hell’s Kitchen” was the #1 cooking show on TV among adults 18-49, and its total cross-platform viewership grew 8% from S19, up 48% in streaming audience. Gordon Ramsay’s Birthday Special: 11 Chef Burnt Foods That Are Crazy and Insulting!

“Hell’s Kitchen” also delivered its most streamed cycles to date, amassing 1.9 million P2 Plus (Hulu + Fox Now) streams for S19 and S20 to date. In the show, aspiring chefs are put through an intense culinary academy and the irascible Ramsay, to prove they have the stamina and skills to compete each week, until the one of them emerges victorious. Gordon Ramsay’s Butter Chicken from his restaurant at Heathrow Airport is hilarious on social media, check out the funny tweets.

At stake is a grand prize, including chef positions at some of Ramsay’s most famous restaurants, and the title of winner of “Hell’s Kitchen.” “Hell’s Kitchen is a landmark series for us, and has been a fan favorite since its inception,” said Rob Wade, President, Alternative Entertainment and Specials, Fox Entertainment. He added, “In fact, it was the show that first brought Gordon Ramsay to Fox, essentially serving as the launch pad for our long-standing relationship with him. We would like to thank Gordon, our producing partners ITV and A. Smith & Co. and the entire team behind this landmark series.

We couldn’t be happier to have all of these cooks in the kitchen for its 21st and 22nd seasons.” “Hell’s Kitchen” is produced by ITV America’s ITV Entertainment in association with A. Smith and Co. Productions. Kent Weed , Kenny Rosen and Bernie Schaeffer are executive producers, according to Variety.

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