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Gordon Ramsey’s “Kitchen Nightmares” Returns After Almost 10 Years
Gordon Ramsey’s “Kitchen Nightmares” Returns After Almost 10 Years

If you’re a fan of Gordon Ramsey’s hit show Kitchen Nightmares, then you’re in for a treat. After an almost 10 year hiatus, the show is officially coming back! According to a recent announcement, Ramsey is set to revive the series, bringing back his famous no-nonsense approach to helping struggling restaurants get back on track.

For those who haven’t seen the show, Kitchen Nightmares follows Ramsey as he visits failing restaurants across the United States, giving them a much-needed reality check and a loving kick in the ass. With his signature bombastic personality and high standards, Ramsey helps the restaurants improve their food, service, and overall business practices.

The show was a huge hit when it first aired, and it’s no surprise that fans have been eagerly awaiting its return. While there aren’t too many details available just yet, we can expect more of the same from Ramsey, including plenty of tough love and f-bombs.

Whether you’re a foodie or just love reality TV, this is one show you won’t want to miss.

Via Deadline

Gordon Ramsay is getting back into the failing restaurant game.

The celebrity chef is bringing back his long-running series Kitchen Nightmares for Fox. The show ran for seven seasons and nearly 100 episodes between 2007 and 2014.

The format sees Ramsay invited by the owners of failing restaurants across America to spend a week to help them revive their businesses.

It adds another Ramsay dish to the Fox menu, which is already stocked with a double helping of Next Level Chef, which was recently renewed for seasons three and four, Hell’s Kitchen, MasterChef and MasterChef Jr.

Studio Ramsay will produce the new season. The show was originally produced by ITV Studios America (which is now known as ITV America) in association with Optomen and A Smith & Co.

Ramsay followed Kitchen Nightmares up with Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell and Back, which ran for three seasons on the network.

The chef also operates Studio Ramsay Global as a joint venture with the company.

It comes ahead of Fox’s Upfront presentation in New York.

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Gordon Ramsey’s “Kitchen Nightmares” Returns After Almost 10 Years