Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s popular culinary competition series Hell’s Kitchen is returning for seasons 21 and 22 on Fox.
Last season, Hell’s Kitchen was the No. 1 cooking show on broadcast and cable television among the top demos for adults ages 18-49, and the total audience across multiple platforms grew 8 percent from Season 19 to 48 percent in Season’s P2+ streaming. 20 audience, variety.com reports.
“’Hell’s Kitchen’ is a flagship series for us and has been a fan favorite since its first premiere,” said Rob Wade, President, Alternative Entertainment & Specials, Fox Entertainment, in a statement.
“In fact, it’s the show that first brought Gordon Ramsay to Fox, essentially as a launch pad for our long-standing relationship with him.”
In Ramsay’s show, aspiring chefs are taken through an intensive cooking academy to prove they have the stamina and skills to take on each challenge each week. But only those who have the right combination of literal and figurative ingredients continue to be the winner.
At stake is a life-changing grand prize for the champion, including chefs at Ramsay’s most famous restaurants across the country, and the title of Hell’s Kitchen winner.
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