Fox renews Kitchen Nightmares, Hell’s Kitchen for two seasons; adds a new Ramsay show

Fox is in business with Gordon Ramsay for years to come. The network has renewed Kitchen Nightmares, which just started its second season, for a third season, and renewed Hell’s Kitchen for seasons six and seven, as the fifth season has already been produced and will air next year. Fox has also ordered a brand-new series from Ramsay and a cooking special of some kind.

As part of the network’s announcement, Fox alternative entertainment president Mike Darnell said, “Gordon has done an amazing job of creating exciting franchises for FOX. From the first time I met him, it was clear that he would be a big star in America. He has become one of the faces of FOX,’ and we’re thrilled that he will be on our network for years to come.”

As to the new series and special, Fox only says they’re “a yet-to-be determined special and another series.” And Hell’s Kitchen 6 and Hell’s Kitchen 7 don’t yet have airdates, nor is there any indication of when they’ll start production. Presumably, they’ll be shot back-to-back like seasons four and five.

Fox Seals Deal with Chef Gordon Ramsay [Fox press release]

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