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Hell’s Kitchen Renewed for Two More Seasons

FOX has ordered two additional seasons of Gordon Ramsay’s legendary hit cooking competition series Hell’s Kitchen, renewing the show for its 23rd and 24th seasons, Allison Wallach, President of Unscripted Programming at FOX Entertainment, announced today.

In the iconic decades-spanning series—and television’s longest-running food competition, reaching more than 350 episodes with today’s renewal—aspiring chefs from across the restaurant industry undergo an intense culinary academy to prove to Chef Ramsay they have the talent and tenacity to come out on top each week.

Hell's Kitchen Renewed for Two More Seasons

Only those who can endure the searing heat of Hell’s Kitchen will continue to compete each week until one prevails as the winner. At stake is a life-changing grand prize, including a chef position at one of Ramsay’s renowned restaurants across the country and the title of Hell’s Kitchen winner.

“As my very first show on FOX, Hell’s Kitchen holds a very special place in my heart, and it’s incredibly gratifying to have it renewed for its 23rd and 24th seasons,” said Gordon Ramsay. “This show just keeps getting better and better, and with FOX, ITV, and A. Smith & Co. as my partners, you can expect even bigger challenges, stronger talent, and more intense competition in Hell’s Kitchen in the years to come.”

“Ever since Gordon Ramsay and Hell’s Kitchen premiered on FOX nearly two decades ago, they have been mainstays of American television,” said Wallach. “Hell’s Kitchen was our first series with Gordon, marking the launch of one of FOX’s most successful creative partnerships ever and an important cornerstone in what has become global television’s most powerful cooking brand.”

Hell’s Kitchen first premiered on FOX on May 30, 2005. Its Season 22 premiere last September delivered Hell’s Kitchen‘s most-streamed season debut ever, propelling it to rank as Fall 2023’s #1 cooking show among Adults 18-49 and Total Viewers.

The 23rd and 24th seasons of the show will be produced at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, where one of Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurants is located.

The series is produced by ITV America’s ITV Entertainment in association with A. Smith & Co. Productions. Gordon Ramsay, Arthur Smith, Kent Weed, Kenny Rosen, and Bernie Schaeffer serve as executive producers.