The show was canceled after seven years
Fox has announced the return of Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, a show where the chef helps revive failing restaurants within a week by improving their menus, service, and ambiance. The show, which aired from 2007 to 2014, was known for Ramsay’s brutally honest feedback to restaurateurs, including some of his most iconic critiques. Despite its popularity, the show was canceled after seven years, with Ramsay admitting that it was his own idea to end it. However, the show’s return is highly anticipated, with a release promising more restaurant makeovers.
In addition to Kitchen Nightmares, Gordon Ramsay appears on several other Fox shows, including MasterChef, Hell’s Kitchen, and Next Level Chef. On Next Level Chef, he serves as a mentor alongside chefs Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blais as the contestants compete in teams across three kitchens with different levels of ingredients and tools. The show’s distinct format gives chefs on the top tier priority access to the ingredients while those in the basement are left with leftovers. Next Level Chef has proven to be a popular hit for the network, with a recently crowned season 2 winner.
A season 2 winner was crowned recently, with the show continuing to be a popular hit for the network.