Fox’s relations with Gordon Ramsay seems to be continuing smoothly. The news was confirmed this afternoon about Fox networks confirming the renewal of unscripted series.
The third season is now finally confirmed to be sponsored by Fox after the previous version was winded up in March. Similar to the second season the third season will also consist of 10 episodes.
Fox is Wiley sponsor
The series is produced by Tim Warren, Gordon Ramsay, Kenny Rosen, Layla Smith and Elvia Van Es Oliva. Gordon Ramsey travels across the nation to locate struggling restaurants in mobile kitchen and command centre called Hell on Wheels. And after spending his valuable time undercover he makes some discoveries discussed in the show.
After figuring out the problems affecting most of the restaurants, Ramsay and his work team are having a time of 24 hours to come with a solution.
The solution is to redesign the menu, interiors and the most important factor in the kitchen. The last season of the show released last summer, and Gordon Ramsay show has been a top performer for Fox.
‘Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back’ Renewed for Season 3 at Fox https://t.co/MrMZEDvyI7
— Variety (@Variety) July 26, 2019
The season has an IMDB rating of 7.4 which is a solid proof of the show being a good one. The second season of the show also averaged the same 1.0 live. The ratings among adults aged between 18-49 were the same as the previous season. The ratings were a surprise as the second season aired in the spring this year while the previous season was aired in summers.
Gordon Ramsay is the real star
The renewal of “Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back” was announced after confirmation of “Masterchef Junior” eighth season. The Masterchef Junior has recently wrapped up its seventh season.
With this announcement, Ramsay will be having four shows coming on FOX next season. “24 Hours to Hell & Back”, “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef Junior” confirmed. It is more likely of Masterchef to be extended for renewal this time around also.
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