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Gordon Ramsay’s New Show Is Like ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ On Steroids

Gordon Ramsay has previously revealed that he regrets ending his hit show Kitchen Nightmares while alluding to a show “along the lines” of that classic. We now have some insights as to what that new show would be, and it sounds like a Kitchen Nightmares time challenge on steroids.

Fox has ordered eight episodes of a new Ramsay show, Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours To Hell & Back, according to EW. Based on descriptions, the show appears to be a mashup of Kitchen Nightmares and Food Network’s Restaurant Impossible. On that show, host Robert Irvine had 48 hours and $10,000 to turn around a failing restaurant. Ramsay will just get 24 hours to do the same thing, but probably with a much better budget.

Each time Ramsay shows up to rescue a restaurant, he’ll have a 70-foot semi truck with him. The truck converts into a mobile kitchen where he can revamp menus and train (or re-train) brigades of chefs into top culinary form. When the 24 hours are up, he’ll then launch a revamped restaurant.

Ramsay seems to believe that the new show is definitely going to be an intense challenge for him. “With the clock set at 24 hours-and-ticking, I can promise you this culinary boot camp gives a whole new meaning to ‘Hell on Wheels,’” he told EW.

For us, it means we’ll get at least eight new episodes jam-packed with a barrage of Gordon Ramsay’s best insults.

There’s no official air date as of right now, but we’re definitely looking forward to what 24 Hours To Hell & Back has in store for us.

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Gordon Ramsay Regrets Ending Kitchen Nightmares, Hints At New Show

When Gordon Ramsay decided to shut down Kitchen Nightmares, we were saddened that the show that had cemented his legacy was ending. It turns out we weren’t the only ones, as Chef Ramsay just revealed he regrets ending Kitchen Nightmares as well. We also now know that it’ll be back in one way or another.

According to the New York Daily News, Gordon revealed that he had originally left the show because he kept getting fed up with the criticism. Several restaurants featured on Kitchen Nightmares fell back into trouble, something Ramsay attributes to owners returning to their old ways.

“I got fed up with Kitchen Nightmares because I was getting s–t,” Ramsay claimed. “So I woke up one morning and I thought ‘F–k it, I’m done.’ ”

That happened three years ago, and everyone misses the show so much that old clips still go viral today. While he regrets ending Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay also hinted at a new project that channels the old show’s spirit.

“The biggest demand over the last four years is for Kitchen Nightmares (to come back) and what I am putting together is a return of something magical.”

Ramsay claims that the series is “along the lines” of Kitchen Nightmares but way better. Ramsay and Fox, the network that airs his shows, didn’t provide any more detail than that.

FOX Television Group did confirm to the NY Daily News that a new show will be on air in the near future. That means we’ll get more of the cursing, meltdowns, feel good endings, and drama that made Chef Ramsay so popular originally.

We can’t wait to watch it all unfold when this new show airs on TV soon. Hopefully, it’ll generate a flurry of new clips we can all obsess and enjoy.