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Ramsay’s fiery personality and passion for cooking competition remain alive and well at the Fox broadcast network as Hell’s Kitchen is confirmed for its 23rd and 24th seasons. The long-running reality competition show, which first premiered in 2005, will be filmed at a new location: Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, where one of Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurants is located. Ramsay expressed his excitement for the show’s renewal, stating that it continues to improve with each season and promising even bigger challenges, stronger talent, and more intense competition in the future.

Originating from a British show with the same name, Hell’s Kitchen has become a staple in American television, surpassing 350 episodes with the two-season renewal. Ramsay’s partnership with Fox has led to the success of multiple series, including Kitchen Nightmares, MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, and Next Level Chef, as well as past shows like Hotel Hell, Gordon Behind Bars, and Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back. Allison Wallach, President of Unscripted Programming at Fox Entertainment, praised Ramsay and Hell’s Kitchen for their long-standing presence on television, calling it one of Fox’s most successful creative partnerships and a cornerstone in the global cooking show genre.

Hell’s Kitchen is produced by ITV America’s ITV Entertainment in association with A. Smith & Co. Productions, with executive producers including Ramsay, Arthur Smith, Kent Weed, Kenny Rosen, and Bernie Schaeffer. The show’s success has solidified Ramsay’s status as a leading figure in cooking competition TV, with his fierce critiques and high standards continuing to entertain audiences worldwide. The renewal of Hell’s Kitchen for two more seasons reflects the enduring popularity of the show and Ramsay’s enduring appeal as a host and culinary expert.

Ramsay’s impact on the culinary world is undeniable, with his shows inspiring aspiring chefs and entertaining viewers with their intense competition and high-stakes challenges. Hell’s Kitchen’s new filming location at Foxwoods Resort Casino adds an exciting element to the upcoming seasons, as contestants will face off in the same setting as one of Ramsay’s acclaimed restaurants. The success of Hell’s Kitchen and Ramsay’s other shows on Fox highlights the enduring appeal of cooking competition programs, with audiences eagerly anticipating more intense challenges and memorable moments in the seasons to come.

As Fox’s first series with Ramsay nearly two decades ago, Hell’s Kitchen has become a mainstay in American television, establishing itself as a powerhouse in the cooking competition genre. The show’s continued success and renewal for two more seasons are a testament to Ramsay’s talent as a host and the engaging format of the show. With an ever-growing audience and a dedicated fan base, Hell’s Kitchen shows no signs of slowing down, promising more drama, more delicious dishes, and of course, more of Ramsay’s signature attitude in the seasons ahead.

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