Gordon Ramsay is about to stir things up once again — but this time it won't be in the kitchen. On the heels of Hell's Kitchen's finale which attracted almost 6 million viewers, Fox announced Wednesday that it has ordered another unscripted series from Ramsay's production company.
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The series, tentatively titled Hotel Hell, will follow Ramsay and a team of hospitality industry vets as they travel cross-country to revamp struggling hotels.
"These are stories that everyone can relate to, because virtually all of us have had a bad hotel experience that's turned a holiday or business trip into a total disaster," Ramsay said. "It's time to put the hospitality industry to the test."
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The show's format will mimic that of Kitchen Nightmares — with Ramsay providing business makeovers to motels, hotels, and bed-and-breakfasts in serious need of help.
Hotel Hell will be the fourth addition to Ramsay's reality TV empire. He also stars in Hell's Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares and MasterChef.