Hell's Kitchen is back with more meltdowns, more cursing and... puppets?!
When Fox's culinary competition show kicks off its 11th season with a two-hour episode on Tuesday at 8/7c, Chef Gordon Ramsay has fashioned an all-new form of torture for the 20 contestants. For the first time ever, contestants will have to present their signature dishes in front of a live audience in Las Vegas...
Bloody hell! Has Gordon Ramsay met his cursing match?
On Friday's Kitchen Nightmares, the chef visits Nino's Italian Restaurant, which has been a staple in Long Beach, Calif., since 1958. The original immigrant couple that made Nino's a success has since retired, and under the inept management of their eldest son Nino, the restaurant has sadly fallen off.
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Good thing that Chef Ramsay is here to help. The only problem? Nino is serving up more excuses than red-sauced entrees and tries to go mano-a-mano in the cursing department. Watch our exclusive sneak peek below to hear the bleep button work overtime:
To be a Hell's Kitchen contestant, one must be hungry for fame, excellence and no small amount of drama. But to be a Hell's Kitchen diner, one must go hungry ... or at least that's the impression the editing on the reality cooking competition show has given.
With all of host-mentor Chef Gordon Ramsay's bellowing, the undercooked proteins and overdone egos apparent on the show, many a filmed dinner service has ended in tears or has been shut down well before all courses have been served. Imagine my relief (and satiation) that this was not necessarily the case when I recently had the privilege to dine at Hell's Kitchen itself.
Check out what other preconceived notions I had and how they played out through dinner service:
Fox has delayed the launch of Touch's second season until January 2013, the network announced Thursday.
An exact premiere date for the show, which was originally slated to begin later this month, has not been set.
[WARNING: The following story reveals the winner of Hell's Kitchen. Read at your own risk.]
After weeks of burned risottos, undercooked meat and Chef Gordon Ramsay's rage, Hell's Kitchen crowned the winner of its 10th season Monday.