Christina Wilson, Justin Antiorio
[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.
Gordon Ramsay; Savannah Guthrie
It was a summer that won't be remembered fondly, at least by the broadcast networks. Despite a flurry of new shows, from CBS' Dogs in the City to ABC's Glass House, there wasn't much to crow about — at least until NBC's Summer Olympics ratings juggernaut came along. Cable fared better, launching new hits like A&E's Longmire and TNT's Perception and opening events like History's Hatfields & McCoys to big numbers. Here are some of this summer's highs and lows.
The Glass House
CBS may have lost the legal battle (for now), but it's won the ratings war.
ABC's Big Brother-like new series The Glass House opened to a soft 4.18 million viewers and a 1.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic Monday, down 33 percent ...
Fox's double helping of Gordon Ramsay served up a Monday night win for the network.
The season premieres of Hell's Kitchen and MasterChef averaged a 2.3 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, edging out NBC's 2.1.
Will Ferrell and Gordon Ramsay injured in charity soccer match
Although down slightly from ...
Will Ferrell and Gordon Ramsay were both injured during a charity soccer match in England on Sunday, according to the New York Post.
Fox will serve up two more helpings of Hell's Kitchen, the network announced Thursday.
The reality series stars notoriously short-tempered chef Gordon Ramsay, who puts aspiring cooks through culinary boot camp.
Gordon Ramsay will dominate Fox's summer lineup starting May 29 with the premieres of Hell's Kitchen (8/7c) and MasterChef (9/8c), and on June 4 with a new show, titled Hotel Hell (8/7c), the network announced Wednesday.
Fox also announced that So You Think You Can Dance will premiere May 24 at 8/7c.
Fox will serve up a fifth season of Kitchen Nightmares, the network announced Thursday.
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.
Two and a Half Men
How curious were people about Ashton Kutcher replacing Charlie Sheen on Two and a Half Men? Some 27.76 million people tuned in — numbers that rival American Idol. On cable, Sheen set a ratings record of his own.