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.
After a very successful debut, Fox has ordered a second season of Hotel Hell.
"The response to Hotel Hell has been truly extraordinary, and we're really excited to have the opportunity to turn around many more hotels in dire need of intervention," said star Gordon Ramsay.
Anyone can own a hotel, and that's a huge problem.
On Gordon Ramsay's new Fox series Hotel Hell (premiering Monday, 8/7c, Fox), the famed chef and restaurateur turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts. And although the various businesses have different difficulties, the crux of the problem usually comes down to the owners. "Because they've got the money, they think that they've got the right to dictate what they should be serving to the public because they've bought the place," Ramsay told reporters on a call. "That isn't the case."
The next time a hotel offers you an upgrade, just say no. Why? Let's just say they're never as clean as they look, according to Gordon Ramsay.
"If [hotels] suggest they will upgrade you to the honeymoon suite, don't take it. I'm trying to be serious because it is somewhat shocking," the Hotel Hell star told reporters at Fox's Television Critics Association fall TV previews Monday, before adding: " I just didn't think it could ...
Below you can find all the scoop on Fox's new and returning shows from the Television Critics Association fall TV previews.