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.
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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.
So You Think You Can Dance
Put on your dancing shoes and your best apron because So You Think You Can Dance and MasterChef are coming back for more.
Fox announced pickups for both shows Thursday. Dance judge and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe first broke the news about his series via twitter. "FOX has picked up #SYTYCD for it's 9th season, it was announced today by...
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.
Our top moments of the week:
12. Most and Least Self-Aware: On the perplexing season finale of Ryan & Tatum: The O'Neals, the estranged father and daughter have a wrap-up therapy session in which they (very speedily, thanks to a suspicious edit) appear to reconcile — just one episode after their big blowout in Washington, D.C. "It would be terrible not to have her in my life. I know, because it has been," Ryan says. "I was always...
MasterChef capped its season like a fine espresso with a touch of anisette that tops off a meal: Its two-hour finale averaged 6.64 million viewers and 2.6 rating among 18-to-49-year-olds.
Adrien, Jennifer and Christian
Capping off a two-hour finale Tuesday night, MasterChef named its Season 2 winner, Jennifer Behm, who beat out fellow finalists Adrien Nieto and Christian Collins for the title.
"I definitely will not pass up champagne this time," Behm tells TVGuide.com. The Delaware realtor had notoriously skipped out on a champagne-sipping reward during the competition and opted to cook alongside her rivals, risking elimination. "We actually have a whole case of Joe [Bastianich]'s prosecco from one of his vineyards to celebrate the evening and have a good time."
Chef Ramsay, Elises
Hell's Kitchen was cookin' for 6.83 million viewers, winning Monday night among the industry-prized 18-to-49-year-olds demographic with a 2.8 rating that matched its season high, according to Nielsen overnight figures.
The penultimate episode of MasterChef that followed at 9/8c served 6.04 million people and a 2.4 demo rating.
Hello MasterChef fans,
Monday night we watched the Final 4 compete in the second season of MasterChef USA. Over the last two months, it was Suzy, Jennifer, Adrien and Christian who rose to the top out of thousands who tried out, and as we saw this evening, not one of them is ready to go out without a fight!
By now our remaining foursome have endured a constant stream of intense and emotionally draining tasks -- arguably some more fair than others, and yet have remained passionate and resilient. We felt they were ready and capable to take it to the next level by representing their country before a panel of highly revered international MasterChef judges. Competing for yourself is one thing, but...