Fox airs three reality shows built around Gordon Ramsay yelling at people — “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Kitchen Nightmares,” and “MasterChef,” — but that apparently isn’t enough.
Fox has ordered a new Ramsay series where the reality kingpin will partner with a team of hospitality experts, traveling across the country to try and fix every aspect of struggling hotels, motels and bed & breakfasts. The working title: Hotel Hell.
The series is both familiar territory for Ramsay and a real departure, combining the business makeover format of Kitchen Nightmares with the internationally known chef moving beyond a cooking-centric show on Fox for the first time. Ramsay has hotel experience, having studied hotel management as a young man, and having worked and owned hotel-based restaurants throughout his career. [EW]
Four reality shows starring the same person is a goddamn terrible idea. Because it’s not nearly enough! I DEMAND MORE SHOWS ABOUT GORDON RAMSAY YELLING AT PEOPLE. I want a Gordon Ramsay show every night of the week. “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Hotel Hell,” “Hell’s Nightmares,” “Nightmare Hotel Kitchens from Hell.” “Gordon Ramsay’s Variety Hour of Kicking Puppies and Strangling Kittens.” Big hits, all of them.