‘Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars’ is Coming to the United States on FOX
Gordon Ramsay is launching a new food show in the United States called Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars. A competition series with the same premise aired in the UK earlier this year called Future Food Stars. Ramsay’s show Next Level Chef has also been renewed for a second season.
‘Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars’ Heads to the United States
Ramsay and FOX Entertainment recently created the production company Studio Ramsay Global (SRG), which has announced the upcoming U.S. launch of Gordon Ramsay’s Food Stars. The show focuses on Ramsay’s search for food and drink entrepreneurs, promising to invest money in the winner’s idea.
The show takes things to the extreme, as contestants face difficult challenges each week to prove themselves to the host. The UK version of the series even had contestants jumping off a cliff. The show was already renewed for a second season in the UK.
“It has always been incredibly important to me to support and foster the endeavors of the next generation of extraordinary culinary talent,” Ramsay said in a press release, adding, “The future of our food industry has never been more exciting, and I can’t wait for audiences to follow our search across the country as we unearth some of the most entrepreneurial talent out there.”
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‘Next Level Chef’ Renewed for Season 2
Meanwhile, Gordon Ramsay’s show Next Level Chef will be heading back to FOX for a second season, set to premiere after the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 12, 2023. The show challenges contestants to cook in three levels of kitchens with different equipment and ingredients.
The show had a successful premiere in the ratings earlier this year, so it’s no surprise that it was renewed for a second season. It was reportedly the third-most-streamed FOX unscripted debut, with over 4 million viewers on Hulu and FOX NOW.
It was also announced that FOX’s streaming platform Tubi is launching a Gordon Ramsay FAST channel, so there will be plenty of content for fans of the celebrity chef to enjoy.