Ready For This Heat? ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Renewed For Two More Seasons

Justin Jenkins
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Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen will return for Seasons 21 and 22. Ramsay’s long standing cooking competition show has been a captivating fixture since premiering in 2005. There is no word on the exact date for the Season 21 premiere, but Fox confirmed the series will return for at least two more seasons.


The fan favorite show was the number one cooking show in 2021. Ramsay continues to build on his culinary empire, previously producing other hit shows such as Next Level Chef, MasterChef, and MasterChef: Junior. Ramsay signed a nine figure deal with Fox in 2021. Together, they created Studio Ramsay Global. The new deal seeks to develop, produce, and distribute culinary and lifestyle programming for FOX, Tubi, and other global markets. Hell’s Kitchen new seasons are sure to have a bigger audience.

Hell’s Kitchen Season 20 saw the show return to Las Vegas. The finale brought in close to 3 million viewers and aired in September 2021. The competition series takes aspiring chefs and has them go head-to-head to see who truly has what it takes. The winner receives $250,000 and a head chef position at a restaurant of Ramsay’s choosing.

‘Hell’s Kitchen’ is Still Open For Business

One contestant on the next season of Hell’s Kitchen could possibly win the head chef position at Ramsay’s upcoming Hell’s Kitchen restaurant. Ramsay’s next venture will open this coming Spring in Southern California. This will be the third Hell’s Kitchen restaurant location in the US as well as the biggest. If a winner from the show is chosen to lead, they can expect a 332 seat restaurant at Harrah’s Resort.


Many fans wondered if the show would come back. Hell’s Kitchen taped Season’s 19 & 20 back-to-back right before the Covid-19 pandemic. They continue to show their excitement that their favorite show is returning.

After 20 seasons, there are only six winners who still work for Ramsay. Kori Sutton, Christina Wilson, Scott Commings, Meghan Gill, Michelle Tribble, and Ariel Contreras. All of whom regularly appear as mentors on the show.

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