In Friday’s season finale of Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, the infamously irate celebrity chef may have met his match. Watch below as Scottsdale, Ariz., bakeshop owner Amy puts the fear of God into a baby-faced employee and spits out snarling platitudes like, “The customer is not always right!” READ FULL STORY »
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Gordon Ramsay is best known for screaming obscenities at participants on his restaurant rehab show Kitchen Nightmares, but the celeb chef breaks the mold in an exclusive clip from Friday’s episode. Serving up an impromptu French lesson, he whispers surprisingly sweetly into the ear of a misinformed restaurant owner. Who says reality TV isn’t educational? Watch below. READ FULL STORY »
There are few moments more chilling (in every sense of the word) than when Gordon Ramsay heads into the freezer of his latest Kitchen Nightmares
victimproject. On tonight’s episode, when Ramsay ventures into the walk-in of Brooklyn eatery Mama Maria’s, he finds it brimming with frozen food — one of the bulldogish super-chef’s worst pet peeves. Despite the sub-zero temperatures, Ramsay gets hot under the collar in this exclusive clip you’ll have to see to believe. Check it out below. READ FULL STORY »
Gordon Ramsay is accustomed to dishing out the lion’s share of roars on Kitchen Nightmares, but the bombastic chef-turned-restaurant whisperer will have to take a backseat to a sour server when the show heads to Boston’s North End for its season 5 premiere. In a special two-part makeover, Ramsay visits La Galleria 33 and to help two sister-owners who can’t control their feisty staffers. In a tense exclusive sneak peek, boss Rita may be wearing the leopard print, but its her employee Sarah who likes to scratch. Check it out below.
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Look at that face. Gordon Ramsay is very excited. Or, you know, he’s screaming at us all — but I guess we should get used to it.
Fox announced today it has picked up the Ramsay-hosted culinary competition series Hell’s Kitchen for two more seasons, which will be the show’s 11th and 12th. That’s a lot of bleeps in our future.
Hell’s Kitchen premiered back in 2005 and kicks off its tenth season May 29. And starting June 4, Fox will offer up two helpings per week of the show, airing Mondays and Tuesdays.
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