Gordon Ramsay will be back to hell. Today, FOX announced they’ve renewed Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back for a second season.
The docuseries follows Ramsay and his team as they travel across the country rescuing and relaunching failing restaurants in just 24 hours time.
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back has been a success for FOX so far. Only two episodes in, the series’ first season is averaging a 1.05 rating in the 18-49 demo and 3.572 million viewers. You can read more info about the renewal below:
FOX has renewed GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK, the No. 1 new series of the summer, for a second season.
“Gordon gives 100% in everything he does, and he took on the task of turning these restaurants around wholeheartedly,” said Rob Wade, President, Alternative Entertainment and Specials, Fox Broadcasting Company. “He may be these owners’ harshest critic, but he’s also their biggest champion, because he wants them to succeed. When all is said and done, it’s really Gordon’s heart that resonates with viewers, and we can’t wait to see who he helps save next season.”
The debut of GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK posted a 1.4/6 in Live +7 ratings, ranking as the summer’s No. 1 new series. It has delivered 5.2 million multi-platform viewers, becoming FOX’s most-watched summer debut in more than three years and its most-watched unscripted debut since 2013 (excluding NFL lead-out programming). The series’ second episode posted a 1.3/6 in L+3 ratings, delivering 4.6 multi-platform viewers. Together with MASTERCHEF, the second episode of 24 HOURS drove FOX to win its 16th consecutive Wednesday night, among entertainment programs.
In the all-new episode “Brownstone Bistro,” airing tonight (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX, Ramsay’s “Hell on Wheels” travels to The Brownstone Bistro, a Cajun fusion restaurant located in Los Angeles, CA. After intense investigation and surveillance, Ramsay discovers how vital it is for the Brownstone’s staff to come together as a team in order to keep the restaurant afloat. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster – all in just 24 hours. Watch, as the clock ticks down and Ramsay and his team transform this restaurant with a spectacular renovation, a fresh new menu and hope for the future.
Today, everyone can be an amateur food critic on social media, and restaurants often find themselves one bad Yelp review away from shutting their doors. In the series, Ramsay travels throughout the United States to find restaurants on the knife’s edge of losing everything. A timer is set, and Ramsay works around the clock to put these restaurants back on course. With only 24 hours to turn the restaurant around, he makes the necessary changes that he sees fit – from re-interviewing the staff to see who makes the cut, to renovating the space and updating the menu with signature dishes and first-class service. Additionally, to help him with the task at hand, Ramsay uses his secret weapon – Hell on Wheels – a 70-foot-long semi-truck that unfolds into a state-of-the-art, completely self-sustaining mobile kitchen, where he re-invents the struggling restaurant’s menu, and whips the staff into shape. Then, when the time is up, he presents the launch of a revamped restaurant.
GORDON RAMSAY’S 24 HOURS TO HELL AND BACK is produced by Studio Ramsay. Gordon Ramsay, Michael Van Briesen, Chris Brogden, Layla Smith and Greg Lipstone serve as executive producers.”
What do you think? Have you seen Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back? Will you watch the second season?
I am a restaurant owner, I love your shows. However my biggest question is I can how it all come together and it looks great for TV. However I do not see a lot of the training that needs to be done to help the managers do their job as well like the paperwork and accountability part of the business that needs to keep it running as well. It is not all about menus and recipes and food and food spoilage. Thier is employee accountability and inventory accountability and food cost and schedules and hours vs food cost/sells. Thier is… Read more »
I really can’t understand why in the world such a stupid show like Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back is renewed when such wonderful shows like Code Black is cancelled????
Americans like cheap throwaway crap tv,