Episodes: 29 (hour).
TV show dates: June 13, 2018 — May 12, 2020.
Series status: Cancelled.
Performers include: Gordon Ramsay.
TV show description:
Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back TV show is a new twist on the salty chef’s series, Kitchen Nightmares. In the new restaurant rescue and relaunch program, Chef Ramsay travels cross country in “Hell On Wheels,” his mobile command center which includes, of course, a state-of-the-art kitchen.
Gordon and his team are riding to the rescue to help restaurateurs right their sinking ships. The action begins when an undercover team records secret surveillance footage of a business, after which Ramsay visits in person, to personally inspect those problems plaguing these eateries.
In just 24 hours, Ramsay and company renovate the restaurant kitchens and dining rooms, refresh the menus, and try to set up the proprietors for future success. At the end of the allotted time, they stage a grand re-opening, for the public.
Episode #29 — Save Our Town
Gordon Ramsay and his team take on their biggest makeover challenge to date, revitalizing three local businesses in Ellicott City. Hit by massive floods in 2016 and 2018, Ellicott City struggled to rebuild local businesses after the devastating damage that the disasters caused. Ramsay has called in some expert help, including esteemed interior designer Nate Berkus, former Baltimore Orioles Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken Jr., former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and the Maryland National Guard, to offer helping hands to the community.
First aired: May 12, 2020.
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