Gordon Ramsay’s Most Iconic TV Show Returns After 10 Years

Yes, it’s true. What is arguably Gordon Ramsay’s most famous TV show, Kitchen Nightmares, will soon return to a TV screen near you.

US media broadcaster Fox has renewed Kitchen Nightmares, meaning a whole new series of the show will be premiering for our viewing pleasure!

In a breakdown of the broadcaster’s fall television programming plans, Fox revealed that a new series of Kitchen Nightmares will air in late 2023 or early 2024.

Above all, it is important to note that it is the American version of the show (produced by ITV Studios America with Optomen and A. Smith & Co) which returns, not Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, which aired on Channel 4 from 2004 to 2014.

That’s what we know so far…

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When will the new Kitchen Nightmares series air?

Based on the information we have from Fox at the moment, we can confirm that Kitchen Nightmares is set to air in late 2023. Watch the fall sorted!

Where can you watch the new Kitchen Nightmares series?

Here in the UK you won’t see Fox on your list of TV channels available on a regular Freeview box. You can access select Fox programs on Amazon Prime, and from 2021 all Fox UK programs have moved to the Disney+ subscription service. So we hope that the new series will be available on one of these streaming services. You’ll be the first to know when we find out.

Will the new series work the same way as the original?

To our knowledge, yes. The show’s original format included the controversial chef visiting a failing restaurant, pointing out everything the restaurateurs are doing wrong, and fixing it all in the span of a week. This ambitious and pretty tough approach has led to some iconic moments in foodie TV, including total meltdowns, food dumping and a LOT of undercooked food.

Why did Kitchen Nightmares end?

Kitchen Nightmares debuted in 2004 and ran for seven seasons until the 56-year-old chef stepped down in 2014.

At the time, Gordon said of the decision to end the series, “I’m in the process of filming four new episodes for [the UK’s] Channel 4, which will be my last,” he said in a letter to fans on his website.

“I’ve spent a phenomenal 10 years making 123 episodes, 12 seasons, shot on 2 continents, watched by tens of millions, and sold in over 150 countries,” he continued. “It’s been a blast, but it’s time to call it a day.”

Can you still watch Old Kitchen Nightmares online?

Yes! Series one to five of the UK version and one to seven of the US version of the show are currently available on Channel. Series one through seven of the UK release are also available on Amazon Prime.

Portrait of Louella Berryman

Louella is the writer for Delish UK and has years of experience writing about food and wine, but started her career working at the Salon restaurant in Brixton, London, where she developed a real passion for food, wine and hospitality.
Outside of the office, you can usually find Louella in the kitchen cooking for friends, performing really poorly in pub quizzes, or shaking down a margarita or two.

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