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Title card from the first sixteen seasons.
GenreReality competitionCreated byGordon RamsayDirected by
  • Tony Croll
  • Brad Kreisberg
  • Sharon Trojan Hollinger
StarringGordon RamsayNarrated byJason Thompson (seasons 1–12, 15–present)Opening theme""/wiki/Fire_(Ohio_Players_song)""Fire (Ohio Players song)"" by the Ohio PlayersComposer(s)David VanacoreCountry of originUnited StatesOriginal language(s)EnglishNo. of seasons18No. of episodes282 (list for 1 last update 2020/05/29 of episodes)(list of episodes)ProductionExecutive producer(s)
  • Arthur Smith
  • Kent Weed
  • Gordon Ramsay
  • Kenny Rosen
  • David Eilenberg
Running time41–44 minutes[1]Production company(s)
  • A. Smith & Co. Productions
  • Granada America (seasons 1–5)
  • ITV Studios (seasons 6–9)
  • ITV Studios America (season 10–present)
ReleaseOriginal networkFoxOriginal releaseMay 30, 2005 (2005-05-30) –
present (present)ChronologyRelated showsHell''s Kitchen is an American reality competition television series based on the British series of the same name, and also hosted by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. It has been broadcast on Fox since 2005.

Each season, two teams of chefs compete for a job as head chef at a restaurant, while working in the kitchen of a restaurant set up in the television studio. A progressive elimination format reduces a field of 12 to 20 to a single winner over the course of each season. In a typical episode, a single contestant is selected for elimination.

The first 18 seasons were produced at a modified warehouse in Los Angeles that included the restaurant, dual kitchen facilities and a dormitory where the contestants resided while on the show. In February 2019, Fox renewed the series for a nineteenth and twentieth season,[2] this time to be filmed at the Hell''s Kitchen has been nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards.

Format[edit]

Hell''s Kitchen follows the same format of the UK version, although the show is aired on tape delay and not performed live, nor is there audience participation in the elimination of chefs, who are also not celebrities as they contestants are in the UK version. The show is produced at Hell''s jacket with panels of that color on the shoulders. The chefs remain on these teams throughout most of the competition, but Ramsay may reassign a chef to the other team if the team numbers are uneven, wishes to experiment, or if he feels the chef will perform better on the other team. Each episode typically includes a challenge and a dinner service, followed by the elimination of a chef, or, under rare circumstances, multiple. When only five or six chefs remain, they are brought into a single common team wearing black-paneled jackets. From this point onward, they compete individually during challenges and work together during services to be one of the final two.

Challenges[edit]

In challenges, the teams or individual is tasked with a cooking challenge by Ramsay. The type of challenges are varied, including ingredient preparation, meal preparation and taste tests. The first challenge of each season is a signature dish cook-off, giving the chefs an opportunity to show Ramsay their cooking.

Each season typically includes one or more challenges that allows teams to construct several dishes either for a banquet to be held the next dinner service or as part of designing their own menus. Other challenges typically include a "" task, where chefs must attempt to recreate a dish Ramsay has prepared after tasting it only, and a "" where chefs identify ingredients while blindfolded and wearing sound-blocking headphones. Some challenges have been full breakfast for 1 last update 2020/05/29 or lunch services, where the team completing the service first is declared the winner. Each season typically includes one or more challenges that allows teams to construct several dishes either for a banquet to be held the next dinner service or as part of designing their own menus. Other challenges typically include a "" task, where chefs must attempt to recreate a dish Ramsay has prepared after tasting it only, and a "" where chefs identify ingredients while blindfolded and wearing sound-blocking headphones. Some challenges have been full breakfast or lunch services, where the team completing the service first is declared the winner.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for The winner of the challenge is determined by either a scoring system set for that challenge or by Ramsay'' opinions. The winning team or chef receives a reward (a recreational activity away from Hell''s high standards for quality and presentation. Dinner service is for about 100 guests (volunteers for the show), with each diner expecting to receive an appetizer, an entree, and a dessert, although the desserts aren''s more difficult dishes including risotto and Beef Wellington. The chefs spend several hours before each service preparing their ingredients.

Menus may be customized for a specific dinner service, such as ethnic-themed dishes or plates that resulted from the earlier challenge. Some seasons feature a service allowing for the teams to develop their own menus, which are reviewed by Ramsay for quality and presentation beforehand. Later seasons may feature a private dinner service, where each team must serve a five course meal to 12 guests, with each member leading their teammates to prepare one course. Dinner services may include additional challenges. A chef from each team may be asked to serve a table-side meal for their team, serve celebrities sitting at the kitchen''s table, or act as a server for the evening taking and fulfilling orders. After the chefs are on a single black team, the last dinner service before the finale usually has each chef run the pass as a test of their quality control, including deliberate mistakes made by the sous chefs or Ramsay himself.

During a service, Ramsay demands that all orders for each course for a table go out together, and will send back entire orders if one item is improperly prepared, such as being over- or undercooked or not seasoned correctly, although he may send out incomplete orders to urge the chefs to get it together. While the chefs are in two teams, Ramsay is assisted by two trusted sous-chefs, each monitoring one of the kitchens, demanding the same standards and alerting Ramsay to any issues. Ramsay''s jacket on a sharp hook below their picture in a row with the others, igniting the chef''s rules may be immediately eliminated. Chefs may also exit the competition voluntarily for any other reason; though this is not encouraged, their wishes are ultimately granted (with reasons by Ramsay explained, if applicable).

Once the number of chefs drops below a certain level (usually once 5 or 6 are left) they are awarded black jackets and assembled into a single for 1 last update 2020/05/29 team. In the most recent seasons, black jackets are awarded by a series of rigorous individual challenges rather than dinner service. Eliminations continue until two are left. Once the number of chefs drops below a certain level (usually once 5 or 6 are left) they are awarded black jackets and assembled into a single team. In the most recent seasons, black jackets are awarded by a series of rigorous individual challenges rather than dinner service. Eliminations continue until two are left.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Final service[edit]

In the finale, the final two chefs are each given the opportunity to develop their own menus and lead a brigade of former competitors through a full dinner service on their own. In the first five seasons, this included the opportunity to decorate half of the Hell''s history, including Ramsay himself kicking one of the brigade for 1 last update 2020/05/29 members out. On one occasion, a chef had walked out of service under their own accord. In the finale, the final two chefs are each given the opportunity to develop their own menus and lead a brigade of former competitors through a full dinner service on their own. In the first five seasons, this included the opportunity to decorate half of the Hell''s history, including Ramsay himself kicking one of the brigade members out. On one occasion, a chef had walked out of service under their own accord.

Ramsay uses his own observations and those from the diners and other sources to decide who is the winning chef. He has two doors in his office leading out to the balcony above the Hell''s choosing, as well as a cash prize of $250,000.[5] In a similar manner to the voiceover at each elimination, Ramsay has a voiceover to explain his reasons for choosing that chef as the winner. In addition, the winner hangs a picture of themselves alongside the previous winners that is seen at the restaurant''hôtel Jean-Philippe Susilovic Main Main James Lukanik Main Marino Monferrato Guest Main

Gordon Ramsay is the head chef. Jason Thompson is the narrator. Jean-Philippe Susilovic, a Belgian maître d''s London restaurants and appeared in the first seven seasons and later returned for Season 11. He left after Season 12 and was replaced by Marino Monferrato for Season 13. Susilovic was also the maître d''s sous chef in the upcoming nineteenth and twentieth seasons.[7] Previous sous-chefs were Mary Ann Salcedo, Gloria Felix, Season 2 winner Heather West, Scott Leibfried, James Avery, Aaron Mitrano, Andi Van Willigan, and James "" Petrie. In Season 15, Wilson filled in for Van Willigan-Cutspec who was getting married at the time of filming but returned for one episode when her reception was one of the themed dinner services for that season. Van-Willigan returned in season 16 but was replaced by Wilson again for Seasons 17 onwards due to personal reasons.

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Broadcasting[edit]

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for The theme song is Fire by the Ohio Players. When the U.S. version is broadcast in the U.K., Italy, Portugal and some countries (shown on the table below), it features only the instrumental version. The instrumental version also appeared in the uncensored DVD release for the U.S. version.

SettingWoodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for [editWoodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for ]

For the show''s Kitchen restaurant set itself was housed in the former studios of Los Angeles television station KCOP at 915 North La Brea Avenue, in Hollywood, which at one time hosted production of game shows Tic Tac Dough and The Joker''s Kitchen. The dining room area was the location of the former KCOP news studios, and living quarters for the contestants were built behind the restaurant.[10] Before season three, the Hell''s Kitchen''s Kitchen relates to an incident with contestant Joseph Tinnelly from Season 6, who, during one elimination round, angrily confronted Ramsay, challenging him to fight, and was then escorted off the set. The incident drew immediate fire from critics as an overplayed and possibly faked scene, conducted to cause action and tension on the show in order to spark viewer interest, although later research has disproven this.[14]

In a 2013 interview, Ramsay admitted that the vast majority of his anger towards contestants was acting, his on-camera rage being done to force contestants to give their all and that when off-camera he treated all contestants with friendliness and respect. Ramsay further stated he would often meet with eliminated contestants after their departure from the show, offering positive criticism and advice. Staff and production members further affirmed that in real life, Ramsay was a sociable and friendly person and most of the on-camera drama is played out for the benefit of the audience.[15]

Starting in April 2020, Jim McGloin, a contestant who competed on the 6th season of the show, stated in livestreams via Twitch that the competition is more or less along the lines of professional wrestling, being that it''s Kitchen episodes

Season Original run Winner Runner-up Reason for winning No. of Contestants Winner''Nel Witt Mary Poehnelt Composure 20 Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace[19][c]
12 March 13 – July 24, 2014 Scott Commings Jason Zepaltas[d] Artistry
13 September 10 – December 17, 2014 La Tasha McCutchen Bryant Gallaher Will, Tenacity, & Determination 18 Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Atlantic City[20][e]
14 March 3 – June 9, 2015 Meghan Gill Torrece "" Gregoire Natural Leadership
15 January 15 – April 29, 2016 Ariel Malone Kristin Barone Vocalness BLT Steak at Bally''s Kitchen Restaurant at Caesars Palace[23][24]
18 September 28, 2018 – February 8, 2019 Ariel Contreras-Fox[h] Mia Castro Growth & Consistency
Notes
  1. ^ Season 1 winner Michael Wray was offered the alternative choice of working at Gordon Ramsay in London, but declined the offer in order to be closer to his family.
  2. ^ Season 7 winner Holli Ugalde was refused a UK work permit, and so was awarded the cash prize in for 1 last update 2020/05/29 lieu of the job at the Savoy Grill.Season 7 winner Holli Ugalde was refused a UK work permit, and so was awarded the cash prize in lieu of the job at the Savoy Grill.
  3. ^ Season 11 winner Ja''s job offer was withdrawn after she failed a drug test, but she kept the cash prize. Due to a commitment on Witt''s Kitchen has been nominated for three Primetime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Art Direction for Variety, Music or Nonfiction Programming category in 2007, 2008, and 2009. It has also been nominated for two Art Directors Guild Awards in the Television — Awards Show, Variety, Music or Non-Fiction Program category in 2007 and 2008, winning one in 2008. It has also been nominated for a Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer Series.

    In 2009, Gordon Ramsay won an Astra Award for Favourite International Personality or Actor.[25]

    Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for At the 2011 People''s Kitchen was nominated for Favorite Reality Show and Gordon Ramsay was nominated for Favorite TV Chef.[26]

    At the 2014 Reality TV Awards ceremony, Hell''s Kitchen won awards for best overall show and guilty pleasure at the 2015 Reality TV Awards.[28]

    Compared to the UK Version, the show''s Kitchen on DVD in Region 1.[51] Season 14 was released on March 15, 2016, and to the Blu-ray format for the first time.[52]

    In Region 4, Shock Entertainment has released seasons 1–8 on DVD in Australia.[53]

    DVD/BD title No. of
    episodes
    Release dates
    Region 1 (CAN) Region 1 (US) Region 4 (AUS)
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 2: Raw and Uncensored 10 October 27, 2009 May 11, 2010 February 2, 2009
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 4: Raw and Uncensored 15 November 16, 2010 November 9, 2010 April 1, 2009
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 6: Raw and Uncensored 15 November 1, 2011 April 10, 2012 March 9, 2011[54]
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 8: Raw and Uncensored 15 December 4, 2012 May 11, 2011[56]
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 10: Raw and Uncensored 20 October 8, 2013[57] October 1, 2013 TBA
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 12: Raw and Uncensored 20 September 1, 2015 TBA
    Hell''s Kitchen – Season 14: Raw and Uncensored 16 March 15, 2016 TBA

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    On September 11, 2008, Ubisoft released Hell''s Kitchen on FacebookDeveloper(s)Ludia / Social2uPlatform(s)FacebookReleaseApril 2, 2009Genre(s)Sim

    On April 2, 2009, Ludia and Social2u released the official Facebook version of the Hell''s Bark Worse Than His Bite, Entertainment Weekly

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