Fox has given Gordon Ramsay’s newest reality series Hotel Hell a second-season order. After having its premiere date pushed a couple of times, Hotel Hell posted the highest-rated series debut of the summer and ranks as this summer’s No. 1 new series among Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34 as well as other demos. “With Hotel Hell, Gordon has proved once again that he’s one of the most successful and appealing personalities on television,” said Fox’s president of alternative entertainment Mike Darnell. “He delivered an amazing new show for us this summer that fans immediately embraced.”
Hotel Hell, in which Ramsay whips failing hotels into shape, joins Ramsay’s MasterChef, which was renewed for a fourth season last month, and his flagship Hell’s Kitchen, which received a two-season pickup in April. Hotel Hell, whose freshman season finale airs Monday, is produced by Ramsay’s One Potato Two Potato Inc. Ramsay, Ben Adler, Patricia Llewellyn and Adeline Ramage Rooney serve as executive producers.
Gordon Ramsay’s new Fox reality series Hotel Hell has been assigned a premiere date. The show, featuring Ramsay as he attempts to fix troubled hotels, will debut with a two-night series premiere Monday, August 13 and Tuesday, August 14 from 8-9 PM. It will continue airing in its Monday 8-9 PM slot beginning August 20. Hotel Hell was first scheduled to premiere April 6 and then on June 4, but it was held back both times.
Hotel Hell is on the move again. Gordon Ramsay‘s new reality series, first scheduled to premiere on April 6, then on June 4, will now be held back for a launch in late summer. Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen was supposed to return for its 10th season on Tuesday, May 29, paired with Masterchef. Beginning on June 4, Hell’s Kitchen was to also air originals Mondays at 9 PM, following Hotel Hell. Hell’s Kitchen and Masterchef will now premiere on June 4 and will run on both Monday and Tuesday. The new premiere date for Hotel Hell is TBD.
UPDATE: ‘Hotel Hell’ Premiere In August
Fox has announced its summer original slate, which looks a lot like last year’s, with So You Think You Can Dance and Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen and Masterchef all returning. They will be joined by Ramsay’s newest series Hotel Hell, originally slated for a spring run in the Friday 8 PM slot but pushed to summer to make room for The Finder, which was relocated from Thursdays to Fridays. Fox also made the format change for Dance official, scheduling the summer staple once a week and canceling the results show. The show’s co-creator/executive producer/judge Nigel Lythgoe announced the news back in January. Dance will kick off its ninth season with a two-hour premiere on Thursday, May 24, the night following the end of the broadcast season and the season finale of American Idol. It will move to its regular Wednesday 8-10 PM slot the following week. Read More »
Gordon Ramsey’s latest Fox reality series, Hotel Hell, will premiere on April 6, taking over slot of another Ramsey show, Kitchen Nightmares, Fridays at 8 PM. In Hotel Hell, the foul-mouthed chef will try to fix substandard hotels. Fox’s animated series Bob’s Burgers will launch its second season on March 11, joining the network’s Sunday animated block at 8:30 PM. Dramedy Bones will return from hiatus on April 5. Fox also has set a date for the series finale of House — May 21.