Famous chefs Gordon Ramsay stay at home on Fox!
His latest cooking competition, “The Next Level Chef,” has been renewed for two more seasons online. The show focuses on home chefs and trained professionals battling in three different kitchen levels for the top prize.
Gordon Ramsay’s Cooking Competition ‘Next Level Chef’ Renewed for Two More Seasons at Fox
Duration reports that Fox has decided to extend “The Next Level Chef” for two more seasons just hours before the end of the two-hour season that aired earlier this week. Season 2 of Ramsay’s latest cooking competition premiered shortly after this year’s Super Bowl and drew 16.9 million viewers.
While shows like “Hell’s Kitchen” only feature Ramsay in the kitchen alone, this time around, he’s teaming up with stars Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blais to ensure that all the chefs get the help they need. expert help when preparing meals for the final round of assessment. The stage is set three stories high, with each level having a different difficulty level.
The first season was filmed in Las Vegas while the second was filmed in the UK. The first two seasons were produced by Studio Ramsay and Fox Alternative Entertainment. For seasons 3 and 4, Studio Ramsay will still produce for the Fox Studio Ramsay Global venture, but BiggerStage will also produce. Seasons 3 and 4 will also be filmed in Ireland. Gordon Ramsay and Matt Cahoon will still be executive producers of the show.
Allison Wallach, President of Non-Descriptive Programming at Fox Entertainment, released a statement saying, “Serving two more Next Level Chef orders was an easy decision after a season five. two, fueled by a historic post-Super Bowl debut.” She went on to say, “Gordon has staged a series of films that require great skill and creativity in a three-stage pressure cooker, offering high stakes, high drama, and some of the most innovative cooking. that I have ever seen.”
Ramsay also released a statement regarding his show’s renewal, saying, “I’m thrilled that we’re bringing two more seasons of Next Level Chef to Fox. It’s the culinary competition of cooking shows and we’re excited to continue raising the bar.”
Ramsay reveals how he got the idea to create the ‘Next Level Chef’
In a January 2022 interview with sensational“Masterchef” judge revealed his inspiration for the show: “I think I gave birth to this show during the pandemic.”
“I had this crazy idea,” he continued. “My career started in the basement. And when I won my third Michelin star, I was in a very, very high position – but I still have pieces of fish and meat that I still put special emphasis on on my menu out of respect. from the bottom, from braised oxtail to a mackerel that isn’t as glamorous as tuna.”
He added: “So three stacked kitchens, three incredible mentors. “And then there were the sparks when we put the chefs on social media alongside the professional chefs — watching them swarm in the kitchen, it was amazing.”
He also compared “Next Level Chef” to its predecessors, saying, “I’m not going to be complacent, but what I’m going to do is get creative and use all those elements of ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ ‘, ‘Hotel Hell,’ ’24 hours to hell and back’, and then I look at the food scene at how much we appreciate good food and how much money we don’t have today. Now to cook.
Gordon Ramsay is determined to continue running ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ for many years to come
The celebrity chef also revealed that he has no plans to close down “Hell’s Kitchen” in the near future. “I love Hell Kitchen. I run a restaurant, Fox runs the show, and I keep that as authentic as possible. And we start filming early next year, and I’d love for you to come down for dinner, because the notebook is pre-ordered. full. Those doors open, guests sit down and I run the restaurant,” he explains.
“And I think that’s why it works, because these chefs are competing for a great spot. They are getting a great background. Can you imagine me at 25 being given the chance to cook in a competition to win a quarter of a million dollars?” he asks. “I can barely make $2,000 a month at their age. My salary can’t even pay the rent, getting kicked in the ass in those fancy kitchens. So I think it’s an incredible platform for these kids to get out of.”
“Can I continue? I fell in love with this business in my early 40s. And then, how do you go back in time to become super strong and fit? I started triathlon and I did my first Iron Man at 43 in Hawaii. And now at 55, I’m as strong as a guitar. And I can go for another 30 seasons. Trust me,” he teased. “You didn’t see my end. Do not underestimate the power of an old man.
Fans can’t wait to see what Gordon Ramsay will cook next!