Nope, no 'Kitchen Nightmares' here, and we're not booking a stay in 'Hotel Hell' after a lovely meal at 'Hell's Kitchen.' It seems star chef Gordon Ramsay has decided to get into the TV business for real, developing an original NBC scripted drama series titled aptly enough, 'The Inferno.' The project will be co-developed with Scott Stuber and directed by 'Smash' filmmaker Michael Mayer, but what's it all about? Can Ramsay stand the head of scripted TV's kitchen?
We've finally made it to the season finale of 'Hell's Kitchen,' and it's a boy vs. girl fight in the last round as chefs Justin and Christina rely on their past competitors to help them execute their menus and prove to Gordon Ramsay that they have what it takes to run his new restaurant in Las Vegas.
There are three chefs remaining in 'Hell's Kitchen,' but only two spots available to compete for the title of head chef at Gordon Ramsay's restaurant in Las Vegas. Will it be the talented but loud (so loud!) Dana, the strong Christina, or the confident Justin?
In this week's episode of 'Hell's Kitchen,' Chef Ramsay will test our final four contestants' skills dictating orders and performing quality control at the pass. At the end of last week's episode, he sent them a mysterious surprise -- but what was it?
Last week's 'Hell's Kitchen' brought the inevitable (and long overdue) elimination of Robyn, leaving the remaining five chefs to celebrate her absence. But with only five chefs left, the competition is getting more intense, as evidenced by this week's challenge, when the chefs must once again recreate one of Chef Ramsay's dishes by teaching an inexperienced student how to prepare it.
With only seven chefs left on 'Hell's Kitchen,' things are finally starting to clear up in the kitchen. The strong chefs are making themselves known (Dana), while the weak ones are dropping like flies (Robyn, your time is coming). Shockingly, Chef Ramsay sent the competent Kimmie packing instead of Robyn, who attempted to serve raw food to the diners. What ridiculous decision will he make next?
When we last left our chefs in 'Hell's Kitchen,' Tiffany was given the boot for her lack of passion and incompetence as a leader in the kitchen. Robyn is still a drama monger, creating plenty of conflict in the blue kitchen and unable to own up to her mistakes.
When last we left our cooks in 'Hell's Kitchen,' Clemenza was in danger of being kicked out of the kitchen for his sloppy dishes -- including a quail with bones still in it. And all of this before one of the cooks' most important dinner services has even begun!
Previously on 'Hell's Kitchen,' Robin was sent to the men's team, where she proved herself a more valuable cook, but still couldn't lead the blue team to victory. The red team flourished without Robyn creating excess conflict in their kitchen, and Royce was finally sent packing.
With Robyn over in the blue kitchen, can she turn things around and prove herself worthy of running Chef Gordon Ramsay's new restaurant in Las Vegas? Can Tiffany be convinced to care about the competition again? Welcome back to 'Hell's Kitchen.'