(Warning: this story is full of culinary puns that are in bad taste. See? Started already.) Gordon Ramsay, the foul-mouthed celebrity chef from across the pond, has been basting the wrong bird, according to British newspaper reports. While everyone tries to settle out who is telling the truth, it seems as though Fox's Kitchen Nightmares will be put back in the oven.
American viewers love anything lewd, crude, and related to food--and Fox knows it. The network has signed a new deal with foul-mouthed British chef Gordon Ramsay, who's known best for his thorough terrorism of hopeful young cooks on his hit series Hell's Kitchen.
So far, the 2008 fall season has largely been enjoyed by CBS thanks to its stock of ratings-rich procedurals. But come 2009, Fox may once again regain its title as most-watched network because its midseason lineup is loaded--and you'll never guess where Dollhouse ended up.
Oh, to be one of those poor saps on the wrong end of one of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's fiery tirades! Don't fret, soon anyone with some extra cash to drop can be one of those helpless culinary novices getting a verbal beatdown from the famous chef...in their own living rooms.
Montreal-based gamemaker Ludia today announced that it has signed a deal with television production company Granada America and is taking Fox's reality show Hell's Kitchen interactive. The video game will be available next year on "all major platforms including PC, console and mobile." Ludia is targeting the premiere of the fourth season of Hell's Kitchen for the game's debut.
Ramsay will be lending his voice and likeness to the game, which should give gamers a good target to throw their controller at when he tells them their soufflé tastes like cow excrement ...Read more
Gordon Ramsay's British series gets made over for America. In this series, Ramsay will hit the road to help many a struggling restaurant find the path to success in just one week.