Hell’s Kitchen


The studio on Ramsay’s street – celebrity chef on his next moves

In two decades, Gordon Ramsay has gone from making food programming a staple diet for the mainstream to hard-hitting documentaries. The celebrity chef talks to Kaltrina Bylykbashi about his journey in television and what’s coming next with his new All3Media-backed studio venture With 20-plus years in the television industry under his belt, Gordon Ramsay has […]

ITVS Oz appoints Fremantle’s Hart as content head

ITV Studios Australia (ITVSA) has appointed FremantleMedia Australia (FMA)’s Beth Hart as head of content. Hart will be responsible for all ITVSA commissioned shows. She will begin her role in September. Hart has worked in both the UK and Australia on a range of top-rated shows. Her UK executive producer credits include The X Factor, Hell’s […]

Fox will transmit The F Word live on air

Fox has ordered Gordon Ramsay format The F Word and will put the US broadcast version out live. Sweary chef and presenter Ramsay’s new prodco, Studio Ramsay, will make the Fox series, which will debut in 2017. In the show, families battle it out in a cooking competition, serving up dishes for Ramsay and a […]

Acquisitions lift ITV Studios

ITV Studios’ revenue grew strongly in the first half of the year, buoyed by its acquired production companies. Sales were up 31% year-on-year at UK broadcaster ITV-owned ITVS, taking the total to £651 million (US$853 million), with revenues from Netherlands-based Talpa, UK prodcos Twofour and Mammoth Screen bolstering the total. On a like-for-like basis, stripping […]

Gordon Ramsay creates prodco, All3 JV

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has created a studio and scored a joint venture production pact with All3Media. Studio Ramsay will focus on developing and producing unscripted and scripted television. According to a spokesperson, the prodco’s establishment does not effect Ramsay’s existing prodco, One Potato Two Potato, which is operated as a joint venture with All3-owned […]

Netflix adding 100 hours of HDR content

Netflix will add over 100 hours of high dynamic range (HDR) programming to its service by August, with more than 150 hours slated by the end of the year. Announcing its plans, Netflix said that it plans to grow its catalogue of HDR titles at a similar pace as its catalogue of 4K titles in the […]

Hell’s Kitchen opens in Asia

An Indonesian broadcaster has commissioned the first Asian version of Gordon Ramsay-created cooking format Hell’s Kitchen. SCTV will get a 25x60mins version that is hosted by Juna Rorimpandey, better known locally as Chef Juna. It will launch in the winter this year. This follows a deal with ITV Studios Global Entertainment, which has also sold […]

Ramsay has final Kitchen Nightmares

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has brought his restaurant-in-trouble series Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares to an end after 10 years on Channel 4 in the UK. The show, which comes from All3Media’s Optomen Television and Ramsay’s One Potato Two Potato, first broadcast in 2004 and has spawned 123 episodes and a successful American remake for Fox, Kitchen […]

ITV bringing back Name That Tune

The UK’s largest commercial broadcaster ITV is piloting a new version of Name That Tune, marking the return of the classic gameshow, TBI has learned. The previous ITV incarnation of the show was last on British screens 26 years ago. The new Name That Tune is described as a refreshed and reinvigorated version of the […]

ITV Studios locks in CEE format deals

ITV Studios has struck several format deals in the Central and Eastern Europe region, including a remake of Surprise Surprise and Hell’s Kitchen. Romanian free-to-air broadcaster Antena has commissioned a local version of cooking reality series Hell’s Kitchen, which will go out on its flagship Antena 1 channel. ITV Studios has recently shopped the format […]