Fox-owned AVOD service Tubi has announced its first original unscripted cooking series, Kitchen Commando, from Gordan Ramsay’s Studio Ramsay Global.
Produced with Fox Alternative Entertainment, the series will follow former US Army Master Sergeant and White House Chef, Andre Rush, take on a new mission to save struggling restaurants and reignite their passion for the service industry.
Launching on 12 February, the 10-part series will see Chef Rush visit restaurants in the surrounding D.C. area in need of his discipline and resourcefulness. In each episode, he will deploy all his talents to whip these eateries back into shape.
Kitchen Commando is executive produced by Gordon Ramsay, Robert Twilley and Matthew Hobin, with Natalie Ebnet serving as co-executive producer.
Gordon Ramsay and Fox Entertainment jointly formed Studio Ramsay Global in 2021, as a production entity co-owned between the two to develop, produce and distribute culinary and lifestyle programming for Fox, Tubi, and platforms worldwide. The company is behind titles incuding competition format Next Level Chef.
“We couldn’t be more excited to introduce our very first unscripted original cooking series from icon and CEO Gordon Ramsay and Studio Ramsay Global,” said Adam Lewinson, CCO, Tubi. “Chef Rush, a man whose military and culinary experience commands respect and attention, makes Kitchen Commando entertaining, compelling and heartfelt television.”