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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 […]

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 […]

Discovery, Liberty set for $933m All3Media takeover

Discovery Communications and Liberty Global have reportedly paired up to acquire UK production powerhouse All3Media for around £550 million (US$933 million). Discovery and Liberty, which are both backed by US cable TV mogul John Malone, are due to formally announce the deal tomorrow, according to Sky News, which broke the news this morning. It is […]

Bravo searches for America’s Best Restaurant with Ramsay prodco

NBCUniversal-owned cable net Bravo has acquired America’s Best Restaurant, a new series from Gordon Ramsay’s prodco One Potato Two Potato. The 11x60mins food competition series will be fronted by a “soon-to-be-announced top US chef and restaurateur”. It will pit some of the US’s top restaurants against each other to unearth which offers the best all-round […]

Mediaset, Nine check in to Ramsay’s Hotel Hell

Spain’s Mediaset and Australia’s Nine Network are among new buyers of Gordon Ramsay’s latest series for Fox, Hotel Hell. TV Joj in Slovakia and Skjarrin in Iceland round of the new sales distributor Optomen International has secured for the show, which debuted in the UK on Monday on Channel 4. The show sees celebrity chef […]

Sex, Drugs and Restaurant wars

“Chefs are the new rock stars,” says Mike Beale, head of formats at ITV Studios, the company behind long-running hit Come Dine With Me. “It’s not about Delia anymore and you could probably track this trend to The X Factor.” If chefs are the new rock stars, international cooking formats are their stage. The traditional […]