Called Hotel Hell, it will document whether Ramsay's skills at turning around troubled restaurants (as seen on Kitchen Nightmares) will translate to the hotel industry.
This makes the fourth U.S. reality show Ramsay currently stars in (in addition to Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay serves as a judge on MasterChef).
Meanwhile, in his native U.K., Ramsay is launching Gordon Ramsay Behind Bars, a show featuring Ramsay going into a British prison and transforming inmates into chefs.
If Behind Bars takes off in England, don't b e surprised if Fox plans an American version a few years down the line.
Not really sure where Ramsay gets the time and energy for all these shows while he's also running numerous restaurants and authoring nearly two dozen cookbooks like Gordon Ramsay's Great Escape.
Maybe he stopped having those cosmetic surgeries and reported affairs including (allegedly) with the author of Having An Affair? A Handbook For The Other Woman.
Learn more about the foul-mouthed chef and find out how he nearly died over shark fin soup.
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