Fox has ordered two more helpings of the competition series.
February 1, 2022
Fox announced today that Hell's Kitchen has been picked up for Seasons 21 and 22, giving the competitive culinary series another two-season order. The renewal makes sense, as it remains television's top cooking show.
On the air since 2005, Hell's Kitchen follows aspiring restaurateurs competing in a fervent culinary academy where they must demonstrate endurance and skill in order to make it to the end and receive a potentially-life-changing grand prize.
Look for Season 21 to premiere later this year.
02/04/22 at 11:43am
Hell to the yes. Great and to the one who said get Non chef's the non chef's you speak of are the contestants some of these are line cooks or even just prep cooks and there is a major difference between A cook and a chef also Truth is the competition changes each and every season as there are new challenges and new twists just like with Big brother.
02/03/22 at 03:03pm
That guy needs to chill out
- Stone Cold Steve Austin
02/03/22 at 09:20am
Wow when a format is easy and cheap it can stay on the air even if no one cares. So formulaic. We know you get non chefs so that the insults can land and they want adjust to decent output. We also know Gordon is just acting. It's drama for the camera.
02/02/22 at 11:41am
On the air for almost 20 years now... wow. When a format clicks it can keep people interested for decades.
02/01/22 at 01:34pm