March 26, 2024

Fox announced today that Hell's Kitchen has been picked up for Seasons 23 and 24, giving the competitive culinary series another two-season order. The renewal makes sense, as the show continues to rank as one of television's top cooking series.

"Ever since Gordon Ramsay and Hell's Kitchen premiered on Fox nearly two decades ago, they have been mainstays of American television," said Allison Wallach, President, Unscripted Programming, Fox Entertainment. "Hell's Kitchen was our first series with Gordon, marking the launch of one of Fox's most successful creative partnerships ever and an important cornerstone in what has become global television's most powerful cooking brand."

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.

Currently television's longest-running food competition, the show will surpass 350 total episodes with today's renewal. The 23rd and 24th seasons will be produced at Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut, where one of Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen restaurants is located. Look for Season 23 to premiere later this year.