On Gordon Ramsay‘s new Fox series Hotel Hell, the famous chef turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Last week, Ramsay wasn’t able to save the failing Cambridge Hotel from its impending foreclosure. Will he have better luck this week at the Keating Hotel in San Diego, CA?
Last week on Fox‘s Hell’s Kitchen, Clemenza was eliminated on Italian night. Next, Gordon Ramsay puts the final four – Dana, Justin, Barbie, and Christina – through a tough challenge and a turn at the pass. Which two chefs will move onto the Hell’s Kitchen finale?
The home cooks who are left are the best of the best on “MasterChef.” It’s anyone’s guess as to who goes home tonight. But somebody’s got to, Gordon Ramsay will make sure of it. So let’s see what happens…
Did you catch the series premiere of Hotel Hell last week? It was the highest rated series to debut this summer! Basically, Hotel Hell is Kitchen Nightmares with a room key. This week, Gordon Ramsay checks into the Cambridge Hotel in Cambridge, New York.
On Gordon Ramsay‘s new Fox series Hotel Hell, the famous chef turns his attention to struggling hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. Much like Kitchen Nightmares, Ramsay attempts to turn around these declining businesses. In part two of the series premiere, Ramsay attempts to make changes at the Juniper Hill Inn in Vermont.
“MasterChef” is back after a short hiatus and it’s down to the final six home cooks. Becky Reams, Christine Ha, David Martinez, Frank Mirando, Josh Marks, and Monti Carlo — who is your favorite, who is going home and who moves forward for a chance to earn an apron from Gordon Ramsay?
“MasterChef” is back this evening and who knows what Gordon Ramsay has in store for the final six contestants. Reality TV Magazine has an exclusive interview with finalist, Frank Mirando. What tidbits will the home cook be dishing out as we approach the season finale?
Last time on Gordon Ramsay‘s Hell’s Kitchen, black jackets were earned by Dana, Christina, Barbie, Justin, Clemenza, and Robyn. With only six chefs remaining, who will go home next?