Gordon Ramsay will be driving to struggling restaurants across the country in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell On Wheel's. For the first time ever, Ramsay will try to bring each of these failing restaurants back from the brink of disaster – all in just 24 hours. First, he’ll send in a team to record secret surveillance. Then, he’ll go in undercover to see the problems first-hand. Ramsay and his team will transform these restaurants with spectacular renovations.
Gordon revitalizes three businesses in Ellicott City, Md., after flood damage in 2016 and 2018; interior designer Nate Berkus, former professional baseball player Cal Ripken Jr. and former professional football player Torrey Smith help Gordon.
Fox announced today that Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back has been picked up for a third season. The reality series continued to be a solid performer during its sophomore run, which aired as a mid-season entry this year rather than in the summer as it did in 2018.
In 24 Hours to Hell and Back, renowned British chef Gordon Ramsay travels to struggling restaurants across America in a state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center. With each establishment on the brink of shuttering, Ramsay is given 24 hours to address its many issues and revive it. During this limited window of time, Ramsay and his team work to transform the restaurant with renovations, a new menu, and a better outlook for the future.
Look for Season 3 of 24 Hours to Hell and Back during the 2019-2020 season.