World renowned chef Gordon Ramsay puts 12 aspiring young chefs through rigorous and devastating challenges at his restaurant in Hollywood, "Hell's Kitchen", to determine which of them will win the restaurant of their dreams.
The chefs take on a new type of challenge when the restaurant is closed for chef Ramsay's daughter's 21st birthday party; one team rises to the occasion, while the other serves up its biggest disappointment thus far.
Fox announced today that Hell's Kitchen has scored another two-season pickup - for Seasons 19 and 20. The competitive culinary series, which finished airing its 18th season earlier this month, remains a reliable performer for the network.
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. Today's two-season renewal will see the series surpass the 300-episode milestone.