Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares To Return After 10 Year Hiatus

There's big news for fans of mercurial chef Gordon Ramsay. "Kitchen Nightmares," the show in which Ramsay helps struggling restaurateurs revamp their businesses, will be returning to the air 10 years after it stopped production. According to People, a premiere date hasn't been announced, but we do know that the return of the infamous series will feature a full schedule of Ramsay's less-than-gentle approach to making over restaurants.

The celebrity chef's current lineup of shows airing on Fox includes "MasterChef," "Hell's Kitchen," and "Next Level Chef." All of which contain Ramsay's scathing, often profane critique of sub-par performance in the kitchen. Fans love his classic insults like, "This fish is so raw, he's still finding Nemo" and "You put so much ginger in this, it's a Weasley." Although Ramsay can be biting, his vast empire of restaurants and his culinary prowess make him a tough but capable coach for restaurant owners looking to turn their businesses around.

What we can expect from his new series

Though Ramsay may have canned "Kitchen Nightmares" 10 years ago, the show's YouTube channel still has 6.47 million subscribers, a testament to the show's enduring appeal. While at present, fans of the series must be content to revisit their favorite episodes, rants, and profanity-laced tirades, when the new season arrives, viewers old and new will see him take on failing restaurants and work to help spruce up their menus, decor, and service.

Running a successful restaurant isn't easy, even if you do have input and advice from a stellar chef like Ramsay, and as it turns out, most of the restaurants the award-winning chef featured in his previous seasons of "Kitchen Nightmares" have eventually closed. Though Entrepreneur doesn't blame Ramsay for this, but rather the lack of business acumen among the owners of struggling restaurants. It will be interesting to see if the culinary legend changes his approach, leavening his razor-sharp culinary critiques with practical business-oriented advice that will help keep Ramsay's new crop of failing restaurants open well beyond the episode's air date.