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Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back

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Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back logo.jpeg
GenreReality television
StarringGordon Ramsay
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes18
Executive producer(s)
  • Gordon Ramsay
  • Michael Van Briesen
  • Chris Brodgen
  • Layla Smith
  • Greg Lipstone
  • Tim Warren
Production company(s)Studio Ramsay
All3Media America
Original networkFox
Original releaseJune 13, 2018 (2018-06-13) –
present (present)
External links

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back is an American reality television program which premiered on Fox on June 13, 2018.

Starring chef Gordon Ramsay, the show features his travels across the United States, visiting failing restaurants in his 70-foot-long "Hell On Wheels" semi-truck that unfolds into a high-tech mobile kitchen, where the chefs are retrained. At first, a team is sent in to secretly survey the restaurant, with Ramsay eventually going undercover inside. He then tries to address the issues and revive each restaurant by retraining staff and refreshing the menu, culminating in a relaunch of the restaurant with a grand re-opening to the public after extensive renovations—all in just 24 hours. The format is similar to those of other programs such as Hotel Hell, Kitchen Nightmares, and Restaurant: Impossible.[1][2][3]

On June 27, 2018, Fox renewed Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back for a second season, which premiered on January 2, 2019.[4][5] The show was later renewed for a third season on July 26, 2019.[6]

Series overview

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
18June 13, 2018 (2018-06-13)August 15, 2018 (2018-08-15)
210January 2, 2019 (2019-01-02)[5]March 6, 2019 (2019-03-06)


Season 1 (2018)

No. in
Title [7][8]CityOriginal air date [7][8]Prod.
code [7]
U.S. viewers
11"Bella Gianna's"Congers, New YorkJune 13, 2018 (2018-06-13)HRS–1013.67[9]
Gordon Ramsay travels to Congers, New York, to attempt to save a family-run Italian bistro.
22"The Old Coffeepot Restaurant"New Orleans, LouisianaJune 20, 2018 (2018-06-20)HRS–1023.47[10]
Gordon is in New Orleans, Louisiana, saving The Old Coffee Pot restaurant, a century-old breakfast spot in the heart of the French Quarter.
33"Brownstone Bistro"Los Angeles, CaliforniaJune 27, 2018 (2018-06-27)HRS–1033.52[11]
Gordon travels to the heart of Los Angeles, California, in an attempt to save The Brownstone Bistro, an authentic Caribbean Fusion restaurant. This is the first episode featuring Christina Wilson, winner of Season 10 of US Hell's Kitchen amongst the kitchen staff training crew.
44"Sherman's Restaurant"Greenville, MississippiJuly 11, 2018 (2018-07-11)HRS–1043.13[12]
Gordon is in Greenville, Mississippi, to save Sherman's, a family-owned fine dining restaurant which has been on the decline ever since inheriting an aging head chef from the previous owner.
55"La Serenata"Los Angeles, CaliforniaJuly 18, 2018 (2018-07-18)HRS–1053.23[13]
Gordon is in Los Angeles, in an attempt to save La Serenata, a family-owned authentic Mexican restaurant in a downward spiral due to a power struggle between mother and son. Three months after the renovation, this is the first restaurant where the owner reverted to the old habits, and drove staff away.
66"Fetch Bistro"Wichita, KansasJuly 25, 2018 (2018-07-25)HRS–1063.17[14]
Gordon travels to Wichita, Kansas, in an attempt to save Fetch Bistro, the first dog-friendly restaurant in the state that is a health hazard due to lack of systems and procedures.
77"Patrick Molloy's"Hermosa Beach, CaliforniaAugust 8, 2018 (2018-08-08)HRS–1073.02[15]
Gordon travels to Hermosa Beach, California, to attempt to save Patrick Molloy's, a family-owned Irish pub where the only thing worse than the food is the owners themselves. This is the first restaurant where the makeover was halted 4:24:35 before relaunch due to the stepfather and son still having trust issues. The episode features food blogger Elie Ayrouth and food journalist Victoire Loup.
88"Sandra Dee's Bar-B-Que & Seafood"Sacramento, CaliforniaAugust 15, 2018 (2018-08-15)HRS–1083.17[16]
Gordon is in Sacramento, California, where he is about to encounter his biggest challenge yet, in trying to save Sandra Dee's BBQ and Seafood restaurant and her family. Three months after the renovation, this is the second restaurant that failed, as Sandra Dee reverted to the old menu, and never contacted Gordon for the update.

Season 2 (2019)

No. in
Title [7][17]CityOriginal air date [7][17]Prod.
code [7]
U.S. viewers
91"The Trolley Stop Café"New Orleans, LouisianaJanuary 2, 2019 (2019-01-02)HRS-2014.12[18]
Gordon returns to New Orleans, this time saving The Trolley Stop Café (est. 1995), where the business started declining the moment the grandson decided to leave the energy business, and purchased the place from his grandfather, even before this MBA graduate became infamous for his hands-off management style, which leads to staff absenteeism, both in attendance, and attention to detail, yet staff members, even his own brother-in-law, are too afraid to confront him.
This episode features fellow MasterChef judge Aarón Sanchez as an extra expeditor pre-relaunch, who lives just two blocks away, and former New Orleans Saints cornerback Tracy Porter.
102"Shanty on 19th"Allentown, PennsylvaniaJanuary 9, 2019 (2019-01-09)HRS-2023.47[19]
Gordon travels to the theatre district of Allentown, Pennsylvania to save Shanty on 19th, formerly a fine-dining bar and bistro. However, it has failed when new owner Joe, from a sports bar background, meant their inability to let executive chef to replicate the old menu using low-quality ingredients. It is exacerbated by Joe's father's negative feedbacks, which also drove Joe's marriage and business, as well as everybody's health to the brink.
113"Vasi's Restaurant and Bar"Waterbury, ConnecticutJanuary 16, 2019 (2019-01-16)HRS-2033.39[20]
Gordon travels to Waterbury, Connecticut to save Vasi's Restaurant and Bar, an Italian restaurant, where he has to confront Vasi, an owner that sucked his mother's savings, and staffs' patience, especially Val, the head chef, dry.
124"Catfish Cabin"Memphis, TennesseeJanuary 23, 2019 (2019-01-23)HRS-2043.58[21]
Gordon travels to Memphis, Tennessee to save Catfish Cabin (est. 1971), a Southern restaurant that, despite its lack of competition, and prime position near the airport, need a major revamp after nearly a decade of neglect and fragmented management, and an owner backing the wrong person to hand over before his pending retirement. This resulted in pest infestation and hazardous food safety violations.
135"Stone's Throw"Seymour, ConnecticutJanuary 30, 2019 (2019-01-30)HRS-2054.19[22]
Gordon travels to Seymour, Connecticut, to save Stone's Throw, whose manager, a survivor of breast and thyroid cancers, is working herself to exhaustion. Her husband owns the restaurant and is the head chef. Despite the owner’s 30 years of culinary experience and a history of thriving, even award-winning, restaurants, Stone’s Throw has struggled. Before the episode, three members of Ramsay’s crew suffered food poisoning at the restaurant.
146"Bayou on the Vine"Kansas City, MissouriFebruary 6, 2019 (2019-02-06)HRS-2063.77[23]
Gordon travels to Kansas City, Missouri to save Bayou on the Vine (est. 2017) and to confront the owner that refuses to fire his three daughters for disrespecting the parents, both as superiors and parents, and nobody having restaurant experience, except for the youngest daughter - executive chef, Sharekka, who graduated from culinary school. She also has the most combative demeanor.
This restaurant is the first ever to be renamed due to its location near the American Jazz Museum and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. It was renamed Gadson's, named after respected musician, James Gadson, who is the paternal uncle of the owner, and was featured at the relaunch.
157"Boardwalk 11"Los Angeles, CaliforniaFebruary 13, 2019 (2019-02-13)HRS-2073.31[24]
Gordon Ramsay returns to Los Angeles to rescue Boardwalk 11, a karaoke bar, where he confronts and owner with "30 years of inexperience", and features his first ever hostile takeover, and forced the owner out of the store, and ceding operative control to the two Kat's, the head chef and bar manager, while the bar is transformed into a gastropub and disco lounge. This was the third restaurant in the show to undo the changes made by Gordon Ramsay.
168"Los Toros Mexican Restaurant"Chatsworth, Los Angeles, CaliforniaFebruary 20, 2019 (2019-02-20)HRS-2083.53[25]
Gordon Ramsay travels to Chatsworth, a township inside San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, to rescue Los Toros, a family-owned Mexican restaurant (est. 1967), where the second-generation chef and owner is seriously in debt ($450,000) after his father passed away, and having to take honorable leave of absence from serving the US Army, and is now suffering from hypertension and myopia from pre-diabetes due to overworking, and his daughter and son not being mentally ready or have enough culinary knowledge to step up and take over. Yet, upon further interviews, Nick Sr. left for military to remove himself from the business, the same way that his children are trying to do to him. It was also discovered that line cooks have no basic knife skills due to them relying heavily on box cutters.
This is the first time that a member of staff blew Ramsay's cover before the food was delivered, hence the father stopped service while overhearing Ramsay and friends' comments.
179"Social"Costa Mesa, CaliforniaMarch 6, 2019 (2019-03-06)HRS-2102.66[26]

Gordon Ramsay travels to Costa Mesa, an affluent region in Orange County to rescue Social, a modern bar and bistro that despite its tidy decor (est. 2015), has a very dysfunctional group of staff after a highly successful first year, partly due to new competition nearby. From a power struggle of two executive chefs, one of which is returning on his second stint after taking personal leave, citing burnout, while other cooks not following the current, overbearing executive chef's directions.

This episode features a Gordon Ramsay impersonator as a decoy, while the real Gordon Ramsay is in disguise, exposing serious preferential treatment.
This episode features Pamela Waitt, President of the OC Restaurant Association as an expert food critic.
This episode serves as the final episode in overseas broadcasts.
1810"M'Dears Bakery & Bistro"Los Angeles, CaliforniaMarch 6, 2019 (2019-03-06)HRS-2092.66[26]
Gordon Ramsay returns to Los Angeles, this time passing through Los Angeles Stadium at Hollywood Park, and rescuing M'Dears Bakery and Bistro, a Californian twist of Southern-style cuisine (est. 2002), and one of the most complicated and fragmented family he has ever seen. Despite giving the daughters their first jobs, the stress of the business has fractured the relationship between the Armenian owner and her two African-American daughters, with the owner not being able to retire due to her being disowned by her parents and sisters as she married outside of her race and nationality, leaving her ineligible for any inheritance. However, Carrie, the owner, also had a very elitist attitude and is resistant to change, though her concerns are somewhat warranted due to practicality issues because of her short stature. Her relationship with her eldest daughter, Tiffany, is also the most broken and fractured.
This is the first time where, due to the small dining area, Ramsay, disguised as a cameraman, has taken food outside to eat with the show's cameraman.
It is also revealed that Mary, who is the head of the culinary operations, is also Armenian.
This episode features celebrity chef Jet Tila and his wife, Ali.


Season 1

No. Title Air date Rating/share
1 "Bella Gianna's" June 13, 2018 1.1/5 3.67[9]
2 "The Old Coffeepot Restaurant" June 20, 2018 1.0/4 3.47[10]
3 "Brownstone Bistro" June 27, 2018 1.1/5 3.52[11]
4 "Sherman's Restaurant" July 11, 2018 0.9/5 3.13[12]
5 "La Serenata" July 18, 2018 1.0/5 3.23[13]
6 "Fetch Bistro" July 25, 2018 0.9/5 3.17[14]
7 "Patrick Molloy's" August 8, 2018 0.9/5 3.02[15]
8 "Sandra Dee's Bar-B-Que & Seafood" August 15, 2018 1.0/4 3.17[16]

Season 2

No. Title Air date Rating/share
1 "The Trolley Shop Café" January 2, 2019 1.2/5 4.12[18]
2 "Shanty on 19th" January 9, 2019 1.1/5 3.47[19]
3 "Vasi's Restaurant and Bar" January 16, 2019 1.0/5 3.39[20]
4 "Catfish Cabin" January 23, 2019 1.1/5 3.58[21]
5 "Stone’s Throw" January 30, 2019 1.2/5 4.19[22]
6 "Bayou on the Vine" February 6, 2019 1.1/5 3.77[23]
7 "Boardwalk 11" February 13, 2019 1.0/5 3.31[24]
8 "Los Toros Mexican Restaurant" February 20, 2019 1.1/5 3.53[25]
9 "Social" March 6, 2019 0.8/4 2.66[26]
10 "M'Dears Bakery & Bistro" March 6, 2019 0.8/4 2.66[26]


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