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Hell's Kitchen (British TV series)

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Hell's Kitchen
Hells Kitchen UK 2009 Logo.jpg
GenreCookery
Reality
Created byGordon Ramsay
Presented byAngus Deayton (series 1–3)
Claudia Winkleman (series 4)
StarringGordon Ramsay (series 1)
Gary Rhodes (series 2)
Jean-Christophe Novelli (series 2)
Marco Pierre White (series 3–4)
Country of originUnited Kingdom
Original languageEnglish
No. of series4
Production
ProducerITV Studios
Running time30–90 mins (inc. adverts)
Release
Original networkITV, STV, UTV
Picture format16:9
Original release23 May 2004 (2004-05-23) –
27 April 2009 (2009-04-27)
Chronology
Related showsHell's Kitchen (American TV series)

Hell's Kitchen is a British cookery reality show, aired on ITV, which featured prospective chefs competing with each other for a final prize. Four series aired between 2004 and 2009, three presented by Angus Deayton and the fourth and final series presented by Claudia Winkleman.

Cast

The show had different formats and different head chefs for each of the first three series. The original chef Gordon Ramsay subsequently signed an exclusive United Kingdom contract with Channel 4, ruling out any possibility of him appearing on future episodes of the ITV-produced show.[1]

Series Head chefs Presenter
1 Gordon Ramsay Angus Deayton
2 Gary Rhodes and Jean-Christophe Novelli
3 Marco Pierre White
4 Claudia Winkleman

Series overview

Series 1 (2004)

Series 1 of Hell's Kitchen in the UK was broadcast from 23 May – 6 June 2004, airing live nightly for two weeks.

The premise was head chef Gordon Ramsay teaching ten celebrities how to cook. The celebrities were placed in a specially constructed London restaurant-kitchen with the task of catering for a clientele of famous people. Eliminations were determined by a series of public votes (in the style of Big Brother). One notorious moment saw Amanda Barrie repeatedly trying to strike Ramsay when she became irate.

Jennifer Ellison was declared the winner. A follow-up programme was made afterwards called Hell's Kitchen: School Reunion, which saw Ellison and the show runner-up, James Dreyfus, team up to organise a healthy dinner service for the children at Ramsay's former school, Stratford Upon Avon High School.

The celebrities who took part were:

No. Celebrity Known for Original Team Second Team Exit
1 Jennifer Ellison Actress, singer & former glamour model Blue Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9-Final) Winner
2 James Dreyfus Actor Blue Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9-Final) Runner-up
3 Matt Goss Musician Blue Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9-Final) Eliminated Day 15
4 Edwina Currie Former politician Blue Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9-13) Eliminated Day 14
5 Al Murray Comedian, actor & musician Red Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9-12) Eliminated Day 11
6 Abi Titmuss Television personality Red Team (Day 1-8) White Team (Day 9) Eliminated Day 9
7 Belinda Carlisle Musician Red Team (Day 1-8) - Eliminated Day 8
8 Amanda Barrie Former Coronation Street actress Red Team (Day 1-8) - Quit Day 8
9 Tommy Vance Radio broadcaster Red Team (Day 2-5) - Quit Day 5
10 Dwain Chambers Retired track sprinter Blue Team (Day 1-4) - Quit Day 4
11 Roger Cook Retired journalist Red Team (Day 1) - Quit Day 1 (Injury)

Series 2 (2005)

Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay

Series 2 of Hell's Kitchen in the UK was broadcast from 18 April – 2 May 2005.

The format was overhauled as the show was turned into a competition between two kitchens run by "celebrity chefs" Gary Rhodes and Jean-Christophe Novelli. The second series featured ten members of the public competing for a prize of £250,000, with which the winner could start his or her own restaurant. They were split into two teams of six, one red (tutored by Gary Rhodes) and the other blue (led by Jean-Christophe Novelli). A new and much larger restaurant was built to accommodate the fact that there were now two kitchens.

The only things that remained the same in the second series were the music, by composer Daniel Pemberton, and the presenter, who was still Angus Deayton. Elimination was still down to voting.

The series was won by Terry Miller.

The contestants who took part were:

  • Blue Team (Head chef Jean-Christophe Novelli)
    • Henry Filloux-Bennett
    • Aby King
    • Rory O'Donnell
    • Gary Tomlin
    • Kellie Cresswell
    • Stien Smart
  • Red Team (Head chef Gary Rhodes)
    • Terry Miller
    • Simon Gross
    • Aaron Siwoku
    • Tom Paisley
    • Caroline Garvey
    • Sam Raplin

Series 3 (2007)

Series 3 was due to begin in mid-2006, with Jean-Christophe Novelli as the sole head chef; however, ITV made the decision to take a break from producing Hell's Kitchen. The network then announced in February 2007 that it had commissioned a new series of the show, to begin in late 2007.

The new series began on 3 September 2007 at 9:00 pm. Michelin starred Marco Pierre White was the new head chef. White had two sous chefs, Matthew and Timothy. The series reverted to the original format of having celebrities as contestants.

The series ended on 17 September 2007, with Barry McGuigan crowned winner.

The contestants who took part were:

No. Celebrity Known for Original Team Second Team Third Team Exit
1 Barry McGuigan Retired professional boxer Blue Team (Day 1-14) Red Team (Day 14-16) Blue Team (Day 16-Final) Winner
2 Adele Silva Former Emmerdale actress Red Team (Day 1-14) Blue Team (Day 14-16) Red Team (Day 16-Final) Runner-up
3 Brian Dowling Television presenter Blue Team (Day 1-8) Red Team (Day 8-15) - Eliminated Day 15
4 Paul Young Musician Blue Team (Day 1-14) Red Team (Day 14-15) - Eliminated Day 15
5 Anneka Rice Television presenter Red Team (Day 1-8) Blue Team (Day 8-13) Red Team (Day 13) Eliminated Day 13
6 Abbey Clancy Television personality Red Team (Day 1-7) Blue Team (Day 7-12) - Eliminated Day 12
7 Jim Davidson Stand-up comedian Blue Team (Day 1-8) Red Team (Day 8-10) - Disqualified Day 10
8 Kelly LeBrock Actress & model Red Team (Day 1-8) Blue Team (Day 8-9) - Eliminated Day 9
9 Rosie Boycott Retired journalist Red Team (Day 1-6) - - Eliminated Day 6
10 Lee Ryan Former Blue singer & actor Blue Team (Day 1-3) - - Walked Day 3

Series 4 (2009)

Series 4 began on 13 April 2009.[2] Marco Pierre White returns as Head Chef/teacher. Claudia Winkleman took over as host, replacing Angus Deayton.[3] Nick Munier returned as Maitre d', as did Sous Chefs Matthew and Timothy. This series there was one kitchen with grey and dark red tiles. The first four sackings were Marco's responsibility, while the other four sackings were down to a public vote (the person with the lowest number of votes left Hell's Kitchen).

Linda Evans won from public voting on 27 April 2009.

The celebrities who took part were:

No. Celebrity Known for Status
1 Linda Evans Dynasty actress (1981-89) Winner Day 15
2 Ade Edmondson Comedian, actor & musician Runner-up Day 15
3 Danielle Lineker (née Bux) Actress, model & ex-wife of Gary Lineker Eliminated Day 13
4 Niomi McLean-Daley (aka Ms. Dynamite) Recording artist Eliminated Day 12
5 Anthea Turner Television presenter Eliminated Day 11
6 Bruce Grobbelaar Former football goalkeeper Quit Day 10
7 Grant Bovey Ex-husband of Anthea Turner Eliminated Day 9
8 Jody Latham Shameless actor Eliminated Day 7

International versions

Most countries adapt to the American version, airing pre recorded weekly instead of airing live daily, no presenter and just a voiceover, a challenge with the winner earning a reward and the loser doing a punishment, the customers being mostly from the public instead of celebrities with their loved ones and eliminations made by the head chef and not through viewer voting. In the Australian version, it follows English version, where the contestants are celebrities with no professional culinary backgrounds, many may also be complete novices in cooking in general.

  Currently airing franchise
  Franchise no longer in production
Country Title Broadcaster Head Chef Sous Chefs Maître Original run
 Albania Hell's Kitchen Albania Top Channel Renato Mekolli Bleri Dervshi (1)
Eri Muhaj (1)
Ani Alku (2)
Albana Dulellari (2)
Francesko Tuku (3)
Visara Pirra (3)
Visi (1)
Juljan Mata (2)
Season 1: 19 October 2018 – 4 January 2019
Season 2: 11 October 2019 – 10 January 2020
Season 3: 2 October 2020 – 2 January 2021
 Australia Hell's Kitchen Australia Seven Network Marco Pierre White Chris
Andy
Glen Season 1: 6 August 2017 – 5 September 2017
 Brazil Hell's Kitchen - Cozinha Sob Pressão SBT Carlos Bertolazzi (1-3)
Danielle Dahoui (4)
Alex Caputo (1-2)
Zi Saldanha (3-4)
Gilda Maria Bley (3-4)
Dídio Perini (1) Season 1: 11 October 2014 – 10 January 2015
Season 2: 25 April 2015 - 18 July 2015
Season 3: 31 October 2015 - 30 January 2016
Season 4: 3 September 2016 – 17 December 2016
 Bulgaria Hell's Kitchen България NOVA TV Viktor Angelov Milena Dimova
Lyuben Koychev
Season 1: 27 February 2018 – 24 May 2018
Season 2: 26 February 2019 – 30 May 2019
Season 3: 25 February 2020 – 21 May 2020
 Denmark Helvedes Køkken
(season 1)
Hell’s Kitchen Danmark
(seasons 2–present)
TV 2
(season 1)
TV3
(seasons 2–present)
Viaplay
(seasons 2–present)
Wassim Hallal
(season 1)
Jakob Mielcke
(seasons 2–present)
16 March 2010 - 26 May 2010
26 August 2020 – present
 Finland Hell's Kitchen MTV3 Sauli Kemppainen Kira Weckman
Tero Laukkanen
Nina Koiranen Season 1: 20 September 2013 - 13 December 2013
 France Hell's Kitchen NT1 Arnaud Tabarec Season 1: January 2016
 Germany Teufels Küche RTL Christian Rach Miguel Season 1: 8 April 2005 - 21 April 2005
Hell's Kitchen Sat. 1 Frank Rosin Michael[4] Gerhard Retter[5] Season 1: 7 May 2014 - 11 June 2014
 Greece Hell's Kitchen Greece ANT1 Ectoras Bottrini Nikos Mpilli
Konstantina Diboli
Season 1: 5 March 2018 - 24 June 2018
 Indonesia Hell's Kitchen Indonesia SCTV Juna Rorimpandey Rano Abryanto
Winnie Kusumawardani
Andrie Khusyi Season 1: 3 January 2015 - 8 August 2015
 Italy Hell's Kitchen Italia Sky Uno
TV8
Carlo Cracco Entiana Osmenzeza (1)
Omar Allievi (1)
Marion Lichtle (2)
Misha Sukyas (2)
Sybil Carbone (3-5)
Mirko Ronzoni (3-5)
Luca Cinacchi Season 1: 17 April 2014 - 5 June 2014
Season 2: 21 May 2015 - 9 July 2015
Season 3: 4 October 2016 – 22 November 2016
Season 4: 3 October 2017 - 21 November 2018
Season 5: 6 November 2018 - 21 December 2018
 Lithuania Pragaro Virtuvė BTV Liutauras Čeprackas Season 1: 2012
 Poland Hell's Kitchen - Piekielna Kuchnia Polsat Wojciech Modest Amaro (1-5)
Michał Bryś (6)
Piotr Ślusarz (1-2)
Dariusz Kuźniak (1-2)
Piotr Ogiński (3)
Paulina Sawicka (3)
Sebastian Olma (4-5)
Marcin Przybysz (4-5)
Łukasz Budzik (6)
Marcin Piotrowski (6)
Paweł Gruba Season 1: 8 April 2014 - 10 June 2014
Season 2: 9 September 2014 - 18 November 2014
Season 3: 10 March 2015 - 12 May 2015
Season 4: 8 September 2015 - 10 November 2015
Season 5: 1 March 2016 - 3 May 2016
Season 6: 6 September 2016 - 22 November 2016
 Portugal Hell's Kitchen Portugal SIC Ljubomir Stanisic 2021
 Romania Hell's Kitchen - Iadul Bucatarilor Antena 1 Sorin Bontea, Florin Dumitrescu, Catalin Scarlatescu Mimi Nicolae
Alex Petricean "D'Artagnan"
Virgil Mănescu Season 1: 22 September 2014 - 22 December 2014
Season 2: 9 March 2015 - 4 May 2015
 Russia Адская Кухня
Hell's Kitchen
REN TV
Aram Mnatsakanov (1-2)
Vladimir Yaroslavsky (1-2)
Jerome Laurier (1-2)
Yana Pershina (3)
Ilya Zakharov (3)
Olga Medvedeva (4)
Vladimir Bektemirov (4)
Elena Savchuk (5)
Kirill Berger (5)
Andrey Sulima (5)
Season 1: February 9 - May 31, 2012
Season 2: January 17 - April 25, 2013
Season 3: September 20 - December 27, 2017
Season 4: August 22 - December 12, 2018
Season 5: August 21 - December 18, 2019
Season 6: August 19 - December 23, 2020
Season 6: 2021
Friday! Konstantin Ivlev Yana Pershina (1)
Ilya Zakharov (2)
Olga Medvedeva (3)
Vladimir Bektemirov (3)
Elena Savchuk (4)
Kirill Berger (4)
Andrey Sulima (4)
Season 1: September 20 - December 27, 2017
Season 2: August 22 - December 12, 2018
Season 3: August 21 - December 18, 2019
Season 4 August 19 - December 23, 2020
Season 5: 2021
 Ukraine Пекельна Кухня 1+1 Aram Mnatsakanov Vladimir Yaroslavsky
Jerome Laurier
Season 1: 13 April 2011 – 20 July 2011
Season 2: 11 January 2012 - 11 March 2012
Season 3: 4 April 2013 - 12 July 2013
Novy Kanal Alexander Yakutov Season 1: 2021
 Turkey Hell's Kitchen Türkiye Kanal D Hazer Amani TBA
 United States Hell's Kitchen Fox Gordon Ramsay Scott Leibfried (1-10)
James Avery (11-14)
Aaron Mitrano (15–16)
Jocky Petrie (17-18)
Mary Ann Salcedo (1-3)
Gloria Felix (4-5)
Heather West (6)
Andi Van Willigan (7-14, 16)
Christina Wilson (15, 17-18)
Jean-Philippe Susilovic (1-7, 11, 12)
James Lukanik (8-10)
Marino Monferrato (13-)
Season 1: 30 May 2005 – 1 August 2005
Season 2: 12 June 2006 – 14 August 2006
Season 3: 4 June 2007 – 13 August 2007
Season 4: 1 April 2008 – 8 July 2008
Season 5: 29 January 2009 – 14 May 2009
Season 6: 21 July 2009 – 13 October 2009
Season 7: 1 June 2010 – 10 August 2010
Season 8: 22 September 2010 – 15 December 2010
Season 9: 18 July 2011 - 19 September 2011
Season 10: 4 June 2012 - 10 September 2012
Season 11: 12 March 2013 – 25 July 2013
Season 12: 13 March 2014 – 24 July 2014
Season 13: 10 September 2014 – 17 December 2014
Season 14: 3 March 2015 – 9 June 2015
Season 15: 15 January 2016 – 29 April 2016
Season 16: 23 September 2016 – 2 February 2017
Season 17: 29 September 2017 – 2 February 2018
Season 18: 28 September 2018 - 8 February 2019
Season 19: 7 January 2021 - 2021

References

  1. ^ "Chef Ramsay in new Channel 4 deal". BBC News. 8 June 2006.
  2. ^ "TV listings guide". Radio Times.
  3. ^ "Drama & Soaps - Categories". ITV Hub.
  4. ^ "Hell's Kitchen - Der Hell's Kitchen Chef: Frank Rosin". sat1.de. 3 April 2014.
  5. ^ SAT.1 (13 May 2014). "Funfact: Euch kommt #HellsKitchen-Restaurantleiter Gerhard Retter bekannt vor? Vielleicht deswegen: http://bit.ly/RCyWXy". External link in |title= (help)

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