Moments after news broke that Bravo has renewed “Top Chef,” word surfaced of the renewal of another food-oriented program. Fox announced today that the Gordon Ramsey show "Kitchen Nightmares" will be back for a fifth season, reports Deadline.com.
Fox ordered a 16-episode season of the program, in which Ramsey finds failing and flawed restaurants and spends time with the principals to fix the mess.
In a statement, Ramsey said: “It’s great to be back for a fifth season … who knew there were that many nightmares to be had?!”
In the previous four seasons, the British chef and master restaurateur has visited — and rehabilitated — establishments in 54 cities. ITV Studios America and Optomen in association with A. Smith & Company creates the show, with Ramsey, Arthur Smith, Kent Weed and Patricia Llewellyn as executive producers.