On January 7, 2021, Fox premiered the nineteenth season of the American competitive reality television series Hell’s Kitchen (officially known as Hell’s Kitchen: Las Vegas). Gordon Ramsay is back as host and executive chef. There are 18 new contestants this season. For the first time, the season’s winner will be hired as a head chef at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant in Lake Tahoe.
In Hell’s Kitchen, a reality television series hosted by world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, aspiring young chefs are put to the ultimate test. Each of these chefs aspires to fame and wealth, but many of their fantasies quickly transform into nightmares. Chef Ramsay expects perfection, and the challenges are more difficult than the contestants might imagine.
They are split into two teams and must compete in the kitchen to provide their best results. If they succeed, they will be lavishly rewarded with everything from luxurious vacations to a cruise on Ramsay’s private yacht. Those that do not excel are subjected to humiliating punishment.
At the end of each episode, the chef on the losing team who, in Ramsay’s view, gave the best performance is chosen to pick two chefs from their own team to be eliminated. They must then explain why they choose that particular option. Despite the fact that one of these two chefs could be eliminated, Ramsay is under no obligation to choose between them, and he has complete control over who is sent home.
The contestants are put to the test in every way possible, from organizational skills to culinary skills, from Waffle House chefs to executive chefs. Traditional challenges include a palate exam for all and special occasions including birthdays and weddings. Chefs, on the other hand, must always be on their toes because they never know when they will be surprised.
Kori Sutton is a Hell’s Kitchen contestant who will feature in Season 19 of the show. She was declared the season’s winner and was given the title of head chef at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Lake Tahoe.
Hell’s Kitchen’s first season is now available on DVD in stores throughout the United States. The DVD is described as “raw and uncensored,” with extras including cast and crew interviews and a tour of the Hell’s Kitchen set. If you like Hell’s Kitchen, you might like Kitchen Nightmares, as well as Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, all of which are available on BBC America in the United States.