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Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back

FOX 2018

Gordon Ramsay drives to struggling restaurants across the country in his state-of-the-art mobile kitchen and command center, Hell On Wheels, and tries to bring them back from the brink of disaster โ€“ all in just 24 hours.

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The 10 Best Episodes of Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S2E2

#1 - Shanty on 19th


Season 2 - Episode 2

Ramsay and his team work to revamp Shanty on 19th, an Allentown, Pa., restaurant that is suffering the consequences of feuds between the owner and staff.

The episode was rated from 142 votes.

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S2E4

#2 - Catfish Cabin


Season 2 - Episode 4

Ramsay and his team try to revamp Catfish Cabin, a traditional Southern-style restaurant in Memphis, Tenn.

The episode was rated from 140 votes.

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S1E1

#3 - Bella Giannaโ€™s


Season 1 - Episode 1

Ramsay and his team attempt to transform Bella Giannaโ€™s, a family-owned Italian restaurant in Congers, N.Y.

The episode was rated from 221 votes.

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S1E3

#4 - Brownstone Bistro


Season 1 - Episode 3

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell on Wheels" travels to The Brownstone Bistro, a Cajun fusion restaurant located in Los Angeles, CA. After intense investigation and surveillance, Ramsay discovers how vital it is for the Bistro's staff to come together as a team in order to keep the restaurant afloat. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster โ€“ all in just 24 hours. Watch, as the clock ticks down and Ramsay and his team transform this restaurant with a spectacular renovation, a fresh new menu and hope for the future.

The episode was rated from 177 votes.

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S2E8

#5 - Los Toros Mexican Restaurant


Season 2 - Episode 8

Ramsay and his team attempt to revamp Los Toros, a decades-old Mexican restaurant located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles; they discover an overworked owner who is buried in astronomical debt and battling health problems.

The episode was rated from 117 votes.

Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S1E4
#6 - Sherman's Restaurant
Season 1 - Episode 4

Gordon Ramsay visits Sherman's Restaurant in Greenville, Miss., where he and the team find that the 30-year-old restaurant needs a new menu and new decor.

The episode was rated from 175 votes.
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S2E6
#7 - Bayou on the Vine
Season 2 - Episode 6

Ramsay and his team discover that the family dynamic is creating a challenging work environment at Bayou on the Vine, a family-owned-and-operated Cajun restaurant in Kansas City, Mo.

The episode was rated from 119 votes.
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S1E6
#8 - Fetch Bistro
Season 1 - Episode 6

Gordon Ramsay travels to Fetch Bistro, a restaurant designed to serve both people and dogs in Wichita, KS, where he and his team discover that the restaurant itself could use some major clean-up.

The episode was rated from 145 votes.
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S3E6
#9 - Southern Kitchen
Season 3 - Episode 6

Gordon and the team revamp a traditional Southern food restaurant located in Richmond, Va.

The episode was rated from 93 votes.
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell & Back - S1E2
#10 - The Old Coffeepot Restaurant
Season 1 - Episode 2

Gordon and his team make renovations and create a fresh new menu for a failing Cajun restaurant in New Orleans in an attempt to revive it.

The episode was rated from 200 votes.

Last updated: jan 01, 2021



KITCHEN NIGHTMARES IS BACK and on steroids. I'm in.


I was uncertain about another Gordon's He'll show, but if this is staged or not it's really good entertainment.


Season 2 / Episode 1 Synopsis: Gordon Ramsay wiping the cocky smirk off of lazy, smart azz. no nothing chef's is always worth the price of admission. Making them all eat the moldy rotten cheese sauce they had just served him......PRICELESS! - - - - - Gordon Ramsay has taken his week long "Kitchen Nightmares" concept and condensed in down into on 24 hour make it or call it a wrap boot camp. He pretty much HAD to, because he was getting burned out helping struggling restaurant's revamp, only to have them revert back to their prior idiocy, and still have to close the doors, except that their place was worth a lot more now when they had to shutter the doors and sell it. Now, he covertly scopes the miscreant establishments while in disguise, usually with a group, to prevent detection, while hidden cameras have been watching the behind the scenes goings on for weeks. When the inevitable dumpster fire occurs, he excuses himself, strips off the disguise, and returns with his usual "everybody drop your forks" aplomb, picks up everyone's checks, then, escorts the customers and staff out to his custom 18 wheeler "Hell on Wheels" mobile kitchen, replete with a "jumbotron" monitor, where he then proceeds to show EVERYONE just how lucky they are that they haven't gotten salmonella, ecol i, Montezuma's revenge , or some other food born pathogen. After inviting the customers to return, he informs the restaurant staff they need to cancel all plans because they ain't going home and are spending the next 24 hours turning their crap-show into a viable eatery that won't only NOT kill people, but might possibly make them want to return, thus insuring their future lively hoods. Surprisingly, there are often those who vehemently resist such silly notions. This episode, we had the usual finger pointing as to who was to blame for their failures. And in this case it was the absentee owner, who, had bought the business from his Grandfather, who had set him up for failure by telling him all he had to do was stay at home and count the $$ he would be raking in, when in fact Junior, though having an MBA, had never worked in a restaurant, nor had any clue as to what it took to run one. HIM I can forgive, he was simply ignorant and naive. Chef smirky on the other hand, while eager to point out everyone else's weaknesses, needed to be like Mike,... Jackson that is, and take a look at "the man in the mirror". It has been said that character is "doing the right thing, when NO ONE is looking". A person with good character doesn't need someone standing over them to make sure they do the job they were hired to do. One does it out of a sense of personal pride. They don't slack off because "everyone else is", but raise the bar for those around them. This ENTIRE crew had just called it a wrap, and were there for the paycheck. Reality came crashing down around them when Gordon very LOUDLY pointed out the YEARS of filth, rotten spoiled food, grease and grime encrusted appliances, clogged waste drains, flies, rat poop, and all the other restaurant sins that Chef smirky, as a self proclaimed Gordon Ramsay fan would KNOW needed to be corrected, and should be done regardless whether someone was standing over him daily to motivate him. You're a grown azz man, now do a grown azz mans job. The owner, refreshingly, had no argument with Gordon or his assessment of him, and just needed to be shown what was required of him to make the business work. Once that was done, he looked like he'd be able to handle things. Hopefully he'll keep it going. There were a few glitches on the re-opening, (dude, you can't fry chicken in 5 minutes, unless its a pressure fryer ala KFC) but all in all, it was a good revamp, and a good episode.


i enjoyed Kitchen Nightmares UK & US. i even watched Hotel Hell, which was decent. but this one just felt too scripted and planned, it just spat bland and generic drama. im burnt out on Ramsay, at this point.

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