Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 set to debut in January 2021

Gordon Ramsay and the chefs of Hell’s Kitchen are set to return for Season 19 in a brand new location early in January, 2021.

When it comes to Gordon Ramsey and his television series Hell’s Kitchen, you either love it with a passion or you hate it with every fiber of your being. There is usually no middle ground with people when it comes to this chaotic and no holds barred cooking competition.

For those too busy feeling warm and fuzzy while watching The Great British Baking Show, Hell’s Kitchen sees chefs compete to become head chef at one of Ramsey’s numerous upscale restaurants. It can be vicious, cut throat and a highlight of any episode is Ramsey constantly cursing out the contestants.

If you are a fan, you have no doubt been waiting with baited breath to know when Season 19 will arrive on Fox. Well, the answer has been revealed along with a few other nuggets about the new season.

Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 arrives in January.

According to Goldderby.com, the 19th season of Hell’s Kitchen is set to premiere on January 7, 2021 at 8:00 PM. This will be the first new episodes of the series to air since early 2019 so some anticipation has been building for the show’s return.

It has also been revealed that for the first time the series will be moving from Los Angeles, where all previous season have been filmed to Las Vegas. The show will be set in the very first Gordon Ramsey Hell’s Kitchen restaurant located in the Caesars Palace hotel and casino. This time the chefs will be fighting for the chance to become head chef at a new Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen that will be opening in Lake Tahoe at the Harveys Hotel and Casino.

For those that are curious, Season 19 as well as Season 20 both completed filming before the pandemic took the television industry out at the knees. Given the state of things, these could be the last two seasons we see of Hell’s Kitchen for quite a while.

What do you think? Are you a Hell’s Kitchen fan and excited for Season 19 to arrive in January? Or are you more of a British Baking Show fan? Leave a comment and let us know.