Last season, Hell's Kitchen
kicked off with record-breaking ratings and maintained solid numbers throughout season 9. Paul Niedermann beat 17 chef contestants on as he was awarded the "head chef" position at BLT Steak in New York City, New York. Considering how season 9 shaped up and the fact that the competition series has been recently renewed by FOX for two more seasons
, it's highly possible that season 10 will deliver the same results.
What to Expect from Hell's Kitchen Season 10:
As usual, aspiring restaurateurs will be put to a series of tough and intense challenges that will put their patience, palates and culinary skills to the test. Each week, teams are trimmed down until two top chefs are left to compete head-to-head in the finale where only one chef will be declared the winner and awarded the coveted head chef position.
Gordon Ramsey returns as host of Hell's Kitchen season 10, along with Scott Leibfried, sous-chef Andi Van Willigan and Maitre d's James Lukanik.
Hell's Kitchen season 10 premieres on Tuesday, May 29 at 8pm. Beginning Monday, June 4 at 9pm, however, FOX will be giving fans a double serving of the series as it expands to twice per week.
Stay tuned for the cast of Hell's Kitchen season 10.
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