Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back: Season 2 (2019)


Season 2
Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back

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Air date: Jan 2, 2019

The Season 2 premiere: Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to the Trolley Stop Café, a classic Cajun-inspired restaurant located in New Orleans. After intense investigation and surveillance, Ramsay and his team discover that an absentee owner is to blame for the restaurant staff's lack of communication and discipline. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster in 24 hours. Chef Aarón Sanchez stops by to lend his knowledge to the New Orleans cuisine.

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Air date: Jan 9, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to the Shanty on 19th, an iconic restaurant in the theater district of Allentown, Pa. Ramsay and his team discover that feuds between the restaurant's owner and staff have taken a toll, not only on the restaurant's business, but on the personal lives of everyone involved. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster—all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Jan 16, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to Vasi's, a family-owned Italian restaurant located in Waterbury, Conn. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his team discover a disconnect between the restaurant's owner and head chef that's inhibiting any updates the restaurant may need. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster—all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Jan 23, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to Catfish Cabin, a traditional southern-style restaurant located in Memphis. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his crew find a passionate, but fragmented team, whose feuding is bringing down the entire restaurant's morale. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster--all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Jan 30, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to Stone's Throw, a family-owned, fine-dining restaurant located right on the Housatonic River in Seymour, Conn. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his crew find that the two stressed out owners have let their sons and coworkers slack off over the years, which has resulted in poor food quality and lack of cleanliness. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Feb 6, 2019

Gordon Ramsay travels to a family-owned-and-operated Cajun restaurant in Kansas City, transforming it with a spectacular renovation.

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Air date: Feb 13, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to Boardwalk 11, a gastro pub and karaoke bar in Los Angeles. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his team discover a lack of commitment from the restaurant's staff and owner, resulting in more customers coming for the karaoke than the actual dining experience. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster?all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Feb 20, 2019

Gordon Ramsay's "Hell On Wheels" travels to Los Toros, a decades-old Mexican restaurant located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his team discover an over-worked owner, buried in astronomical debt that's taking tolls on his health. Ramsay will try to bring this failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster—all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Mar 6, 2019

In the Season 2 finale, Gordon Ramsay's "Hell on Wheels" travels to Los Angeles to revamp two restaurants, Social and M'Dears Bakery & Bistro. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his team discover tensions between the owners and their staff that are taking tolls on the overall work environment. Ramsay will try to bring these failing restaurants back from the brink of disaster—all in just 24 hours.

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Air date: Mar 6, 2019

In the Season 2 finale, Gordon Ramsay's "Hell on Wheels" travels to Los Angeles to revamp M'Dears Bakery & Bistro. After intense investigation and surveillance, Chef Ramsay and his team discover tensions between the owner and the staff, which is taking a toll on the overall work environment. Ramsay will try to bring the failing restaurant back from the brink of disaster—all in just 24 hours.

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Series 2 of Chef Ramsay's attempts to resuscitate failing restaurants within 24 hours.

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Audience Reviews for Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours to Hell and Back: Season 2

  • May 29, 2019
    This show really proves that made in America doesn't mean diddly-squat. Every episode features Americans who don't give a crap and have given up or damn near given up and are perfectly happy to serve their fellow Americans CRAP. Yes, that's right, you can see it all on this show. Americans serving their fellow countrymen rotten vegetables, spoiled meat, moldy cheese, and other disgusting, vomit-inducing garbage from filthy, barely-ever-cleaned or never cleaned kitchens, some of which are overrun with rats. Made in America doesn't mean doodley-squat, does it? You can even watch some of these Americans being rude to their own customers. 'Cuz they don't give a rat's ass about their customers. Anyway, enter a foreigner, Gordon Ramsay, to save these loser and lame-o Americans. All the better for Gordon that saving these loser and lame-o Americans involves yelling, screaming, and belittling them. You can tell he really enjoys that. I love the 2 minutes of each episode where Gordon pretends he's a psychologist and sits down to have a heart-to-heart talk with the loser/lame-o American restauranteur or employee who has given up or damn near given up and doesn't give a crap anymore. Wow. Being a TV chef who is infamous for yelling and screaming and belittling people on reality TV shows really qualifies Gordon to help people with their personal problems. And in less than 24 hours no less! Wow, Gordon, wow. As we all know, long-term changes can really occur in a person after an infamous TV star has a cursory heart-to-heart talk with them. I also really love how sometimes, at the end of the episode, they show the loser/lame-o restauranteur has gone back to his or her wicked ways, i.e. Gordon Ramsay FAILED. This show really proves made in America doesn't mean high quality at all. In fact, on this show, made in America means it's CRAP. This show is made in America trash itself.
  • Feb 18, 2019
    I always love watching this show, and yeah it's over dramatized but I can't think of a better way to help small restaurants then to do a show like this.
  • Jan 10, 2019
    Amazing what they can do in 24 hours.
  • Jan 02, 2019
    This was a great first episode. You really were hoping that this crew could make it work. Gordon made guys cry ... what more could you ask for?

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