Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 Review: It’s back from the depths of hell!! Can you believe Hell’s Kitchen has already aired 19 seasons?
Although it must have seemed like an eternity to the countless chefs who couldn’t tolerate the heat and were thrown out of the kitchen.
Gordon Ramsay is, dare we say, a bit of a pain to work with. Because of all, Hell’s Kitchen isn’t named after his meek and charming disposition.
However, assuming teaser videos do not mislead, we may see a “kinder, softer” Gordon this time around, as Fansided speculates.
Even though Ramsay is conducting what may be the world’s most difficult job interview, with the winning chef being offered a position at his Lake Tahoe Hell’s Kitchen restaurant, it appears that he has matured to some extent. Or maybe not. Isn’t it, however, worth watching to see?
Plus, with the constant threat of COVID-19 and the numerous restaurant closures, many of which are permanent, it will be good to have a virtual glimpse into a restaurant kitchen, as the overall dining out experience is something we’ve all been missing.
Still, if there’s one major reason why Season 19 is shaping up to be the finest yet, it all comes down to location, location, location, as they say in real estate.
What’s So Special About the Hell’s Kitchen Location This Season?
So, where does Season 19 take place, and why is it so significant? Because, hey, it’s Vegas!
What happened in Vegas this time isn’t going to remain in Vegas.
Instead, we’ll all get to live it via others, and who could ask for a more thrilling backdrop than Sin City? The city itself provides enough drama to rival any of Ramsay’s kitchen shenanigans, as well as plenty of sparkle and glamour in the background.
The show was filmed in the good old pre-COVID days of 2019, as the Las Vegas Review-Journal points out, so just like those Progressive Insurance radio advertising (via Radio Advertising Bureau), this long-awaited season of Hell’s Kitchen is bringing us the “Sounds [and sights] of the Old World.”
Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 Recap
Everything comes down to this. The final two contestants, Kori Sutton and Mary Lou Davis met with their teams of eliminated players to plan their dishes for the Season 19 finale of “Hell’s Kitchen.”
Both teams then took part in the season’s last supper service, which was marked by high marks and cold temperatures.
Kori or Mary Lou had claimed the head chef post at Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant in Lake Tahoe by the end of Thursday’s show. So, who was it, exactly?
To find out what happened on Thursday, April 22 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT, read our minute-by-minute “Hell’s Kitchen: Las Vegas” review of Season 19, Episode 16, titled “Hitting the Jackpot.”
Then tell us about your favorite budding chefs on Fox’s reality show and who you believe has what it takes to make the “HK” winners list in the comments below.
Is Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 Good?
According to IMDb, the most recent season of Hell’s Kitchen, which debuted in 2021 and will conclude in April 2021, is now the highest-rated.
Season 19 Was Removed
Season 19 producers opted to bring the show to Las Vegas, where it was shot before to the outbreak, so contestants could dine at one of Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurants.
“It’s one of the world’s highest-grossing eateries.” In Las Vegas, Gordon has five restaurants.
Hell’s Kitchen Season 19 Cast
- Mary Lou Davis
- Cody Candelario
- Fabiola Fuentes
- Nicole Hanna
- Declan Horgan
- Amber Lancaster
- Lauren Lawless
- Peter Martinez
- Kenneth McDuffie
- Josh Oakley
- Adam Pawlak
- Marc Quinones
- Brittani Ratcliff
- Eliott Sanchez
- Jordan Savell
- Kori Sutton
- Drew Tingley
- Syann Williams
Frequently Asked Questions
What Happened to Season 19 Winner of Hell’s Kitchen?
Kori Sutton was named head chef at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Lake Tahoe after winning season 19 of Hell’s Kitchen.
She’s started working at Lake Tahoe, according to her Instagram post.
What Happened to Josh From Hell’s Kitchen Season 19?
Following the events of Hell’s Kitchen
Josh is now the Executive Chef at Avelina, which has received rave reviews since his debut on the show.
What Hell’s Kitchen Chef Kills Himself?
Gordon Ramsay’s “Kitchen Nightmares” chef commits suicide. After officials received 911 reports regarding a man jumping off the George Washington Bridge, Joseph Cerniglia’s body was discovered in the Hudson River in September 2010. His death was determined to be a suicide.