Season 2 of Gordon Ramsay’s “Next Level Chef” has begun.
The 90-minute season premiere of the multi-floor reality cooking show receives a major boost following Fox’s Super Bowl LVII (Sunday, approximately 10:30 PST/7:30 PST).
“It’s a big deal,” says Ramsay, whose team of up-and-coming chefs is competing against those led by chef mentors Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blais to stay on the “Next Level” top floor – and out of the basement.
Next week, “Next Level Chef” will return to its regular Thursday time slot (8 EST/PST). However, the Super Bowl Sunday premiere is appropriate, as former NFL cornerback Mark MacMillian, who played for both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, is competing as a “Next Level” aspiring chef contestant.
Ramsay, star of “Hell’s Kitchen” and “MasterChef,” who has travelled the world in his NatGeo docuseries “Uncharted,” discusses pan fires and reducing his infamous profanity.