What Happened To Gordon Ramsay's 24 Hours To Hell And Back?

Are you anxiously awaiting the fourth season of Gordon Ramsay's "24 Hours To Hell And Back?" If you have missed Ramsay's reality TV show that gives troubled restaurateurs and their staff only one day to shape up, you are not alone. After all, a week without watching Ramsay wade through slimy chicken, furry produce, five-year-old mayonnaise, and blood-covered freezer floors is like a week without sunshine. Extreme fans sorely miss seeing dead mice in toasters and black mold in salad dressing.

Moreso, loyal Ramsay fans miss seeing the chef dressed in disguise. In order to be treated like a normal customer, he has undergone some clever transformations from posing as an elderly gentleman to an unrecognizable woman.

While the show's shock value is likely the biggest draw, viewers also love to see a troubled restaurant turn things around. Some of these family-run businesses are up to their chef's hats in debt and desperately need a win. It's these success stories that keep fans, and the celebrity chef himself, coming back for more. But when, exactly, will Ramsay's "24 Hours To Hell and Back" hit the road for season four?  

There have been reports of film crew spottings

There is good news and bad news. The good news is that "24 Hours To Hell And Back" has not been canceled. The bad news is that there is no official release date for season four either. This is certainly not considered one of Ramsay's fails, as per The Cinemaholic, due to the show's decent ratings and Gordon Ramsay's long-term relationship with Fox. The outlet shares that it's likely to be renewed. TV Series Finale agrees, arguing that the series' healthy ratings and relatively cheap productions costs will lead to its eventual renewal.  

Another glimmer of hope for the show's fans is that there has been buzz surrounding the film crew's presence in Ellicott, Maryland back in early 2020. Several businesses have signed non-disclosure agreements (per WBAL TV), and the "Hell on Wheels" vehicle had been spotted parked outside a downtown restaurant, which was covered in plastic sheeting, called The Little Market Cafe (per Delish). Could this be an episode for an upcoming fourth season? Viewers are hopeful. There is, after all, an abundance of hellish kitchens that have yet to be exposed.