The season of cooking on FOX's 'Hell's Kitchen' will begin with two large teams competing for Gordon Ramsay's favor.
More shouting from Chef Gordon Ramsay will echo through the walls when the sixth season of "Hell's Kitchen" enters this July. A preview, released by FOX is given for the new season, showing BBQ being burnt, salmon being put in freezer and shrimps falling like rain.
As usual, 16 people are selected to compete in the cooking race to win a vacancy at a prestigious eatery. The winner for this season will be granted a spot as the head chef at Araxi Restaurant in Whistler, British Columbia. This would be the first in the show's history for a winner to be given a job in a Canadian restaurant. He or she will also have the added privilege of joining executive chef James Walt in welcoming the world during the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
"Hell's Kitchen" will premiere on July 21 with two-hour show. On the first episode, Ramsay will go by the tradition, asking the contestants to cook him their signature dishes. However, this time, he will pit the men and women in two separate teams. The winning team will win a special prize but the other one will endure a losing agony.