Let’s look at the differences between the U.K. and U.S. versions of Kitchen Nightmares

Gordon Ramsey found fame in America by bellowing at slack-jawed line cooks on Hell’s Kitchen, then bellowing at slack-jawed restaurant managers on Kitchen Nightmares. Now, Ramsay saves much of his ire for home cooks on Twitter, with his current TV gig finding him declaring everything “ABsolutely delish-ish” on the…

Behold: The few times Gordon Ramsay actually liked the food on Kitchen Nightmares

Gordon Ramsay filleted his way into America’s heart by bellowing at doltish line cooks on Hell’s Kitchen, but has since stayed by bellowing at people like you on Twitter. But while his reputation is that of a snooty, cantankerous gourmand, Ramsay isn’t mean for the sake of meanness (just watch him with the pint-sized…

Fake Prince Harry and real Gordon Ramsay push Enlisted off the Fox schedule

The spring and summer schedule announced by Fox this afternoon reads like a TV British Invasion, with three Gordon Ramsay franchises returning to their traditional occupied territories beginning April 11 and the dating series I Wanna Marry “Harry” premiering May 27. Such moves can only be interpreted as a retaliation…

Dance Moms and the broken promise of reality television 

Lifetime’s reality series Dance Moms draws more than 2 million viewers a week, making it one of the most-watched shows of its kind on basic cable. Here’s what happens in a typical episode: Brash dance coach Abby Lee Miller yells at a bunch of teary-eyed preteen and teenage girls; the girls’ parents snipe and gossip…