Foxwoods Resort Casino partners with ITV America to host Hell’s Kitchen program

March 27, 2024
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Season 23 and 24 of the popular culinary program will be filmed on location at the casino resort.

Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut has entered into an exclusive partnership with ITV America to film seasons 23 and 24 of the program Hell’s Kitchen at the casino.

A custom-built set has been created where filming will commence, which is set to feature various amenities from the casino. Construction of the set is currently underway and is set to be completed in April. 

The program, which features celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, is produced by ITV America. Ramsay is no stranger to the casino, with a Hell Kitchen restaurant opening at Foxwood’s Grand Pequot Tower last year.  

The chef also has several of his branded restaurants operating in casinos across the US, including two in Reno, Nevada, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Horseshoe Lake Charles, Louisiana, which opened in November and Gordon Ramsay Burger at Flamingo Las Vegas, which is set to open this summer. This venue will mark Ramsay’s seventh restaurant on the Las Vegas Strip.  

On the partnership, ITV America CEO David George said, "When we first approached Foxwoods about the opportunity we knew it would be a challenging deal to put together, but Jason and his team have exceeded expectations as partners. The space being created is perfect for the needs of Hell's Kitchen and we hope it's just the first of many series we produce at Foxwoods." 

Foxwoods President and CEO Jason Guyot added, "We're thrilled to welcome the Hell's Kitchen cast and crew to Foxwoods and are honored to collaborate with ITV America for this pivotal moment in the show's legacy.” 

This is not the only recent partnership struck by Foxwoods, with the casino partnering with Danny Wimmer Presents earlier this month.  


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