Fox's 'Hotel Hell' Renewed for Third Season

The Gordon Ramsay reality competition series wrapped its sophomore season in September.
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Nearly a year after wrapping its sophomore season, Fox has checked in for a third round of Hotel Hell.

The reality competition series from Gordon Ramsay is currently casting for its upcoming cycle via

Season two averaged 4.25 million total viewers over its seven-episode run.

The series in which the chef and hospitality expert endures hotels at their worst and attempts to revive them comes about two weeks after Fox inked Ramsay to a new two-year overall deal to remain at the network.

The series joins Ramsay's MasterChef, MasterChef Jr. and Hell's Kitchen at the network and comes as family-friendly unscripted fare continues to be in high demand.

Hotel Hell hails from All3Media's One Potato Two Potato and is exec produced by Ramsay, Ben Adler and Patricia Llewellyn.