‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Episode Guide (Jan. 19): The Restaurant Hosts the First All-Star Black Jacket Dinner Service

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‘Hell’s Kitchen’ Episode Guide (Jan. 19): The Restaurant Hosts the First All-Star Black Jacket Dinner Service

“Stars Heating Up Hell” (01/19/18) – The remaining All-Stars must instruct athletes Candice Park (WNBA), Jordan Wieber (2012 Olympic Gold Medalist), Ricky Williams (Heisman Trophy Winner, Univ. Of Texas), Shawne Merriman (NFL football linebacker) and Reggie Miller (NBA Hall of Famer) to cook their signature dishes – using only verbal instructions.

Later, for the first time ever, the all-star contestants will be cooking in one kitchen during dinner service, with special guests rapper and musician Wyclef Jean and actor Mathew Moy (“2 Broke Girls”). Find out who makes it to the final four in an all-new episode of “Hell’s Kitchen” airing Friday, Jan.19 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX.

Season 17 of “Hell’s Kitchen” will welcome the newest batch of determined chefs who will brave Chef Gordon Ramsay and his fiery command of the kitchen as he puts them through an intense culinary academy. Throughout the season, the competitors will face a series of Ramsay’s grueling challenges to prove they possess the right combination of ingredients to win a life-changing grand prize.

The chefs will leave the pleasantries at the door as the pressure to impress Chef Ramsay will reach a boiling point. Before Chef Ramsay determines which individual chefs are worthy of a black jacket, the contestants must prove their ability to work in teams. The rewards for winners of upcoming challenges will be lavish and memorable, while the punishments will be hellish.

Over the course of the competition, the number of contestants will be whittled down until only two chefs are left to compete head-to-head for the ultimate prize and fulfill their dreams of working in the culinary industry as the winner of “Hell’s Kitchen”

Ramsay recently announced plans for the first-of-its-kind “Hell’s Kitchen” restaurant to open at Caesars Palace Las Vegas this winter.

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