Keeper of the Plans

Gordon Ramsay show featuring Wichita restaurant will air this summer

Last November, Chef Gordon Ramsay (not the police chief) renovated Wichita's Fetch Bistro in 24 hours, part of a new show he was filming.

Now details of that show have finally been released.

On Wednesday, FOX announced Ramsay's new show, "24 Hours to Hell and Back," as part of its summer premieres.

The show will premiere at 8 p.m. June 13 on FOX, though it's unclear if that will be the Wichita episode.

In the show, the popular chef Ramsay travels across the U.S. to overhaul struggling restaurants in 24 hours.

"In today’s social media-driven world, everyone is an amateur food critic, and restaurants often find themselves one bad review away from shutting their doors," the show's synopsis reads. "So, for the first time ever, Ramsay will try to bring each of these failing restaurants back from the brink of disaster – all in just 24 hours."

Wichitans flocked to Fetch Bistro, 7718 E. 37th Street North, after camera crews and Ramsay's mobile kitchen was spotted outside the restaurant in late November.

As part of the episode, Ramsay made big changes to the dog-friendly restaurant's interior design and its menu.

Stay tuned for more information as the airdate approaches.

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