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Fox has booked a return visit to "Hotel Hell," giving a second season greenlight to Gordon Ramsay's latest reality skein.
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It's not bad, as inexpensive summer filler goes, but by spreading its premiere across two parts, the show makes like a boorish guest and overstays its welcome.
Fox is serving up a three-course meal from Gordon Ramsay this summer.
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