Gordon Ramsay’s Studio Ramsay International (SRG) has opened its third hub in Glasgow from which it is going to produce a second sequence of BBC One format Future Meals Stars.
The Fox-backed outfit has already appointed its first researcher, who will begin in March, and is overtly recruiting for native manufacturing execs, growth execs and producers to work on Future Meals Stars, which has been recommissioned earlier than its first sequence has aired. Future Meals Stars is an Apprentice-fashion foods and drinks format through which Ramsay travels the nation assembly meals entrepreneurs.
SRG already has hubs in London and LA and the transfer into an space the place UK broadcasters are increasing alerts additional progress intentions.
Final yr, the superstar chef and broadcaster struck a cope with long-time collaborator Fox Leisure that noticed Fox fund the acquisition of 100% of Ramsay’s Studio Ramsay enterprise from world manufacturing home All3Media.
Ramsay, who was born in Scotland, stated the transfer to Glasgow is a “dream come true.”
“There may be a lot alternative to do develop some improbable new program concepts with an amazing new staff on this tremendous inventive metropolis, myself and the staff are excited to maneuver in and get going,” he added.
Plenty of BBC reveals might begin shifting to Glasgow within the coming years because the Kelvin Corridor facility, which is operated by BBC Studioworks, will get set to open later this yr. Channel 4, in the meantime, additionally has a small hub in Glasgow.