'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' to return with Season 3 as National Geographic confirms 2021 release
Season 2 was loved and appreciated by fans for its food and Gordon's many fearless adventures
'Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted' Season 2 finale aired this week but fans can rejoice because National Geographic has ordered Season 3 of the highly-rated food-adventure reality show. Although a specific date hasn't been marked for 'Gordon Ramsay Uncharted' Season 3 release yet, the network has announced it will return in 2021.
'Uncharted' witnessed a fantastic second season, at least that is what the fans have to say. Most are in awe of the trouble Gordon is willing to take to deliver on the adrenaline rush he promised at the start of the show. The idea of the show is to celebrate and explore exotic flavors, which are a secret to the world either due to the region's geographic limitations or limited supply of a particular dish's main ingredients. Where would you get to relish rat stew? Yes, he ate that too and was impressed by how delectable it was.
But that was the whole fun of it. Gordon sampling new dishes, learning different methods of cooking and going on an adventure to forage for ingredients with generous amounts of typical Gordon wit. What interested fans the most were the locales the celebrity chef visited to put together wholesome, one-of-a-kind dishes. After every episode ended, Gordon would say how rich the wild is and talk about how impressed he was by the variety of spices and vegetables the woods are home to.
Gordon blending food and adventure has to make for good television and the show returning for a third season is beyond good news. What has been a relief for fans has been Gordon steering clear of brutal insults and fierce abuses, which he regularly resorts to in most of his shows.
But this is surprising because the makers had gotten a bashing from keyboard warriors around the time they announced the first season. Anthony Bourdain had just died and comparisons were being made with his show — 'Parts Unknown.' But Gordon had requested viewers not to pass their judgments before the show has had the chance to even air.
Clearly, 'Uncharted' is different from what was being thought of and Season 2 was received well by the viewers.