Gordon Ramsay's latest show has been axed by ITV after just one season.
The famous British chef's cooking gameshow, Next Level Chef, has been cancelled by the network after just crowning the first season's winner.
Ramsay hosted the programme, joined by the likes of fellow Michelin-star chef, Paul Ainsworth, and self-declared 'foodie', Nyesha Arrington.
It's clear that Gordon is no stranger to starring in a whole bunch of television shows.
Whether he's hosting a particularly tense episode of Hell's Kitchen, gallivanting with Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix across the world in Gordon, Gino and Fred or teaching the next generation how to cook in MasterChef Junior - this chef seems to spend more time on the telly than the kitchen.
His latest pursuit was Next Level Chef - a cooking show which gathered talented contestants from different parts of the country to compete against one another and display their culinary skills.
Taking place in front of a panel of 'esteemed judges', the contestants battled it out to claim the prestigious title.
Dubbed as 'the world's toughest cooking competition', the first season of the UK version saw the likes of 12 aspiring cooking aficionados face a cooking competition 'like no other'.
Just eight episodes-long, the show saw Kelly Hunter, Ronan Lee, Layla Powell, Selwyn Channon, Gurpreet Bains, Ian 'Gold' Golding, Tony Maloy, Toby Caswell-Jones, Jade Greenhalgh, Tia Khurana, Temi Abdullahi and Callum Deboys flex their culinary muscles in the hopes of taking home the staggering £100,000 prize money.
The three semi-finalists ended up being Ronan Lee, Jade Greenhalgh and Callum Deboys - with Jade taking home the winning title.
However, it has since been revealed that 'the world's toughest cooking competition' will be over sooner than we thought due to low ratings.
An ITV spokesperson confirmed the news, telling LADbible: "There are no current plans for a second series but viewers can watch series one on ITVX."
Fans of the show have since taken to social media to share their reactions to the whole ordeal.
One Twitter user posted: "Nooo this is such a good show!!"
"Next Level Chef is a good ass show," a second viewer vouched.
A third added: "To me this is surprising," yet they also revealed that they preferred the 'American version more for some reason'.
Others even gave the show some pointers in how they could have secured higher ratings: "It should be revamped with one host and three chefs instead of having Gordon as a Chef and the host.
"I enjoyed the concept and it’s a shame it’s been axed," they added.
Some, however, were not at all shocked by the news.
"Not surprised, it was the most stressful cooking competition ever created," pointed out another.
A sixth commented: "No surprise, it was truly dire!"
The first - and seemingly last - season of Next Level Chef can be streamed on ITVX.
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Topics: TV and Film, Gordon Ramsay, Food And Drink, ITV