Ramsay's Hotel Hell
3 Series, 22 Episodes
Sheldon Yellen, the CEO of Belfor, the world's largest property disaster restoration company, goes undercover, hoping to find ways of improving the business.
David Kim is the CEO of Baja Fresh, the leading Mexican fast food chain in the United States. He goes undercover and poses as someone who is competing for a position within the company.
Mark Mallory, the first directly elected African-American mayor of Cincinnati, goes undercover as an employee competing with another worker for a city job
Don Fertman, the Chief Development Officer of Subway, America's largest food franchise, goes undercover posing as an unemployed counsellor looking for a new career
Steve Joyce, the president and CEO of Choice Hotels International, one of America's largest hotel chains, goes undercover
Kim Schaefer, the CEO of Great Wolf Lodge, North America's largest chain of indoor water park resorts, goes undercover in her own company
Bryan Bedford, the CEO of Frontier Airlines, goes undercover in his own company. Bryan's first job is to get down and dirty as he drains a plane's toilets after a long flight.
Steve Phelps, the Chief Marketing Officer of the largest family-owned sports franchise in the world - Nascar - goes undercover to get the much-loved racing company back into gear
Mike White, the president and CEO of DirecTV, goes undercover posing as an out-of-work salesman looking for a new line of work
Ron Croatti, the president and CEO of UniFirst Corporation - one of North America's largest producers of uniforms - goes undercover as an ex-shop-owner competing for a job in the company
Kevin Sheehan, the CEO of Norwegian Cruise Line, one of the world's largest cruise companies, goes undercover posing as an unemployed taxi driver competing for a job within the company
John Fuller, the president and CEO of Johnny Rockets, America's largest chain of 1950s diner restaurants, goes undercover to find the unsung heroes within his company
Denny Slagle, the president and CEO of Mack Trucks, goes undercover in his own company, as an out-of-work subcontractor
Rich McClure, the CEO and president of United Van Lines, goes undercover as an office manager
Tim White, the chancellor of UC Riverside, goes undercover to see if his university is achieving its goals
Steven Foster, the co-founder and CEO of Lucky Strike, America's leading upscale bowling alley and lounge, goes undercover in his own company
Fernando Aguirre, the chairman and CEO of Chiquita Brands International, one of the largest producers and distributors of fruit and vegetables in the world, goes undercover in his own business
Todd Ricketts, co-owner of the Chicago Cubs, one of America's most beloved sports teams, goes undercover at his own company posing as an unemployed roofer looking for a new line of work.
Henrik Slipsager, the president and CEO of ABM, America's number one provider of building maintenance and facility services, goes undercover in his own company.
Scott Sibella, president of the MGM Grand Las Vegas - the world's second largest hotel - goes undercover at his own company, where he discovers health problems among the staff.
Shelly Sun, the CEO and co-founder of BrightStar Care, a full-service, private healthcare company serving more than 10,000 families in the United States, goes undercover.
Bill Massa, the president and CEO of Synagro, the largest wastewater treatment company in America, goes undercover.