Fox Moves ‘Next Level Chef’ to Post-NFC Championship Time-Slot Hole After Pushing ‘Monarch’ to Fall

Fox has found its solution for the “Monarch”-shaped hole left in its post-NFC Championship time-slot after moving the Susan Sarandon-led drama’s premiere to the fall.

Instead of debuting the new show after the Jan. 30 NFL game, which the broadcast network has delayed due to complications posed by producing it during the pandemic, Fox will air a fresh episode of Gordon Ramsay’s new cooking competition, “Next Level Chef,” immediately after it at 10:00-11:05 p.m. ET/7:00-8:05 p.m. PT.

Per Fox, “In this special episode, Ramsay and his fellow mentors, Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blais, serve up a Sunday Brunch challenge, during which each remaining chef must create a next-level dish

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