Gordon Ramsay attends the 13th annual Vegas Uncork'd by Bon...

Gordon Ramsay attends the 13th annual Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit Grand Tasting event in 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Credit: Getty Images for Vegas Uncork’/Ethan Miller

FOX-Y RAMSAY Fox Broadcasting has announced its midseason and spring premiere dates, which include two returning reality shows.

Gordon Ramsay’s “Next Level Chef” returns for season 3 with a preview set to air 10 to 11:10 p.m. on Jan. 28,  immediately following the NFC Championship Game. The culinary competition then settles into its regular hourlong slot that Thursday  at 8 p.m.

Taking place on a three-story set of different kitchens, the show this season introduces audition rounds in which home, professional and social-media chefs go up against one another within their group for the chance to be drafted by one of the mentors: Ramsay and fellow chefs Nyesha Arrington and Richard Blais.

Following that show’s timeslot premiere comes season 2 of “Farmer Wants a Wife,” in which four agribusiness guys separately seek romance from city-slicker singles. Three-time Grammy Award winning country singer Jennifer Nettles hosts.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, A WONDERFUL GAL Tiffany "New York" Pollard (“Flavor of Love,” with Roosevelt-born and Freeport-raised rapper Flavor Flav, and her own “I Love New York”) will host and serve as an executive producer of the LGBTQ+ dating competition “Looking for a Third” on the streaming service OUTtv. Production is set to begin this summer for a late 2024 release, reports Deadline.com.

Set in a villa, the show features one male and one female gay couple, each searching for a third partner with which to form a “throuple.”

“It is not uncommon for couples to consider adding a third person to their relationship,” said OUTtv executive Philip Webb in a statement, “and ‘Looking for a Third’ will provide a revealing look at what happens when couples decide to take that step.”

Pollard, who additionally hosts OUTtv’s dating competition “Hot Haus,” said the upcoming show will be “ silly, romantic, and filled with so much love.”

FINALES With Olympic gold-medalist skier Bode Miller having quit on the self-elimination series “Special Forces: World's Toughest Test,” that leaves Olypic gold-medalist skater Erin Jackson, social-media star JoJo Siwa and reality-TV stars Tyler Cameron, Tom Sandoval and Nick Viall still toughing it out on the season-2 finale, Monday from 9:01 to 10 p.m. on Fox … and septuagenarian Gerry Turner chooses between leaving 64-year-old Minneapolis fitness instructor Leslie Fhima and 69-year-old New Jersey finance professional Theresa Nist on the inaugural-season finale of ABC’s “The Golden Bachelor,” Thursday from 8 to 10:04 p.m., including the traditional post-episode “After the Final Rose” special.

PREMIERES Early Thursday morning on the streaming service Hulu, National Park Service investigators tackle crime in America’s wilderness on season 3 of the ABC News-produced “Wild Crime,” subtitled “Blood Mountain” … Opposite on the streamer Peacock, we travel to Paris — Hilton, that is — for season 2 of “Paris in Love,” co-starring her entrepreneur husband Carter Reum … and at 9 p.m. on WE, the first of five "Brat Loves Judy" specials " finds rapper Da Brat (née Shawntae Harris) and her wife, Kaleidoscope Hair Products founder Jesseca "Judy" Harris-Dupart, handling motherhood on “Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special.”

RECAPS Jack Fowler and Justine Ndiba won Peacock’s “Love Island Games” season 1 … “Dancing with the Stars” eliminated social-media star Harry Jowsey and his pro-ballroom partner Rylee Arnold … and it was last call for bartender Kendra McQuarrie on “Survivor.”

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