The celebrity chef and television personality will star in an as-yet-untitled, prime-time documentary program, a day-time cookery series called Culinary Genius and the late-evening Nightly Show.
The new deal brings Ramsay home to the network where he first established his popular reality show "Hell's Kitchen."
"We're reaching audiences on every level with this one, and I'm really excited to work on three completely different formats with ITV," Ramsay said in a statement.
"Gordon is not only a world-class chef, but a world-class TV presenter. It's a great thing to have him back where it all started, with some brand-new shows. He's an irrepressible talent and we are really looking forward to his return to ITV in 2017," added ITV Director of Television Kevin Lygo.
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