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Prepare for the ultimate showdown between the fiercest women in the home renovation and design business when Rock the Block. It will spotlight the power reno professionals as they infuse the houses with their distinctive signature style.
With the current season of Good Bones featuring mother-daughter renovation dynamos Mina Starsiak Hawk and Karen E Laine delivering 12 million viewers since its June 29 premiere, HGTV signed the production deal for another 13-episode order slated for premiere in summer 2022. The series will continue to follow Mina, a real estate agent and mother of two, and her mom, Karen, a lawyer, as they buy more dilapidated properties in their hometown of Indianapolis. During each episode, the pair will demo the houses down to the studs and renovate them into dazzling family homes - all while offering a glimpse into their personal lives. "The great thing about signing off on a mid-season pick up is that we know we've got a good thing, a proven performer," said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. "Mina and Karen have captivating personal lives, but they are also incredibly talented and creative when it comes to renovation and the camera loves them. It's no wonder they continue to attract new fans season after season." Given her on-air success, Mina now will take on the biggest renovation challenge of her career in the new discovery+ series, Good Bones: Risky Business. Available to stream in summer 2022, the six-episode series will feature Mina going solo to purchase the historic Sanders House in the Indianapolis neighborhood of Fountain Square. More than a century old, the 6,000 square-foot property - which includes the main home and a carriage house - will be the largest project Mina has tackled to date in terms of size and budget. And, this overhaul will require precise restoration to return the Sanders House to its former glory. "The Sanders House is an amazing historic property," said Mina. "It's way more than I've ever taken on before, but I'm committed to bringing it back as the jewel of the neighborhood." "Part of our strategy at discovery+ is to serve our biggest fans by digging even deeper into their favorite shows and stories," said Lisa Holme, Group SVP of Content and Commercial Strategy for Discovery, Inc. "By focusing on one epic project, Good Bones: Risky Business takes an exciting new step for this franchise and it's a perfect streaming complement to the hit HGTV series." Fans don't have to wait to see more of Good Bones on HGTV and discovery+. New episodes are currently airing on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT, with the episodes launching early on Tuesdays on discovery+. Fans also are invited to stay connected with the series on HGTV's digital platforms at HGTV.com/GoodBones and by using #GoodBones on HGTV's Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Fans flock to HGTV to watch innovative renovations with stunning reveals, but now in the newly greenlit series, Ugliest House in America, the network will tour properties nominated by homeowners who believe their design-challenged home is one of the worst in the country. Hosted by comedian and actress Retta--best known from Parks and Recreation and Good Girls--and a self-proclaimed home and renovation enthusiast, the series will showcase unsightly homes from coast-to-coast, including failed flips, gaudy design and heinous hodge-podge horrors. Ultimately, the "ugliest house in America" will get a $150,000 renovation, culminating in a showstopping final reveal for the lucky homeowners. The series is slated to premiere in early 2022. "I loooove a renovation 'before and after' so to have a front row seat from beginning to end in Ugliest House in America is pretty damn exciting, especially since I fancy myself an amateur designer," said Retta. "My go-to design recommendations are to add a chandelier and more cabinets for storage, so amateur!" "Ugliest House in America is going to offer an exploration of America's homes like we've never seen before," said Betsy Ayala, senior vice president, production and development, HGTV. "This series will be eye candy with a twist as we showcase 'home' in an entirely new way, and with Retta at the helm, is sure to be a hilarious and fun-filled journey of the country's oddest, wildest and most ridiculous homes."
Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, the network’s reboot of Chip and Joanna Gaines’ popular Fixer Upper series. The first four episodes of the new season will air on Discovery+ beginning Friday, January 29, 2021, with new episodes available weekly through February 19. Magnolia Network, Discovery, Inc.’s joint venture with Chip and Joanna Gaines, announced the return of the beloved series “Fixer Upper,” which ran for five seasons before airing its final episode in April 2018. The “Fixer Upper” series reboot will air exclusively on Magnolia Network and will premiere at the time of the Network’s launch in 2021. The network also announced two additions to its growing slate of original programming: an untitled project featuring interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn and “Self Employed” (wt) with entrepreneur Jonathan Morris. “The day we wrapped our final episode of ‘Fixer Upper,’ we really believed it was a chapter closed. We knew we needed a break and a moment to catch our breath. But we also knew we weren’t done dreaming about ways to make old things new again,” said Chip and Joanna Gaines. “These past few years, we’ve continued tackling renovations and projects, doing the work we’re passionate about, but I don't think either of us anticipated how the show would become such a permanent fixture in our hearts. We’ve missed sharing the stories of these families and their homes with you, and we’re excited to do that again very soon!” During its initial run, “Fixer Upper” was the no. 1 unscripted series on all of cable television with 75 million viewers tuning in for the show’s fifth season, including 19.6 million on a weekly basis. The reboot will be produced by the Gaines’ production company Blind Nil. “We are thrilled to welcome back the very show that introduced us all to Chip and Jo in the first place. ‘Fixer Upper’ is a cultural phenomenon that took an entire programming category by storm when it launched in 2014, and we can think of no better way to launch this Network,” said Magnolia Network President Allison Page. “And as we continue to round out our programming slate, we’re excited to announce projects with designer Brian Patrick Flynn and entrepreneur Jonathan Morris, two talented individuals with exceptional stories. There’s a lot to look forward to, and we’re just getting started!” Self-taught interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn’s untitled project showcases his eclectic yet distinctive style and keen eye for design. Along with his team of skilled designers, Flynn creates the most breathtaking spaces and tackles decorating projects on any budget or within any scope, all with a dash of humor. “Self Employed” (wt) follows Fort Worth, Texas-based entrepreneur Jonathan Morris as he travels the United States meeting some of the country's most inspiring small business owners. Together, they will share stories of unwavering resilience, insatiable ambition and the winding roads they’ve traveled to successfully build their dream jobs. These three shows join the previously-announced slate of original Magnolia Network series, including: “Growing Floret,” “Home on the Road with JOHNNYSWIM,” “deVOL Kitchens” (f.k.a. “Bespoke Kitchens”), “Family Dinner,” “Restoration Road with Clint Harp,” “The Fieldhouse,” “Super Dad,” “Home Work,” “The Lost Kitchen” and “Inn the Works.” Magnolia Network currently has 14 original programs in production and an additional 22 original programs in development. In anticipation of its launch, Magnolia Network will also feature upcoming talent and give viewers a behind-the-scenes look at building the Network through a digital series entitled “Road to Launch: Magnolia Network.” The series will begin this month on www.Magnolia.com/network and all Network social channels with a conversation between the Gaineses and restaurateur Erin French of “The Lost Kitchen,” a Magnolia Network original series following French’s passion for feeding people and cultivating community at her locally-sourced restaurant in Freedom, Maine. Earlier this spring, Magnolia Network previewed its upcoming original slate with “A Look Back & A Look Ahead” on DIY Network, giving viewers a sneak peek of the incredible stories waiting to be told on the Network. More than 2.5 million total viewers tuned in for the four-part special, delivering the highest-rated day in DIY Network history among P25-54. Additionally, Food Network hosted a special one-hour event “In the Kitchen with Joanna Gaines” in April, which netted the single highest-rated weekend daytime telecast in Food Network history. Magnolia Network is set to launch in 2021. You can learn more about Chip and Joanna’s decision to bring back “Fixer Upper” by visiting this recent blog post. For more information about Magnolia Network, please visit www.Magnolia.com/Network. ABOUT MAGNOLIA NETWORK Magnolia Network is a media joint venture between Chip and Joanna Gaines and Discovery, Inc., a global leader in real life entertainment reaching 3 billion cumulative viewers in more than 220 countries and territories. At Magnolia Network, we believe in telling life’s stories authentically and empowering our viewers to move past their comfort zones and try new things. We seek to entertain through smart, layered storytelling that inspires creativity, upholds beauty and draws out curiosity. Here, we are creating a space where we hope viewers will feel their time with us is never without purpose, but rather is time well spent.
Break out the paint, find the funky flair and toss the renovation rulebook because in the new HGTV series Breaking Bland, spunky interior designer Mary Welch Fox Stasik will help clients create living spaces that express their individuality and design aesthetic with pizazz and confidence. Premiering Wednesday, Aug. 4, with back-to-back episodes at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT, the seven-episode series based in Charleston, South Carolina, will follow Mary Welch, who once worked for top interior designers in New York, as she uses her eclectic, big-city style to create colorful custom designs that are authentic to each client and pushes them way out of their comfort zone. During each episode, Mary Welch will crack design boundaries and encourage clients to eschew traditional looks to create truly personalized dream homes. "My goal is to showcase each client's personality while also encouraging them to take some bold risks," said Mary Welch. "I want to help them embrace their fun, weird sides in the best way possible." In the premiere episode, Mary Welch will help a family infuse their home with furnishings and decor representative of the Charleston spirit. With her guidance, they'll take design risks, including adding a colorful kitchen and a kid-friendly bar. Throughout the season, her innovative design style will continue to inspire, as she transforms a historic downtown home into a modern seaside paradise and creates a music room for a family, complete with a stage fit for a rock-and-roll legend. For Breaking Bland show updates, fans can visit HGTV.com for design galleries and before-and-after photos, and follow @HGTV and #BreakingBland on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as @mwfoxstasik on Instagram.
A Very Brady Renovation is an American reality television miniseries airing on HGTV. It is intended to showcase the renovation of the Studio City, California house that was used for many of the exterior shots in the 1969–1974 American sitcom The Brady Bunch. The house was purchased by HGTV in 2018 for $3.5 million. The renovation was completed in May 2019. The show premiered on September 9, 2019. All six of the surviving Brady Bunch cast members appear in the program.
"Pit Bulls and Parolees" follows the work of Tia Torres, a renowned trainer of pit bull terriers and a founder of the Villalobos Rescue Center. The rehabilitation and placement center houses hundreds of abused and abandoned dogs of all breeds, and the center has a crew of paroled felons who help Torres and her daughters Tania and Mariah care for the animals. It is a chance at redemption for both man and man's best friend.
Five amazing individuals who give their all to their community with life-changing home makeovers.
Contractor extraordinaire Mike Holmes has helped hundreds of people get the home or renovation they deserve, but now the homeowner who needs a hand is his son Mike Jr (MJ). "Holmes & Holmes" documents their working and personal relationship as they tackle the renovation of MJ's 750-square-foot bungalow, and the pair also buy worn-down properties and turn them into dream homes. Of course, no sooner are the fix-ups turned upside down by Mike's ambitious plans that sometimes clash with those of his son. Each hourlong episode focuses on one stage of the construction process and showcases the latest construction materials and build techniques.
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"Growing Up Chrisley" follows Chase and Savannah as they embrace adulthood away from Todd and Julie. Chase has turned a corner in his maturity and is more interested in "adulting," while Savannah is entering a new chapter in her life and ready to focus on herself, her friends, and having fun. But no matter how much they've grown up, Todd will make sure the kids never venture too far from home and their family.
The network's highest-rated series returns for more metal miracles from the incredibly talented, visionary team at Ekstensive Metal Works in Houston. For more than two decades owner Bill Carlton and the team have built a reputation for giving customers exactly what they want. Whether it's tricked-out trucks with wild hydraulics or facelifts for classic muscle cars, Ekstensive Metal Works does restorations, rebuilds, metalwork, paint, interior or accessories bigger and better. Ekstensive Metal posted an update on their facebook that they have started filming of installment 4.
National Geographic's hit series WICKED TUNA is back for its 10th season on the high seas. Follow a group of salty commercial fishermen from the nation's oldest seaport, Gloucester, Massachusetts, as they earn their living through rod-and-reel fishing in pursuit of the prized bluefin tuna. And later this year, the popular spinoff WICKED TUNA: OUTER BANKS returns. WICKED TUNA: OUTER BANKS follows a Southern fleet of top captains along with the returning Northern boats, all battling to catch bluefin in the dangerous waters off the coast of North Carolina. Battling unpredictable, treacherous conditions, the captains must contend with one another as well as experienced locals who will stop at nothing to beat them to the catch. WICKED TUNA Renewed for Season 11 (Pilgrim Media Group) WICKED TUNA: OUTER BANKS Renewed for Seasons Eight & Nine WICKED TUNA is executive produced by Craig Piligian and Mike Nichols, and co-executive produced by Lorene Machado for Pilgrim Studios.
Teams compete to see who can guess secret words or phrases with a limited amount of clues and time; host Meredith Vieira. In the first round, team members are called up to the host's podium, one on one, with the contestants going second in the play order. At the podium, they are shown a list of five words to convey to their teammates in 45 seconds. In the second season, instead of coming up, the list is shown on the tablet of the two players. Round 2 begins with the contestants at the podium while the celebrities are in a soundproof room offstage. In the second season of the show, the celebrities are told to put on a pair of noise-cancelling headphones with music playing in them. In the third season of the show, the contestants are told to put on a pair of noise-cancelling headphones with music playing in them.
BREATH OF FIRE is directed by Hayley Pappas and Smiley Stevens, executive produced by SecondNature's Matt Ippolito and Vanity Fair Studios' Helen Estabrook, Sarah Amos, and Lexy Altman at Condé Nast Entertainment. Vanity Fair journalist Hayley Phelan is a co-EP. SecondNature is a production company founded by Hayley Pappas, Matt Ippolito and Smiley Stevens that develops and produces premium content. Together the team has produced some 30+ award-winning documentaries, including four Oscar-nominated short documentaries. Their work has premiered at Sundance, Cannes, and Tribeca among others and has been distributed with partners from HBO, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and POV. Their recent titles include "Flee" (Sundance/NEON), "AKA Jane Roe" (FX/Hulu), and Oscar nominee "Hunger Ward" (MTV). They are currently in production on one series and two feature documentaries, one of which is slated to premiere on Netflix in 2022. SecondNature makes original and commissioned content across formats and platforms with a diverse set of partners. Vanity Fair Studios, run by Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) president Agnes Chu, is the film and television arm of Vanity Fair, led by editor in chief Radhika Jones. Leveraging a century of culture-defining journalism from iconic brands The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, WIRED, Vogue, GQ, Architectural Digest and more, CNE, is an award-winning global film and television production company and a global digital network and studio. CNE influences audiences around the world with 70+ active feature film, documentary and TV projects in development and production, nearly 40 podcasts and publishes 4000+ original and live event programming across its global digital network annually. Since its inception in 2011, CNE has garnered 201 nominations and 127 wins, including Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, News & Documentary Emmy Awards, Webby Awards, and ASME Awards, among others.
No, not that kind of swamp people. This is not a show based on a B horror film. The "Swamp People" featured in this History channel series are the proud descendants of French Canadian refugees who settled in the swamp region of Louisiana in the 18th century. Cameras follow members of this fiercely independent group as they struggle to preserve their way of life in the Atchafalaya Basin during the most important time of the year for them: alligator-hunting season.
Design Star: Next Gen, the new high-stakes, edge-of-your-seat competition series inspired by HGTV Design Star, is ready for air and, with $50,000 cash and a shot at their own show on the line, one breakout renovation and design expert’s life is about to go supernova. Following in the footsteps of HGTV Design Star, the most successful and highest-rated franchise in the network’s history, Design Star: Next Gen will premiere on discovery+ with a special 90-minute episode on Wednesday, February 24. The episode also will air on HGTV that night at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Hosted by Allison Holker Boss, the six-episode series, sponsored by Wayfair, features eight gifted designers, renovators and social media brand-builders as they compete in intense weekly challenges. During the series, head judge Jonathan Adler is joined by designer Lauren Makk and a rotating cast of celebrity guest experts. “Lots of designers and home renovators tell us they dream about having their own show,” said Loren Ruch, group senior vice president, programming and development, HGTV. “For the ones selected to be on Design Star: Next Gen, their lives are about to change in ways they can’t imagine. This series will provide a once-in-a-lifetime showcase for their talent and creativity. It will raise their national visibility, multiply their business opportunities and boost their status as social media influencers.” The Eight Competitors The competitors, ready to dazzle judges with their breathtaking, innovative designs or face elimination include: Anthony (Tony) Allgeier (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania); Arianna Danielson (Colorado Springs, Colorado); Chris Goddard (Springdale, Arkansas); Carmeon Hamilton (Memphis, Tennessee); Eli Hariton (Denver, Colorado); Peti Lau (Los Angeles, California); Marisa Molinaro (Los Angeles); and Justin Q. Williams (Atlanta, Georgia). The Guest Experts As if the daily pressure-cooker of Design Star: Next Gen wasn’t enough, the competitors will be evaluated by superstar industry luminaries, as well as by passionate design/competition enthusiasts, including Jasmine Roth, star of HGTV’s Help! I Wrecked My House; Kim Myles, winner of HGTV Design Star season two; dancer and TV personality Stephen “tWitch” Boss; award-winning designer Karim Rashid, noted for his work with global luxury brands; artist and floral designer Maurice Harris, known for his work with world-famous labels; actress and design enthusiast Tia Mowry-Hardrict; and one of HGTV’s biggest names in home renovation and design, Jonathan Scott, co-star of Property Brothers Forever Home. The Design Hub Design Star: Next Gen takes place in an isolated, customized “design hub” -- a community built especially for the Design Star: Next Gen production in Southern California. Each competitor is given a design lab, essentially a house-inspired space that must be reimagined for each challenge. To keep the focus on creating gorgeous spaces, the community provides everything the competitors need, including a design center for sketching, a construction workshop to build their creations, and a fully stocked furniture and styling warehouse provided by Wayfair. The Challenges The weekly design challenges are specifically engineered to test the skills required to be a true Design Star. Each challenge demands that the designer showcase their distinctive style and brand. The competitors will face a variety of tests, such as delivering ingenious solutions for multi-functional rooms, designing for unique “upcycled” home spaces and incorporating natural elements into their creations. Digital Surprises Series fans can find scores of photos and videos from the new series at HGTV.com/DesignStar, as well as learn more information about each contestant, judge and host Allison Holker Boss. From fun behind-the-scenes details to photo galleries of room designs and more, HGTV.com will keep fans up to date on every exciting detail. Fans also are invited to connect with the series across the discovery+ digital platforms at discoveryplus.com and via @discoveryplus and #HGTVDesignStar on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. “Design Star: Next Gen is the ultimate competition of creativity and ingenuity,” said Ruch. “It’s so inspiring and fun to see these competitors dream up and deliver their best design ideas in hopes of winning it all.”
A social experiment where 100 individuals will be a part of interactive experiments exploring sex, happiness, torture and all the other aspects of being human. 100 Humans is a 2020 web television series. The premise revolves around 100 people who go through different experiments on the theme of behavior.
The daily life of Kirby Jenner, who is set to step in front of the camera for the first time. The twist? Kirby Jenner is the product of a parody Instragram account. The show centers around a 24-year-old performance artist who has risen to fame over the past five years with his parody Instagram account, where he pretends to be the fraternal twin brother of Kendall Jenner.