HOME RENO EXPERTS DAVE AND JENNY MARRS GIVE DATED ARKANSAS HOMES A FACELIFT IN NEW SEASON OF HGTV’S ‘FIXER TO FABULOUS’
Popular home renovators Dave and Jenny Marrs bring more worn-out houses back to life when a new season of Fixer to Fabulous premieres on HGTV Tuesday, Oct, 27, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. In the new 13-episode run, the husband-wife duo – who attracted more than 17.9 million viewers to the first season of Fixer to Fabulous – continue to overhaul old homes in Northwest Arkansas, all while raising five young children and managing their family farm. Jenny, the creative influence behind their personalized renovations, specializes in designing spaces that are warm and welcoming for families, while Dave tackles the construction with aplomb, crediting his passion for reviving old homes.
“We love our town and are proud to live and work here and show off this special place to the world,” said Dave.
“Last season was a blast and from a design prospective this season is going to be even more fun,” added Jenny. “Each of our client’s homes showcase a different design style and give us the opportunity to create a space that truly reflects who lives there.”
In the premiere episode, Dave and Jenny fix up a dated lakehouse for a deserving family, transforming it into a modern Nantucket-style waterfront escape. The renovation calls for several custom projects, including a refreshed boathouse, a one-of-a-kind carved inlay in the foyer and a soda-shoppe inspired teenage hideaway. As the season continues, Dave and Jenny’s breathtaking renovations spotlight custom elements that they design and curate for each project, such as a secret bookshelf doorway to a laundry room, a reclaimed console with a hidden pop-up TV panel and a dining table made from reclaimed basketball court flooring.
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NEW SEASON OF 'FIXER TO FABULOUS' STARRING DAVE AND JENNY MARRS PREMIERES ON HGTV TUESDAY, NOV. 16 AT 9 PM ET/PT
Couple Will Renovate 15 More North Arkansas Homes During The Season And Help A Local Animal Shelter With Much-Needed Upgrades In A Special Holiday Episode
Coming In Early 2022: New Spin Off 'Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn' To Launch On discovery+
New York [Oct. 19, 2021] Fixer to Fabulous, HGTV's popular hit series featuring home renovators Dave and Jenny Marrs who bring worn-out, older homes in Northwest Arkansas back to life, will return with 16 new episodes beginning Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 9 p.m. ET/PT. Stories of the husband-wife duo who renovate and design warm, welcoming spaces for families while raising their five young children and managing a family farm attracted more than 35 million viewers during season two and fueled viewer anticipation for the upcoming season premiere. The couple shares a passion for reviving old homes, with Jenny as the creative influence behind the personalized renovations, while Dave manages construction with unmatched skill and confidence.
"I am so excited for people to see what we've been working on," said Dave. "Jenny and I have so many different house styles and tons of unique, feel good projects this season."
"The new episodes are all about family," said Jenny. "From our own family, our homeowners' families and even our furry family! There are so many personal moments and we can't wait to share them with the world."
In the premiere episode, Dave and Jenny will overhaul a dated lakehouse for a couple who plans to use it as a retreat for their extended family. The renovation will feature several custom projects, including incorporating family artwork, a one-of-a-kind indoor treehouse and an upgraded outdoor deck to capitalize upon the waterfront views.
Looking ahead to the holiday season, Marrs' fans can watch a new one-hour special, Fixer to Fabulous Holiday Surprise, on HGTV on Tuesday, Dec. 14 at 9p.m. ET/PT. The festive episode will follow Dave and Jenny as they help a local animal shelter get ready for the busy Christmas pet adoption season. The Marrs, who will install much-needed upgrades, including a refreshed exterior and lobby, an improved outdoor space, as well as new dog kennels and a customized cat playroom, will reopen the shelter to host a fun, holiday-themed pet adoption event for the community.
More Marrs' content will surface in early 2022 when their new original series, Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn, premieres exclusively on discovery+. In the four-episode series, the Marrs will take on a massive new business venture: transforming an 1880s historic home near downtown Rogers, Arkansas, into a fantastic bed-and-breakfast. As the couple faces the daunting commercial renovation process and high financial stakes, Dave and Jenny will call upon fellow renovation experts to help make their dream of building a B&B a reality. In addition, the couple will team up to compete in a new season of Rock the Block, slated to premiere in early 2022.
HGTV picked up 16 episodes of Fixer to Fabulous, a breakout series starring renovation and design experts Dave and Jenny Marrs who overhaul historic homes in Northwest Arkansas, for a third season. The series, which attracted more than 35 million viewers in season two, spotlights the husband-wife as they renovate homes while raising five young children and managing their family farm. Jenny, the creative influence behind their personalized renovations, specializes in designing spaces that are warm and welcoming for families, while Dave, who has a passion for reviving old homes, tackles construction with unmatched skill and confidence. The new season of Fixer to Fabulous is slated to premiere in fall 2021.
Fans of Dave and Jenny also can look forward to the discovery+ spin-off series, Fixer to Fabulous: Welcome Inn. Available to stream exclusively on the platform in early 2022, the four-episode series will follow the Marrs as they take on a massive new business venture: transforming an 1880s historic home into a functioning vacation rental. Up against a complete gut job, unprecedented construction challenges and high financial stakes, Jenny and Dave will call upon fellow renovation experts to help make their dream a reality.
"It's been great to see Dave and Jenny's trajectory on HGTV in just two short seasons," said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. "Their authenticity, love of family, service to others and passion for home renovations are just a few ways that they connect with our audience."
"HGTV has a tremendous track record building fandom for its talent and this Fixer to Fabulous spin-off series is right in line with our discovery+ streaming strategy of giving fans even more access to what they love," added Lisa Holme, group senior vice president, Content and Commercial Strategy, Discovery, Inc.
In each episode, the husband-wife duo overhaul some of Northwest Arkansas’ oldest homes, from rickety Victorian estates to crumbling Colonials, all while raising four young children and managing their family farm. Jenny is the creative influence behind their personalized renovations, specializing in designing spaces that are warm, welcoming and a reflection of the family that lives there, while Dave spearheads the construction with his unrivaled knowledge and passion for reviving old homes.
“Our town is full of old houses that need someone to fix them up and make them a home again,” said Jenny.
“There is literally not a better feeling than finishing a house for someone that you know is going to live there for a long, long time,” added Dave.
In the premiere episode, Dave and Jenny fix up a dilapidated Craftsman-style home into a vibrant creole cottage for clients craving a little piece of “The Big Easy” in downtown Bentonville. In true New Orleans-fashion, the character-filled renovation calls for custom architectural details such as grand archways, antique doors, homemade gas lanterns and a stately front porch. As the season continues, Dave and Jenny’s breathtaking renovations include a surprise overhaul for a first-time homeowner, a modern makeover for a growing family’s dated 1970s home, and a stunning remodel on a centuries-old farmhouse.Keep track of the cancel/renew status of all your favorite TV shows. Discover and bookmark our cancelled shows 2021 list and renewed shows 2021-2022 database.
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