Learn tips on being more efficient and step up your home enhancement skills by spending another season with Jenn Todryk in No Demo Reno. Yes, you got it right! The popular series is coming back for a third season. HGTV ordered 12 new episodes for the social media creator’s show. Catch it as it premieres sometime in the summer of 2023.
In its second season, No Demo Reno garnered more than 18.4 million viewers, placing the show in the Top 3 non-news/sports cable programs among key viewer demographics. With no major demolition, Jenn will continue producing stunning home improvements for Dallas-Fort Worth area clients for this upcoming season.
“Watching the energy and positivity that Jenn brings to all aspects of her life in No Demo Reno is like a breath of fresh air,” says Betsy Ayala, senior vice president, programming and development, HGTV. “Her passion is palpable, and her unique design vision gives our home-obsessed audience new and different ways to approach renovation. More great ideas are in store for millions of her fans with this large episode order.”
For now, you can catch up or start watching the first and sophomore seasons of the show as you wait for season three.
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About No Demo Reno TV Show
Designer and social media creator Jenn Todryk - whose popular Instagram account @theramblingredhead boasts a passionate and growing following of more than one million - will return for a 10-episode sophomore season of HGTV's breakout hit series No Demo Reno. The freshman run of No Demo Reno attracted more than 25.1 million viewers and ranks as a top 5 new unscripted series across cable among W25-54 this year. On Instagram, Jenn's fans love her hilarious and relatable take on motherhood as well as her savvy advice on home design, fashion and beauty, and, in No Demo Reno, they see her tear down the notion that major demolition is always necessary to create whole-home transformations. During the series, Jenn and her team combine clever design solutions and cost-saving ideas to create stunning home overhauls for clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area - often without removing walls or tackling large-scale demo. The new episodes are slated to premiere in summer 2022.
"Jenn has built her incredible Instagram following by being authentic, fun, funny and resourceful and, after only one season of No Demo Reno, she already has captured a dedicated audience of millions on HGTV," said Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming Home Content, Discovery, Inc. "The show gives her fans a way to dig deeper and see more of Jenn's sparkle while spotlighting her busy family life and her affordable, achievable home renovation ideas. There is so much more to come in season two!"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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