HGTV PICKS UP SECOND SEASONS OF ‘UNSELLABLE HOUSES’ AND ‘100 DAY DREAM HOME’
HGTV has ordered new episodes of two more first-year series – Unsellable Houses and 100 Day Dream Home. Both series join the network’s expanding roster of strong ratings performers launched less than a year ago, including Celebrity IOU and Fixer to Fabulous. After attracting more than 18 million total viewers in its first season, Unsellable Houses has been renewed for 13 episodes slated to premiere in early 2021. The series stars sisters Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis – who are among the top-selling real estate agents in the Pacific Northwest – as they help struggling homeowners sell their seemingly unsellable homes in record time. 100 Day Dream Home, which reached more than 14 million total viewers in season one, has been picked up for eight episodes that will premiere in late 2020. The new season will continue to spotlight husband-wife team Brian and Mika Kleinschmidt who help clients create their perfect custom home in Tampa, Florida, in 100 days or less.
“Every day we keep the HGTV team focused on finding and cultivating expert personalities so that we can create shows that have a fresh twist,” said Jane Latman, president, HGTV. “Unsellable Houses and 100 Day Dream Home attracted a significant number of viewers after just one season and that is a big win for the HGTV pipeline.”
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HGTV ORDERS MORE THAN 30 NEW EPISODES OF THREE POPULAR SERIES
New Seasons of Unsellable Houses, Everything But the House and Inside Out Set to Premiere in 2022
With HGTV ordering more than 30 new episodes of Unsellable Houses, Everything But the House and Inside Out, three top-performing series are slated to return in 2022.
After attracting 32 million viewers to its sophomore run, Unsellable Houses, starring sisters and top-selling real estate agents Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis, will be back for 13 one-hour episodes. Set in the Pacific Northwest, the upcoming third season will showcase the pair as they help struggling homeowners sell their seemingly unsellable homes in record time. Unsellable Houses is produced by High Noon Entertainment.
Good Morning America host and star of the Emmy(R)-award winning competition series Flea Market Flip Lara Spencer will get the spotlight in 10 new half-hour episodes of Everything But the House. The series, which attracted 13.2 million viewers to its freshman season, will follow Lara and her team of expert appraisers who help homeowners clear out their houses and cash in on their clutter. Everything But the House is produced by High Noon Entertainment.
Inside Out, which drew 16.1 million viewers to its first season, was picked up for eight fresh one-hour episodes. Southern California home renovators Carmine Sabatella, a real estate agent and interior designer, and Mike Pyle, a landscape designer, will continue to vie for the biggest chunk of the reno budget to give their clients beautifully updated interiors and exteriors. Inside Out is produced by House8 Media.
"Our secret sauce is our ability to spot talented and inspiring experts who will appeal to viewers with their fresh, fun takes on real estate, renovation and all things related to home," said Jane Latman, president, HGTV & Streaming Home Content, Discovery, Inc. "Series like Unsellable Houses, Everything But the House and Inside Out are just the latest in a string of successes that helped us deliver more than 59 million viewers in the last quarter and this pick up order is a great way to validate and celebrate."
Top-selling real estate agents and twin sisters, Lyndsay Lamb and Leslie Davis return to assist homeowners who are struggling to sell their less-than-perfect homes in the new season of Unsellable Houses. Lyndsay, an expert in home renovation, design and staging, and Leslie, an expert in budget and negotiations, work together to turn homes in the Pacific Northwest from drab to fab, doing whatever it takes to make the sale in record time.
In the Season 3 opener, Lyndsay and Leslie will help their cousin, Jake, and his wife, Brittney, sell their seemingly unsellable property in Snohomish County that has left prospective buyers uninterested. With many spaces left patched up and unfinished, they transform this DIY-gone-wrong into a market-ready home.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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