FYI has renewed its reality series Tiny House Nation, the network said Wednesday.
The documentary series, which chronicles people who choose to live in small houses, increased the network’s primetime average up 37% in total viewers and 48% among adults 25-54 compared to BIO Channel’s year-to-date average prior to the network’s re-branding, according to network officials.
Season two of Tiny House Nation will begin production immediately on 13 hour-long episodes slated to premiere this winter, said the network.
The network’s new series, Tiny House Hunting, will debut this winter and will follow realtors helping to find mini homes for their clients.
“The tiny house movement is taking off across the country and we’re proud to be the first network to capture it,” said Gena McCarthy, senior vice president of programming and development for FYI in a statement. “FYI opened viewers’ eyes to the cultural phenomenon of dramatically downsizing with Tiny House Nation and we’ll delve deeper into that process with Tiny House Hunting.”
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