HGTV and DIY will add a combined seven new series to their lineups over the next few months, the network said Monday.
HGTV will add to its slate such shows as America’s Most Desperate Kitchens, starring cousins John Colaneri and Anthony Carrino (pictured) who renovate dilapidated kitchens; Log Cabin Living, in which couples ditch city living for a country escape; Shalina Joy Project, which follows a New Jersey teacher looking to transform a Victorian mansion into her home; and Real Estate Riches, which features real estate flipping couple Daniel Wiafe and Melinda.
On DIY, the network will add to its lineup The Treehouse Guys, which looks at treetop structures around the country; Miami Rehab, which revolves around a renovator with a keen eye for flipping houses; and First Time Flippers, which showcases the home renovation process from a beginner’s perspective.
“We’re hyper-focused on developing and producing series that give viewers fresh perspectives on popular home themes,” said Allison Page, general manager, HGTV and DIY Network in statement.
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