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Renewals round-up: “Elbow Room,” “Flipping Out”

Property shows form the main thrust of this week's renewals round-up, with U.S. net Bravo giving a sixth season greenlight to Flipping Out (pictured), and HGTV renewing half a dozen series, including Elbow Room and Million Dollar Rooms.
July 20, 2012

Property shows form the main thrust of this week’s renewals round-up, with U.S. net Bravo giving a sixth season greenlight to Flipping Out (pictured), and HGTV renewing half a dozen series, including Elbow Room and Million Dollar Rooms.

Elbow Room stars contractor Chip Wade who transforms homes with customized renovations to fit the homeowners’ needs, while Million Dollar Rooms, hosted by Carter Oosterhouse, features unique multimillion dollar spaces from around the globe.

HGTV has also renewed I Want That, a series that spotlights outrageous innovations and home trends for modern living; Going Yard, in which landscape professional Chris Lambton and wife Peyton  transform neglected backyards; and Kitchen Cousins, in which Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri remodel kitchens.

The network picked up an additional four special one-hour episodes of Celebrities at Home, which features entertainment reporter and series executive producer Nancy O’Dell as she tours famous people’s homes.

Elsewhere, U.S. net Bravo has slated a sixth season of its property docu-series Flipping Out to air September 4 at 9 p.m. EST. The show follows designer Jeff Lewis and his team, and is produced by Authentic Entertainment, with Lauren Lexton, Tom Rogan and Andrew Hoegl serving as executive producers.

Finally, on a non-property note, A&E’s has set an August 13 air date for the return of its Emmy Award-winning series Intervention and its Emmy-nominated series Hoarders.

Screaming Flea Productions’ Hoarders, now in its sixth season, will kick off proceedings at 9 p.m. EST, with the first episode of the 13th season of GRB Entertainment’s Intervention‘s following at 10 p.m.

 

 

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